Malaysia finish fifth, Bangladesh sixth

Updated: 20 July 2008 11:40 IST

Malaysia defeated Bangladesh by a solitary goal to finish fifth in the ongoing sixth Asian Junior Men's Hockey Championships.

Hyderabad:

Malaysia defeated Bangladesh by a solitary goal to finish fifth in the ongoing sixth Asian Junior Men's Hockey Championships at the Gachibowli stadium.

Malaysian captain Ahmad Kazamirul Nasruddin scored the lone goal through a penalty corner in the 69th minute.

In another match, Oman beat Singapore 5-1 for the seventh place, while Singapore finished last in the eight-nation tournament.

It was Singapore who took the lead through Muhammad Sabri Yuhari in the 10th minute but then Oman players dominated and did not give any chance to opponents.

Yasir Jan Al Balushi (15th and 63rd) and Basim Rajab (61st and 66th minute) scored two goals each while Salah Al-Saadi scored one goal in the 33rd minute.

Topics : Hockey Cricket
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