Malaysia’s team title drought in takraw drags on after loss to Thais

Net play: A Thailand player (red jersey) and a Malaysian player going for the ball during the team final of the Sepak Takraw World Cup at the Titiwangsa Stadium yesterday. — Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia failed to end their 33-year wait for glory after losing 1-2 to giants Thailand in the team final of the Sepak Takraw World Cup at the Titiwangsa Stadium.

The home defeat means the national squad failed to clinch a hattrick of wins, having emerged champions in the doubles and regu events by downing arch-rivals Thailand 2-0 in both finals on Wednesday.

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