Poor finishing results in 1-0 defeat for Pakistan against Malaysia
Pakistan endured their fourth straight annihilation at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup as hosts Malaysia edged off to a 1-0 win over Mohammad Imran’s side on Wednesday.
Malaysia captain Mohammad Razie Rahim changed over a punishment corner on the third moment which sufficiently demonstrated for them.
Later their goalkeeper Hairi Abdul Rahman spared the day for them as Pakistan ceaselessly dispatched assaults however needed self-restraint before the objective.
Pakistan’s last misfortune against Malaysia before Wednesday’s annihilation came in 2013 at the World Hockey League semi-last.
A day prior India gave Pakistan a 5-1 annihilation and imprint their prospects of a platform complete in the competition.
For Pakistan, the adversaries changed however the outcome was as dooming as their past two misfortunes where they were beaten 4-0 and 5-3 by Australia and New Zealand separately.
Pakistan are as of now put at the sixth spot on the table and with one more amusement to play against Japan, they require an emotional turnaround to guarantee a third fourth place bronze award playoff.