Sticking to his passion is finally paying off for new Speedy Tiger Rahull

High five to that: Nur Rahull Hrsikesa Thaitchana Muruthi (left) is relishing the opportunity of playing for the Speedy Tigers at the Nations Cup in Poland. — MHC

PETALING JAYA: Age has not stopped Nur Rahull Hrsikesa Thaitchana Muruthi from continuously seeking the opportunity to play for the Speedy Tigers and at 26, the striker is just one step away from earning his maiden international cap at the Nations Cup in Poland from May 31-June 8.

Few coaches would actually offer him a first time opportunity to see action on the international stage but national team supremo Sarjit Singh has bucked the trend by giving the Penang-born player a rare shot at playing for the Tigers.

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