Coach Sarjit admits to gulf in standard against Kiwis


Hot on his heels: Malaysia’s Faizal Saari dribbles the ball past three New Zealand defenders during their 3rd-4th placing playoff match in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. — RONNIE CHIN/The Star

IPOH: National hockey team coach Sarjit Singh admits there is a gap in standard between Malaysia and New Zealand.

Yesterday, Malaysia went down 2-3 to the Paris Olympic Games-bound team in the third-place playoff at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh despite putting up a good show.

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