It’s either seventh or eighth spot for Speedy Tigers after narrow loss to Koreans


Faizal Saari scored two goals against South Korea yesterday. Credit - FIH

PETALING JAYA: The national hockey team will have to settle for either seventh or eighth place at the Nations Cup after losing their classification match against South Korea yesterday.

In the crossover match for the fifth and sixth placing fixture, the Speedy Tigers fell 3-4 to South Korea at the Hockey Stadium in Gniezno, Poland.

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