SEA Games: Netizens continue to question Malaysia’s ‘sportsmanship’ after women’s hockey match with Singapore

SINGAPORE — Online uproar over an incident during a women’s hockey match between Malaysia and Singapore last Wednesday (Aug 23) has continued to stir after a Facebook post from the Malaysian side seemingly highlighted their player’s “sportsmanship” after the match.

During the round-robin match, Singapore’s Nur Syaheeza Muhd Jefri appeared to have been hit in the head with a hockey stick by a Malaysian player as she backpedalled to defend her goal.

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