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Malaysia suddenly calls the world's top 60 young talents to play at SEA Games 30th

Malaysia suddenly calls the world's top 60 young talents to play at SEA Games 30th

U22 Malaysia has summoned 'top 60 young talent in the world' Luqman Hakim to attend the SEA Games 30th.

Recently, coach Ong Kim Swee released a list of 28 U22 players in Malaysia, in preparation for the 30th SEA Games. Notably, 'Malay Tiger' summoned prodigy Luqman Hakim Shamsudin.

Striker Luqman Hakim is 17 years old and has been voted by the Guardian to the 'Top 60 most promising young players in the world 2019' list. He also excelled in the title of 'Top Scorer' of the 2019 AFC U16 championship.

Luqman Hakim Shamsudin is a lot of Japanese clubs, but he chose to join K.V. Kortrijk in the Belgian league. The 17-year-old striker will have the opportunity to confront Nguyen Cong Phuong - who is playing at Sint Truiden.

Malaysia suddenly calls the worlds top 60 young talents to play at SEA Games 30th

With impressive achievements in 2019, Luqman Hakim knocked Doan Van Hau off the list of the 'Youngest Youngest Player in Southeast Asia' and became a bright candidate for this title.

With Luqman Hakim, Coach Ong Kim Swee owns a huge breakthrough at the SEA Games 30th. 'Malay Tiger' also has the advantage of the group, when only having to meet the hosts Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia and East Timor.