Singapore win, USA stumble in Kuala Lumpur

Singapore registered a comprehensive 112-run win over Malaysia, thanks to Christopher Janik’s 106 and Munish Arora’s half-century that took them to 230 for nine in their innings. Janik, who struck eight boundaries and two sixes, and Arora put on 138 runs for the fifth wicket, the defining and the only productive stand of the innings. Their first four wickets fell for 35 runs, and the last five collapsed for 29; the fifth wicket stand and a couple of other small partnerships took them past the 200-run mark.

Malaysia too stumbled in their innings, except that there wasn’t any batsman to…

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