Thursday, February 28, 2013

UniKL and SSTMI warm-up for fourth final...

THE second leg semi-finals of the Junior Hockey League Milo Cup are a foregone conclusion, as UniKL Young Guns and Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (SSTMI) look forward to playing in their fourth consecutive finals on Sunday.
    UniKL Young Guns beat SSTMI Juniors 6-0 while SSTMI hit eight goals past Anderson to turn the return legs into warm-ups for the big clash.
    UniKL won the first encounter in 2010, but lost the second and third to SSTMI.
    “There is nothing to worry about the return leg tomorrow (today), as we gave it all in the first by scoring eight goals. UniKL were also impressive over our sister school, and so I expect the final to be another cracker on Sunday,” said SSTMI coach Wan Roslan Wan Rahman.
    SSTMI travel  to Ipoh for the return leg, which might just turn into another whipping exercise if Wan Roslan decides to avenge their 3-2 defeat to Anderson in the League.
    As for UniKL coach K. Embaraj, there is no slowing down even with a six-goal cushion.
    “I’ve had bad experiences in the past to learn from, and so, I will not break my players momentum by asking them to slow sown in the second leg.
   “We will continue with the same structure and speed which saw us win 13-0 (in aggregate) in the two leg quarter-finals and also the 6-0 score in the semis.
   “I want my players to be psyched up for the final, as we don’t want to end up as bridesmaid for the third time,” said Embaraj.
    TODAY: Semi-finals (Second Leg): Andersons (0) v Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (8) (Azlan Shah Stadium, 5pm); SSTMI Juniors (0) v UniKL Young Guns (6) (Taman Daya, 5pm).
   Note: First Leg scores in parenthesis.

Baljit has to fight for his spot...

NATIONAL chief coach Paul Revington named 16 players for the Azlan Shah Cup on March 9-17, and conspicuously missing was defender Baljit Singh.
   However the defender, together with Amin Rahim and striker Ismail Abu will get a second chance to prove their worth when Revington pits his men against defending champions New Zealand on March 3 and 4 in Malacca.
    “I have only picked 16 players while two more will be included after the New Zealand friendlies in Malacca. The battle for spots is so intense that some of the regulars like Baljit and Amin will have to fight back for their positions,” said Revington.
   Hosts Malaysia will be up against India, Pakistan, South Korea, Australia and defending champions New Zealand in the 22nd Edition which might just turn out to be another nightmarish tournament for Malaysia.
   For the record, Malaysia were sixth out of seven teams in the last edition when we lost 3-2 to South Korea in the fifth-sixth placing match, while in 2011 the occupied the bottom spot in the seven-team tournament.
   The fixtures will see Malaysia play South Korea in the opening match, and the most recent result does not favour Malaysia.
    Malaysia beat Korea 4-2 in the group stages of the Champions Challenge I in Argentina in December last year, but received a 6-3 drubbing from the Koreans in the semi-finals.
    “I know I have said this many times before, but the target is still to improve in each match by going for a win. We need to keep doing this to improve our standings against much higher ranked sides which will assemble in Ipoh again,” said Revington.
   Australia are the raging favourites to clinch their seventh Azlan Shah Cup title when the dust settles in Ipoh, but nobody expects Revington’s charges to sink to the bottom again as Malaysia prepare for the World Hockey League and the Asia Cup which offers tickets to the World Cup in Netherlands next year.
   MALAYSIA: S. Kumar (gk), Roslan Jamaluddin (gk), Razie Rahim, Azlan Misron, Jivan Mohan, Faisal Saari, Faiz Helmi, Chua Boon Huat, Sukri Mutalib, Izad Hakimi, Fitri Saari, Shahrun Nabil, Azammi Adabi, Marhan Jalil, Nabil Fiqri, Tengku Ahmad Tajuddin.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Milo Cup return legs merely academic...

UNIKL Young Guns and Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (SSTMI) have virtually sealed a date in the final of the Junior Hockey League Milo Cup after convincing wins in the first leg semi-finals yesterday.
  UniKL hammered SSTMI Juniors 6-0 at the National Hockey Stadium, while SSTMI whitewashed Anderson 8-0 at the Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru.
  The return leg semi-finals will be held on Friday, but it would be purely academic as both UniKL and SSTMI are poised to meet in their fourth consecutive Milo Cup final.
  UniKL got their goals off Hafif Elkan (14th, 28th, 59th), Syafiq Zulzairin (17th, 61st) and Syafiq Sumantri (43rd).
  As for SSTMI, their goals were scored by Mohamed Amiruddin (13th), Amirul Aidid (17th, 41st), Shaaril Saabah (27th), Zizie Azwan (35th), Hafiz Seleman (45th, 50th) and Najib Abu Hassan (68th).
  "Im very happy with the big win and it is surely a boost for us as my players pick up the pace in the knock-out stages.
  "There was good team effort in both the quarter-finals as well as today (yesterday) and that is what I am looking from my players," said UniKL coach K. Embaraj.
  RESULTS: Semi-finals (First Leg): Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School 8 Andersons 0; UniKL 6 SSTMI Juniors 0.
  FRIDAY: Semi-finals (Second Leg): Andersons v Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (Azlan Shah Stadium, 5pm); SSTMI Juniors v UniKL (Taman Daya, 5pm).   

FIH offer to elevate game..

THE International Hockey Federation (FIH) has offered Malaysia to host at least one international tournament every year, as the parent body look towards elevating the standard of the game in this region.
  This was announced by their president Leandro Negre at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur yesterday, who paid tribute to the MHC for always being on had to take over tournaments which other countries decline at the eleventh hour.
  "When Germany withdrew as hosts (from the World Hockey League semi-finals), the FIH called MHC and they had no hesitation to offer themselves as hosts," said Negre.
   "Also, when in the past we had to find a replacement host for the Champions Trophy due to the reluctance of teams to go to Pakistan, it was Malaysia that helped saved the day as well.
  "In the past we have had this arrangement of hosting at least one event with India and Netherlands. And from next year Malaysia will be included as well. It is not because they rescued us but also the fact that this country has tremendous facilities for hockey."
   The semis of the World Hockey League to be held on June 29 to July 7 in Johor Baru and will feature Germany, South Korea, Pakistan, England and Malaysia. Three other teams will be determined by the FIH after the Round Two competition comes to an end.
  Malaysia is bidding to host the 2014 Champions Challenge 1 and going by what Negre revealed, they should have no problems securing the tournament when a decision is made by the FIH this September.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Out-dia become In-dia after five hours..

Contrary to news reports filtering out of India, it can now be confirmed that India will participate in the 22nd edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup that commences on March 9 at the Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh.
The confirmation that Hockey India has resolved its issues with the Government of India was made via an email sewnt by Elena Norman, the Chief Executive of Hockey India to the Malaysian Hockey Confederation minutes ago.
The email reads as follows:
"We have just received confirmation from the Government of India, that the necessary financial sanction of the team has been received.
"As such the Senior Men National Hockey Team shall be participating in the 22nd Sultan of Azlan Shah tournament starting from 9 – 17 March 2013.
"The team will be arriving as scheduled on 3 March 2013, and we apologise any inconvenience caused."
Elena Norman
Chief Executive Officer
Hockey India.
Earlier there was news that Hockey India had issued a Press Release stating that they were withdrawing from the tournament.
"We are relieved that India will be coming and are happy that things worked out well in the end. It was a worrying few hours for us and I thank Hockey India and the Government of India for kindly agreeing to send their team," said Dato Abdul Rahim Md Ariff, the Chairman of the Organising Committee and Malaysian Hockey Confederation Vice President.

In-dia Out-dia from Azlan Shah Cup..

FIVE-TIME champions India have pulled out of the Azlan Shah Cup which will be held in Ipoh on March 9-17.
  And the
  Because Sports Authority of India (SAI) refused to bear the travel expenditure of the national team, which would come up to a mere US14,000.
  The organisers of the Azlan Shah Cup bear the cost of food and lodging.
  India had confirmed their entry, and the fixtures have already been drawn up so if they stick to their guns, the tournament will become a five-team event with Malaysia, Pakistan, Australia, South Korea and New Zealand making the cast.
  Hockey India, the governing body, had sent out a press statement regarding the matter.
   Times of India said: "We have withdrawn the national team from the Azlan Shah Cup after the government refused to bear the to and fro airfares stating that we have exceeded the budget," a reliable source said on conditions of anonymity.
  "It is an unfortunate incident as it is the SAI who has given us the go-ahead to hold the national camp for this tournament here. And now they are saying no.."
  India were supposed to fly in this Saturday.

SSTMI Thunderbolts stand a better chance..

TWO JOHOR teams will be out to create history in the Junior Hockey League Milo Cup Semi-finals today, but only one of the Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School side is expected to cruise into the final.
  SSTMI Juniors will find the going tough, as they will face UniKL Young Guns in the first leg semi-finals today, while it would be relatively easier for their sister side SSTMI who will meet Anderson of Ipoh in the two leg semi-finals.
  If history is to be used as yardstick, then UniKL are going to cruise into the semis as they beat SSTMI Juniors 6-2 in the League.
  And on the same yardstick, Anderson had beaten SSTMI 3-2 in the League, to become the only side that had taken three points off the Johor school in the last three seasons.
  But it would be foolish to judge the semi-finals using history, as SSTMI went on the win the League title, while SSTMI Juniors held off Division One runners-up Petaling Jaya City Council on 8-7 aggregate to reach this stage.
  The formbook was torn to pieces, as both the Sports Schools have shown that they have gritty players.
  "Eventhough we expected to meet PJCC in the semifinals, and were planning to avenge our 0-1 defeat to them in the league, SSTMI Juniors sprung a surprise to book a date with us," said UniKL Hockey Club acting president Amir Azhar Ibrahim.
   However, Amir cautioned his side: "SSTMI Juniors have come a long way since we beat them in the League, and they can challenge UniKL in every department as they did to PJCC in the quarters.
  "I expect them to come fully prepared to face the Young Guns as they also enjoy the vast experience and tactical knowledge of Tenaga Nasional coaching setup as what their senior team receive.
  "We are aware of that and will have the full squad (suspension and injury free) ready for the challenge in the home leg tomorrow (today). We will try to capitalise on the home turf advantage before we travel to Johor on Friday for the return leg".
  As for SSTMI coach  Wan Roslan Wan Rahman, the shock defeat to Anderson in the League is nothing to worry about as the teams face each other on a new frontier.
  "That (the defeat) was when we were bogged down by travel fatigue and playing non stop as the fixtures were drawn up in such a way. Also, we did not have two key players who were injured then.
  "However, my side are ready for a home run as the injured players have recovered, and we are fresh after a good rest," said Wan Roslan.
  TODAY: Semi-finals (First Leg): Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School v Andersons (Taman Daya, 5pm); UniKL v SSTMI Juniors (National Stadium Pitch II, 5pm).
    FRIDAY: Semi-finals (Second Leg): Andersons v Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (Azlan Shah Stadium, 5pm); SSTMI Juniors v UniKL (Taman Daya, 5pm). 

Monday, February 25, 2013

PJCC protest thrown out...

Petaling Jaya City Council’s protest against umpiring in their second leg quarter-finals against Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School Juniors was thrown out by the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) Technical Committee yesterday.
    PJCC, who lost 3-4 in the first leg, were held 4-4 in the return leg and SSTMI Juniors moved into the semi-finals on an 8-7 aggregate.
    “After deliberating on the protest by PJCC and taking into account the International Hockey Federation’s rules, we have rejected the protest and the result stays,” said MHC Competitions Committee chairman M. Gobinathan
    The FIH rule is clear on protests against umpires and reads: “... a protest from a decision of an Umpire or Video Umpire during a match may not be made to or considered by the Tournament Director.”
     However, the Technical Committee decided to give back PJCC the RM500 needed to place the protest.
    WEDNESDY -- Semi-finals (First Leg): Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School v Andersons (Taman Daya, 5pm); UniKL v SSTMI Juniors (National Stadium Pitch II, 5pm).
    FRIDAY: Semi-finals (Second Leg): Andersons v Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (Azlan Shah Stadium, 5pm); SSTMI Juniors v UniKL (Taman Daya, 5pm).

Nasihin's women look forward to Asia Cup...

THE Malaysian women’s hockey team fell by the wayside in Round Two of the World League, but still have the Asia Cup in Ipoh to make a dash into the World Cup.
   India and Japan, who Malaysia lost 3-0 and 4-0 respectively, moved into the Semi-finals of the World League, while third-placed Malaysia were left ruing their missed sitters.
   Coach Nasihin Nubli’s charges, ranked 22nd in the world, actually defied the odds to beat Russia and Kazakhstan by 3-1 margins, and then hammered Fiji 12-0.
    Siti Rahmah Othman was also adjudged as “The best Striker’ of the tournament, and she will be the player to watch in the Asia Cup.
   “We fell at the last hurdle, but the experience of playing in New Delhi will be carried onto the pitch when we play in the Asia Cup, where another door to the World Cup is awaiting,” said an optimistic Nasihin, a former International goalkeeper himself.
    The down fall against Japan was when goalkeeper Farah Ayuni Yahya turned her back towards the ball and started arguing with the umpire claiming that the ball had hit a Japanese players foot.
    “That was the mistake of the match, as the Japanese striker (Ayaka Nishimura) finished into an open goal-mouth as the Malaysian defence stopped, expecting a free hit to be given.
    “However, after that, everybody played well but when defender Noor Hasliza (Ali) picked up an injury, and had to be replaced, things became difficult .
   “Nadia (Abdul Rahman, skipper) had to play defensive, and we lost the connection to attack.
    “But all is not lost, as experience has made my charges tougher, and I am confident of a better result in the Asia Cup,” said Nasihin.


Malaysian Juniors on Seventh heaven...

   Bangalore: 7th Match Score: Malaysian Jnrs 4 Meg A Hockey Team 3.
   The Malaysian juniors have won all seven matches in India...
   Scorers - Zulhairi Hashim 2 (PC), Akmal Ghaffar 1 (PC), Fitri Saari 1 (FG)

Sunday, February 24, 2013

SSTMI Juniors roll into semi-finals..

  RESULTS: Quarter-finals (second leg):
   KL Sports School 1 Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School 5
    (SSTMI win 9-1 on aggregate)
    Kelantan 2 Anderson 4
   (Anderson win 9-3 on aggregate)
    Malacca High School 0 UniKL Young Guns 6
   (UniKL win 13-0 on aggregate)
    SSTMI Juniors 4 Petaling Jaya CC 4
    (SSTMI Juniors win 8-7 on aggregate)

TENGKU Mahkota Ismail Sports School Juniors caused the biggest upset of the Junior Hockey League Milo Cup quarter-finals when they beat Petaling Jaya City Council 8-7 on aggregate.

    SSTMI Juniors took a 4-3 lead in the first leg, and yesterday held the Division One runners-up 4-4 at the Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru to coast into the semi-finals where they will play UniKL Young Guns.
   However, even after 70 minutes, the drama will continue today as PJCC have submitted a protest to the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) Competitions Committee, with RM500, as they are unhappy with how one of the goals was scored.
   MHC Competitions Committee chairman M. Gobinathan confirmed that PJCC have placed a protest: PJCC are unhappy with the umpiring side of the match and have put in a protest at the end of the match today (yesterday) and so the technical committee will meet tomorrow (today) to deliberate on the matter.”
   UniKL romped into the semi-finals on a 13-0 aggregate, after they slammed six goals past Malacca High Schol yesterday.
   League champions Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School also had an easy last-eight, as they beat Kuala Lumpur Sports School 5-1 yesterday for a 9-1 aggregate win.
    SSTMI will play Anderson of Ipoh in the last four, as Anderson beat Kelantan 4-2 for a 9-3 aggregate win,
   The SSTMI goals were scored by Sufi Ismat, (8th, 63rd), Shahrusahadan Basri (12th), Shahril Saabah (34th), and Aminuddin Zain (48th). The KLSS goal was scored by Khairul Amirin Jalil in the 14th minute.



Malaysian women fall at last hurdle..

JAPAN beat Malaysia 4-0 yesterday in New Delhi to qualify for the Semi-finals Round of the World Hockey League.
   The Malaysian women, ranked 22nd in the world, never stood a chance against the ninth ranked Japanese who opened scoring in the 31st minute, and then slammed in three more goals in the second half.
    Malaysia played well in the tournament to beat Russia and Kazakhstan by 3-1 margins, ans slammed Fiji 12-0; but lost to India 3-0.

Malaysai remain unbeaten after 6 matches...

Bangalore: 6th Match Score: Mas Jnrs 3 Directories of Youth Services 1. Fitri Saari 1 (FG), Rashid Baharom 1 (FG), Hafiz Zainol 1 (FG)
    Scorers - Fitri Saari 1 (FG), Rashid Baharom 1 (FG), Hafiz Zainol 1 (FG)
   Next Game: Unbeaten after six games -- Msian Jnrs vs Meg A Hockey Team.  

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Malaysia in for a rough ride...

THE Azlan Shah Cup received an RM1.7 million boost yesterday, as the the longest running international hockey event in the world enters its 22nd Edition.
   Incepted in 1983, the tournament will be held in Ipoh on March 9-17 with Australia as the raging favourites to lift their sixth title.
   Defending champions New Zealand, who beat Argentina 1-0 in the final last year, Pakistan, India, South Korea and hosts Malaysia are the other casts for the Six-Nation.
    Raja Muda Perak Raja Nazrin Shah was present to receive the contributions from sponsors in Kuala Lumpur. Yayasan Sultan Azlan Shah, represented by Raja Datuk Seri Eleena Sultan Azlan Shah, handed the highest amount of RM500,000.
   Also present was Tan Sri P. Alagendra, the secretary seneral of the Asian Hockey Federation.
     National coach Paul Revington will have his hands full as he attempts to take Malaysia to a better finish than the sixth last year, and seventh the year before.
    “We have had a good couple of weeks of training and recent games against Ireland to prepare for the Azlan Shah Cup. It is always nice to have games at the end of a training phase and I think both Ireland and New Zealand (end of the month) games are well timed for us.
    “And I will be looking for results, which means I will be pushing for improvement in performance in every match,” said the South African.
   Revington sees Australia as the raging favourites to claim a record sixth Azlan Shah Cup title.
     “Australia are always highly competitive no matter what players they bring to an event. Their depth of talent is well known and they will arrive as favourites for the title.
   “Pakistan and India are experiencing an upward curve in performance, which is healthy for the international game. While Korea and New Zealand are both arriving with new coaches and with teams that have produced consistently strong performances in recent years.”
    “We will name 16 players on Thursday before the New Zealand games - with two final places possibly being announced after the NZ games,” said Revington.

Beat Japan, or bust for Nasihin's ladies...

THE Malaysian women’s hockey team must beat Japan in Round Two of the World League in New Delhi, India, today.
   Coach Nasihin Nubli and his charges were left with only one option to qualify for the Semi-Finals stage for a shot at playing in the World Cup.
   Their task was made difficult after Japan held India to a 2-2 draw and then beat them 3-2 in the penalty shoot-out which left both sides with 10 points each with a match to spare.
   Malaysia, who have nine points from three wins, fell behind as the tournament has a unique format where every match must produce a winner.
   And if there is a draw, a penalty shoot out is conducted where the winners collect two points and the losers one point.
   Japan, who has two wins and two draws, won both their shoot-outs and this has given them the edge even though Malaysia have won three matches.
   And after beating Fiji 12-0 on Saturday, Nasihin said: “The big win has set up the mood to challenge Japan, and I am confident we will not disappoint.”

Friday, February 22, 2013

Mas women hammer Fiji 12-0!

THE Malaysian women's hockey team beat Fiji 12-0 for a total of nine points in Round Two of the World League in New Delhi, India, yesterday.
  The women now only need to beat Japan tomorrow to cement their spot in the semi-finals of the World League, which offers a ticket to the World Cup.
  Malaysia had already beaten Russia 3-1 and Kazakhstan 3-1, while their only blemish was a 3-0 defeat to India.

SSTMI and UniKL on a roll...

LEAGUE champions Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (SSTMI) virtually sealed their semi-finals spot when they hammered Kuala Lumpur Sports School 4-0 in fir first leg quarter-finals of the Milo Cup yesterday.
  The upset of the day was claimed by Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School Juniors who beat Division One runners-up Petaling Jaya City Council 4-3.
  UniKL Young Guns were also in a mean mood as they whitewashed Malacca High School 7-0 to make the return leg in Sunday a mere formality.
  In the other quarter-finals, Anderson of Ipoh beat Division Two runners-up Kelantan 5-1.
  SSTMI coach Wan Roslan Wan Rahman could not have asked for a better show from his charges: "Considering that KLSS completed their Division Two fixtures without losing, we expected to have a tough time against them.
  "However, my players took control of the match from the start, and with a four-goal cushion, the return leg would be much easier to play."
  The double champions have claimed one silverware, and are heading towards the Milo Cup on a steady note.
  "It was a small step towards our goal of retaining the Milo Cup, and hopefully, the players continue this momentum in the semis as well as the final," said Wan Roslan.
  SSTMI got their goals off Azril Misron (13), Ahmad Ashraf Alias (33rd), Azwar Abdul Rahman (38th) and Hafiz Seleman (54th).
   As for UniKL Young Guns, their seven were scored by Haziq Samsul (second, 67th), Syafiq Zulzairin (30th), Rafizul Ezry (42nd), Norsyafiq Sumantri (50th), Hafifi Elkan (62nd), Syafiq Zulzairin (64th).
  As for SSTMI Juniors, Firdaus Musa (17th), Danial Asyraf (40th, 44th), Luqman Nur Hakim (49th) caused the upset, while PJCC narrowed the gap for a shot at the ereturn leg via Hafify Rodzi (30th), Shahiram Zali (65th) and an own goal in the 58th minute.
  RESULTS: Quarter-finals (first leg): Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School 4 KL Sports School 0; Anderson 5 Kelantan 1; UniKL Young Guns 7 Malacca High School 0; Petaling Jaya CC 3 SSTMI Juniors 4.
  TOMORROW: Quarter-finals (second leg): KL Sports School v Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (Ministry of Education, 5pm); Kelantan v Anderson (Terengganu, 5pm); Malacca High School v UniKL Young Guns  (Bukit Serindit, 5pm); SSTMI Juniors v Petaling Jaya CC (Taman Daya, 5pm).

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Malaysian women march on...

THE Malaysian women beat Kazakstan 3-1 to keep their  hopes alive in Round Two of the World Hockey League in New  Delhi, India, yesterday.
    Malaysia had started the tournament by beating Russia  also 3-1, but then went down to favourites India 3-0.
   The win yesterday was made possible with goals from Siti  Noor Amarina Ruhani (fourth), Norhasikin Halim (27th) and  Nor Azlin Sumantri (33rd). The Kazahstan goal was scored  by Verain Domashneva  the 68th minute.
    Today, Nasihin Nubli’s charges play Fiji, where they are  almost assured of three points, making the match against  Japan on Sunday the decider for Malaysia.
    Japan showed their weak side when they had to come from  behind to hold Russia 1-1, and narrowly winning the penalty  shoot-out 3-2.
   The World League is a unique tournament where there  must be a winner in every match, and a draw will see a  penalty shoot-out coming into place.
   India and Japan play today, and if there is an upset of the  hosts, then the Malaysia’s chances of becoming one of the two  teams to advance to the semi-finals much more brighter.
     “Out initial goal was to go for three points by scoring early  and then pressing for more goal, but after coring all three in  the first half, my players kept on missing sitters,” lamented  Nasihin.
    He was upset with some of his regulars for being off form,  but the bench saved Malaysia in the second half.
   “I am upset with few our main players for not playing to the  mark but our bench players, especially Norizaidah (Ibrahim)  and Fatin (Shafika) played really well to cover them.
   “Against Fiji, we need to score as many as possible to be in  the right frame of mind before we complete the fixtures  against Japan,” said Nasihin.

Malaysai 3 Kazakhstan 1 in FIH pictures...

India 3 Malaysia 0 in FIH pictures

Russia 1 Malaysia 3 in FIH pictures