Defender Najmi finds his new field of dreams in indoor hockey


Thumbs up: Najmi Farizal Jazlan (left) and MHC vice-president S. Ganesh arriving at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 in Sepang. — MHC

SEPANG: Destiny has altered the career path of defender Najmi Farizal Jazlan from field hockey to the indoor game but the former Speedy Tiger is not complaining.

Najmi had played an instrumental role as the captain by guiding Malaysia to the Indoor World Cup for the first time after they finished runners-up in the Indoor Asia Cup in Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan, on Sunday.

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