Zaid: M'sian football team wins against hate speech and racial profiling

Modified 6 Sep 2019, 6:43 am

Amid heightening racial tension, Malaysians had a reason to celebrate last night when the national football team pulled off a stunning win against their arch-rival Indonesia in the World Cup 2022 Qualifiers Group G opening match in Jakarta.

Lauding the Malaysians for their sterling performance, former de facto law minister Zaid Ibrahim said the team had also scored three goals against hate speech, racial profiling and xenophobia...

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