The heat of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, UK is now being felt and the Malaysian team has so far claimed four golds, two silvers and three bronzes.
For your information, this event was first held in 1930, with the exception of 1942 and 1946 (cancelled due to World War II), and it has been held once in a row every four years.
More than 70 countries have participated in the sport and Malaysia is currently ranked 10th in medal tally.
Among the most important elements of a sporting event are the fans and it is undeniable that Malaysians are among the loudest when they cheer for the country.
Remarkably, one Malaysian fan who is currently in the country witnessed the mixed doubles badminton event there chanting “Saya Anak Malaysia” and many other chants with great enthusiasm.
A native of Malaysia in Birmingham 🇲🇾🇲🇾❤️☝🏼 Go and support his YouTube channel: All about Darnes ✌🏼 #Commonwealthgames2022 #demimalaysia 🇲🇾 #anakjatimalaysia #fyp #fyp シ #xyzbca
♬ Saya Anak Malaysia – Dato David Aramugam, Nikki Palikat & Projector Band & Haoren & Priscilla Abby & Meer Nash & Jeryl Lee & Jenn Chia
“Malaysian Teak Baby in Birmingham!”
The video uploaded by user TikTokwawasado_ showed a Malaysian supporter screaming so much that sports commentators at the time noticed his presence and understood that the man had a YouTuber named All About Darence.
So far, the video has garnered nearly 103 thousand views and the comment section has been flooded with positive and proud comments from Malaysian fans.
Well done Malaysian!
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