Last night’s 0-2 defeat to Everton, virtually ended City’s challenge to defend the EPL’s crown. It must be an absolute disaster if ManU were to drop 15 points from now till May. Despite labouring to beat Reading, ManU still maintained their winning ways. The title is as good as theirs. Now ManU can afford to lose four times and still win the Championship. That is unthinkable isn’t it? When was the last time ManU lose four times in a row? Not in recent times though. The EPL might as well go to the Etihad stadium and start tying the red and white ribbons to the EPL trophy. Next week sneak the trophy to Old Trafford and unofficially hand it to them.
Fortunately, in rugby, Wales managed to beat England 30-3 to win the six nations Cup. What a performance. After a string of losses in the summer that culminated in 30-22 loss to Ireland, Wales managed to gather improvement momentum and won three next away matches and yesterday showed tremendous spirit to burst the England bubble. Now I am waiting and hoping Cardiff would be promoted. They already showing signs of nerves, their 12 points lead now cut down to five. With a few more months to go, I am really worried. It was like this for the past three seasons. Cardiff faltered at the final hurdle. Lets hope this time they would be able to replace QPR which I am quite certain would be relegated, more so with their 1-2 loss to Villa yesterday.
It was hearbreaking for the Malaysian hockey team to lose to Australia 2-3 in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. Malaysia relented the Australian wining goal with 4 seconds to go! Despite the heroics of S. Kumar to defend the Malaysia goal, he was beaten in the final seconds of the game. Somehow Malaysia start to lose concentration after Tengku Ahmad scored the equalizer. Instead of pressing ahead, the goal seemed to weaken Malaysia and they were punished with that heart breaking goal. The sight of a devastated Kumar after the final horn was blown was enough to tell the disappointment of the Malaysian team. Once again we fail to win the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. Anyway, some sort of praise should be given to Paul Revington for taking the team to the final. Australia have won the tournament seven times and a firm favourite. We were the wooden spoonist last year. The team looks promising.
And finally shall I talk about our Harimau Malaya’s game against KSA? Maybe not.