Friday, March 28, 2008


Penang and PDRM knocked out

In a night of few real surprises struggling MSL sides Penang and PDRM were knocked out of the FA Cup last night. Penang, leading 1-0 from the first leg, went down in extra time to Kuala Muda while PDRM saw their 2-1 advantage overturned by an eager Sabah side who triumphed 4-3 on aggregate.

Holders Kedah beat Sarawak 2-0 in Kuching to comfortably go through 5-0 on aggregate while Selangor came from a goal down at home to Perak to triumph 2-1 with Frank Seator again among the goals. Selangor won 6-5 on aggregate.

Former Persib striker Redouane Barkoaui set Pahang on the road to victory in their second leg tie away to KL Plus before Norfazly Alias made it 2-0.

Tie of the round was at the Hang Tuah Stadium where home team Melaka faced Proton down 3-1 from the first leg. George Opoku Weah scored first and the hosts went on to win 4-1 on the night.

Terengganu scored twice in the last couple of minutes to make their 4-1 win over Negeri Sembilan more comfortable than perhaps it was while Felda United lost 1-0 at home to KL but go through 5-3 on aggregate.

Quarter Final draw will made made on Saturday and the first leg will be held 8th April

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