Tigers Stopped On Home Ground


Do not despair over spilt milk. The game is over for Malaysia after losing due to an aggregate of 6-4. Our World Cup Dream quashed by our own neighbour. The sign of walking out of the running was seen during the away match at Jalan Besar Stadium when our team was gunned 4 goals in the first half, something that should not have happen. 

One down and still there is another Olympic qualifier team in the running.

Eventhough the team lost, and hope of the fans who throng the National Stadium at Bukit Jalil shattered, but football in Malaysia still persist. The players had given their all out but we lost to a better team. Hats off to the players, coach and FAM.

I was at Bukit Jalil and witness the turnout. The stadium was filled to full capacity. There are still fans with ticlets queing at the gates when the stadium is already full. It was not a scene we use to see when Malaysia play any team in the past. The fever is there.

These are sights at Bukit Jalil in the evening before the match.

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See, even foreigners come in Malaysian colours to support the team.


A group of Sikh supporters


Author: atok zaha

I am just a small blogger writing about sports, travel and lifestyle and turned into a social media influencer. Will undertake to accept write up invitations. to blog and to share on my social media platforms,

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