Emiliano Bosso may be lacking in experience but he certainly isn’t lacking in skills. The Argentinian goalkeeper made a name for himself in his team’s Sultan of Johor Cup debut last Sunday.
He may be an unknown name in Malaysian hockey but he was party to a shakeup in the Malaysian National Team.
The hopes are still alive for Malaysia in the Sultan of Johor Cup, thanks to a hard fought victory over Australia last night.
India took a giant step to make the final of the Sultan of Johor Cup by beating Argentina 3-2 in a pulstating encounter at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium.
Great Britain continued to lead the Sultan of Johor Cup standings when they drew 0-0 with Pakistan at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium.
Meor Muhamad Azuan Hasan’s experience will come in handy in helping Malaysia battle for honours at the Sultan of Johor Cup.
While teenagers of his age from his home state in Kedah would have opted for football, Azwar Rahman is a unique auditee in that he chose hockey as his passion.
Pakistan returns with stronger ambition as their skipper, Muhammad Dilber returns to play for the team after missing out on last year’s Sultan of Johor Cup.
Unlike most, Mohammad Ridzwan Azmi states that he prefers looking at the bigger picture instead of single-mindedly focusing on claiming the glory of victory.
Muhd Najmi Farizal Jazlan isn’t one to be intimidated easily and is confident that Malaysia will do well in this year’s Sultan of Johor Cup.