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Malaysia make shameful start in India

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia got off to an embarrassing start in the Junior World Cup when they were humiliated 7-2 by Holland in a Group B match at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium in Lucknow, India.

Wallace Tan’s boys, a last-minute replacement for Pakistan who withdrew from the meet, were pathetic as they were outclassed by the speedy and physically powerful Dutch players.

What’s even more alarming was that the national juniors failed to make a single attempt at their opponents’ goal in the first 35 minutes yesterday.

Holland, the 2014 junior European champions, started aggressively from the first whistle but had to wait until the 19th minute to open the floodgates.

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Source : Internet

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