Sunday, July 28, 2013

Belly Jenson Button...

 Flashing some flesh: Jessica Michibata wore a cropped top and a skirt with a revealing split as she and Jenson Button took a stroll in Hungary..

Malaysia hand win to Belgium..

Captain of the Belgium series Syamin Yusof exchanging memento before the first match. Pics by Mirnawan Nawawi.
THE Malaysian juniors lost to European junior champions  Belgium 3-2 after letting in a last minute penalty corner at  the Denetage Hockey Club in Antwerp on Saturday.
    The juniors are on a nine-match tour of Europe to prepare  for the Junior World Cup in New Delhi in December.
    The score was 2-2 with one minute left on the clock, when  Malaysia gave away a penalty corner which was duly tucked  in to hand Belgium a win in the first of the three-match  series.
     However, it was a good show from coach K. Dharmaraj’s  boys, as they went to Europe without five of their stalwarts  (Faiz Helmi, Izad Hakimi, Fitri Saari, Firhan Ashaari and  Meor Azuan) who are in training with the senior side for the  Asia Cup in Ipoh next month.
    As for Belgium, they were without two of their best, as they  were in training with the senior side for the European  Championships, which also doubles up as a World Cup  Qualifier.
     The Malaysian goals were scored by Syamim Yusof off a  penalty corner rebound in the third minute, and Zulhairi  Hashim off a 38th minute penalty corners.
    The Belgians scored in the 12th, 34th and 69th minutes.
     “We started aggressively knowing that Belgium are the  best in Europe at the moment, and forced a penalty corner in  the third minute. Zulhairi’s flick was saved but Syamin was  cooly tucked in the lead.
    “And off our third penalty corner (Malaysia had a total of  five while Belgium eight), Zullhairi flicked low to place the  ball between the goalkeeper and the post man for the  equaliser,” said team manager Mirnawan Nawawi.
     “Overall it was an encouraging display, as we could have  won the match but failed to convert a 66th minute penalty  corner and then let in a last minute goal instead.
     “We play another two matches against Belgium before  moving to England for another three matches, and they  players know that they must win both to steal the series from  the European champs,” said Mirnawan.
     Before Belgium, the juniors were in Poland where they  whipped the Polish juniors 7-0 and 8-2 and lost 3-0 to the  senior side.