The Malaysian women scored an emphatic 12-0 win over the Singapore women on Sunday at the FIH Series Finals tournament in Banbridge.
It was a superlative performance by the Malaysian womens team as they dominated proceedings throughout the match and recorded the biggest margin of the day.
The first goal of this match set the tone of what to expect. Malaysia’s Hanis Onn raced solo from the half-line and beat couple of defenders to open Malaysia’s account. Onn’s goal would be considered as one of the better goals of the tournament.
What followed was a flurry of goals by the team in white as they left no stone unturned to better their Goal difference ahead of their next match against Czech Republic.
Malaysia’s Nuraini Rashid showed her prowess as she converted three penalty corners with her powerful drag flicks.
Malaysia’s dominance reflected not only in the scoreline (12-0) but also in the amount of possession they held and number of opportunities they allowed Singapore to enter their circle or have a shot on the goal.
Malaysia’s Nuraini Rashid said she was pleased with the win.
“I am really happy that I scored three goals today and it gives me confidence that I can score more goals in the next match.” she said.
The Dharam Raj coached Malaysia now face Czech Republic on the 11th June.