Coach Sarjit blows his top after players lose their cool

No let-up: Malaysia’s Fitri Saari (right) vying for the ball with a Canada player during the Nations Cup match in Poland. — FIH

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia may have beaten Canada 4-2 for their first win at the Hockey Nations Cup on Wednesday but national head coach Sarjit Singh was not pleased as his players failed to keep their cool at the Hockey Stadium in Poland.

Despite the comfortable scoreline, Pakistan pipped Malaysia on a superior goal difference to join group B winners France into the knockout stage.

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