Malaysia registered their second win in as any matches when they came from a goal down to defeat Oman 4-1 at the AHF Champions Trophy in Doha.
But while the win was welcomed, the fact that Malaysia conceded the first goal and took 23 minutes to get onto the score sheet must surely be of concern to national coach Paul Revington.
Oman opened scoring in the 16th minute through Bait Jandal who converted a penalty corner.
Faisal Saari put Malaysia on level terms in the 23rd minute, also from a penalty corner before Mohd Razie Rahim made it 2-1 in favour of Malaysia in the 28th minute.
It was not till the final 10 minutes that Malaysia assured themselves of all 3 points with Razie scoring his second in the 62nd minute and Tengku Ahmad Tajuddin delivering the final blow to Oman in the 66th minute.
More details later in the day, good night Malaysia where ever you are...