,Prime Minister I *** ail Sabri (centre) cheers the Harimau Malaya team on with every goal scored. – I *** ail Sabri Facebook pic, June 15, 2022.新2备用网址（www.hg108.vip）是一个开放新2网址即时比分、新2网址代理最新登录线路、新2网址会员最新登录线路、新2网址代理APP下载、新2网址会员APP下载、新2网址线路APP下载、新2网址电脑版下载、新2网址手机版下载的新2新现金网平台。新2网址登录线路最新、新2皇冠网址更新最快,皇冠体育APP开放皇冠会员注册、皇冠代理开户等业务。
PRIME Minister I *** ail Sabri Yaakob praised and congratulated the Harimau Malaya squad on their qualification to the 2023 Asian Cup finals, ending the 43-year wait to compete in the finals of the prestigious tournament.
The prime minister expressed his pride in the national squad, who fought till the final whistle to down Bangladesh 4-1 in their final Group E match of the 2023 Asian Cup qualifiers at Bukit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur last night.
“Malaysia has created history! Congratulations also to our diehard supporters. We will continue our quest at the 2023 Asian Cup!,” the prime minister posted on his Facebook page.
I *** ail Sabri, who watched the match, cheered the team on with every goal scored.
He also said that their performance last night was very good and satisfying.
When met by reporters after the match, I *** ail Sabri said he was grateful for the victory, and thanked the hardworking players who fought for the win.
He also thanked Malaysian fans, both at the stadium and those watching from home, who continued to support the national team.
“I pray that after the qualifiers, we can surprise all Malaysians by succeeding at the Asia Cup finals,” he said.
Malaysia has finally qualified by merit for the 2023 Asian Cup finals after trying for over four decades.
Muhammad Safawi Rasid, Dion Cools, Muhammad Syafiq Ahmad and substitute Darren Lok scored the four goals for Malaysia tonight while Bangladesh’s solitary goal came from Mohammad Ibrahim.
The last time Malaysia made an appearance at the Asian Cup finals was in 2007 as joint hosts, having failed for 42 years to qualify on merit since 1980 in Kuwait.
That came to an end tonight with Malaysia’s 4-1 victory. – Bernama, June 15, 2022.