Malaysia U-23 National Team Tops Group B Standings at SEA Games 2021 After Destroying Laos, Young Malayan Tiger Coach Satisfied: Okezone Bola

NAM DINH – The coach of the Malaysia U-23 National Team, Brad Maloney, commented on the results of the match against the Laos U-23 National Team in the 2021 SEA Games Group B continued. He said he was satisfied with this victory, especially bringing the U-23 Malaysia National Team to the top of Group B standings.

As is known, the Young Malayan Tiger – the nickname of the U-23 Malaysia National Team – managed to frustrate the Laos U-23 National Team with a score of 3-1. The 2021 SEA Games Group B match will take place at Thien Truong Stadium, Wednesday 11 May 2022 at night WIB.

In the match, Timnas Malaysia U-23 scored through the brace of Luqman Hakim (36 ‘and 67’), as well as Muhammad Syahir Bashah (43 ‘). While Laos, they could only score one goal through Visith Bounpaserth (85 ‘).

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Given this positive result, Maloney said he was satisfied with the game his team played. Moreover, they have earned three full points and managed to become the leader of the group B standings.

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“Of course we are satisfied with the three points, first and foremost,” said Maloney, quoted from Bernama, Thursday (12/5/2022).

However, Maloney realized his team had difficulties in this match. Because Laos has a number of quality players.

“Laos gave us a tough fight because they have some very quality players,” added Maloney.

Even so, Maloney is still grateful to be able to experience that difficulty. Because, it becomes a race for foster children to play better.

“But, it’s good for us to take a step forward in this tournament. We managed to get the result we needed,” concluded Maloney.



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