Speedy Tigers’ meltdowns in second halves of Nations Cup matches a concern for Sarjit

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s new look hockey squad have had impressive starts in their matches at the Nations Cup but their tendency to let their guard down in the second half is a cause for concern for coach Sarjit Singh.

The Speedy Tigers would have finished in the top four if not for their frailties in the third and fourth quarters, and the 4-4 draw against Pakistan in their opening group match highlighted their shortcomings which proved costly later on in the competition.

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