Latest Sports News Valuable Experience for Malaysia Women’s Hockey Team

Latest Sports News Valuable Experience for Malaysia Women’s Hockey Team. The National Women’s Hockey special project team operator, Nasihin Nubli Ibrahim, admitted that his men gained valuable experience in their debut appearance at the 2022 Women’s Youth Hockey World Cup in Potchefstroom, South Africa. The national women’s special projects squad finished the campaign this time in 11th place. After beating Zimbabwe 7-2 in the 11/12th place play-off yesterday. According to Nasihin, his crew’s highest exp and exposure went well. And the players show improvement after improvement in every game.

“Today’s game, we really plan to give our best no matter what. At the start of the game, the players started off a bit chaotic and were nervous,” said the former national goalkeeper. He said Zimbabwe had fast strikers, so we set up a strategy to focus on the midfield. In the second quarter, we started scoring goals. The effort the players have shown is excellent and they give everything and follow a well-designed match structure. The players played quietly in the second half, created several chances, and scored goals. Thanks to the coaching staff who helped analyze the match and to the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) for trusting this young team.”

Malaysia Squad Wins

The match against Zimbabwe saw Malaysia first being surprised by the opponent’s early goal through a field goal which was completed by Tinodiwanashe Elijah in the second minute. But Siti Nur Arfah Mohd Nor equalized eight minutes later as a result of a field goal. Zimbabwe took the lead again thanks to Alexi Terblanche’s field goal, but the goal didn’t last long. Because the national team scored two goals in a row in the 22nd and 23rd minutes, thanks to Nur Insyirah Effarizal’s corner. And Nuramirah Shakirah Zulkifli’s penalty kick for Malaysia’s advantage. 3-2. Continuing the third quarter, Nasihin’s team continued to widen the goal difference. This time it was Nur Afiqah Syahzani Azhar’s turn to register his name as a goalscorer through field movement in the 39th minute. And Dayang Nuramirah Abang Mahadini ensured the advantage through a penalty corner. In the 41st minute, continued to produce networks for the countries.

National striker Nuramirah Shakirah Zulkifli scored her second personal goal of the match as a result of a field move. In the 48th minute before Khairunnisa Ayuni Mohd Shahruddin ensured Malaysia closed the inaugural campaign for the Young Women’s World Cup. With a stylish 7-2 win after completing a corner in the fourth minute. Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Spain, Russia, and China are unable to travel to Potchefstroom due to Covid-19 and political issues. And this benefits their successors. Placed in Group D, Malaysia was beaten by Germany (10-0) and India (4-0). But got a point in the 3-3 draw against Wales. In the classification round, Malaysia beat Uruguay 2-1 but lost to Ireland (2-1) before hammering Zimbabwe 7-2 to finish in 11th.

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