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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS

Going into the match against Canada, Malaysia knew it would be tough. The Canadians are physically stronger, and they play a mean game. The Malaysians had first hand experience through the three friendlies played upon the Canadians' arrival in the country prior to the tournament. According to Malaysian coach K. Dharmaraj, the Canadian style of play ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS

After a heavy defeat in the hands of Australia in their first game of the tournament, China has been springing surprise after surprise in all subsequent matches. It was no different when they played South Korea on Day 4 of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, although the young Chinese boys lost, but with a respectable scoreline ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS

Despite an impressive scoreline, in the first half of the game, Australia missed a lot of opportunities to score. The South Africans managed to hold off the mighty Aussies but their defence broke after 30 minutes. From then on, it was Australia all the way, scoring again at the 34th and 35th minute via Jamie ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup field hockey

As always, Malaysia can expect the local fans to push them harder, to perform better. Perform they did, coming into the second half with a 0-2 scoreline. The Koreans seemed to have taken things for granted, and looked as though they were contented with a 2-nil score, or perhaps they were just tired. Going into the match, ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup field hockey

Coming away from the game with a heavy defeat in the hands of the mighty Aussies, Canada admitted to taking home with them valuable lessons from the game. At a press conference prior to the commencement of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2014, Canada coach Anthony Farry had said that due to the country's geographical location, ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey

China bounced back from a 0 - 7 loss to world number 1 Australia the day earlier to stun South Africa. Scoring five goals in the first half of the game, from one penalty corner and four field goals, the South African boys seemed to have no answer for the young Chinese players. Chinese coach Cui Yingbiao ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey

Korea faced Canada on Day 2 of the 2014 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, international invitational men's field hockey tournament. South Korea, Asia Cup champions and World Cup qualifier, is ranked 7th in the world, while Canada is at 16th place. All action was in the first half of the game; the attacking Koreans seemed to have run ... continue reading »

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