Monday, August 26, 2013


PKNS Remain Unbeaten In Malaysia Cup, Stags Rout DPMM

Indonesia Super League

Sriwijaya v Mitra Kukar 2-2 (Herman Dzumafo, Achmad Jufriyanto; Iljia Spasojevic, Zulham Zamrun) 21,223
PSPS v Persija 0-6 (Emmanuel Kenmogne 3, Robertinho 2, M Ilham) 276
Persib v Persiram 1-2 (Sergio Van Dijk; Lee Soung Yong 2) 25,550
Persita v Persidafon 2-2 (Firdaus Ramadhan, Cristian Carrasco; Samuel Munez, David Laly) 2,317
Pelita Bandung Raya v Persisam 3-1 (Marwan Mustafa, Gaston Castano, Mundai; Lancine Kone) 1,500

Persib's first home defeat of the season couldn't have come at a worse time as they chase second place and rivals Sriwijaya and Mitra Kukar played out a draw. PSPS heading for 100 goals conceded in a season? I think they have now let in 93 with two games left

Divisi Utama

Perseru v PSMP 3-0
Persik v Perssiko 1-0
Persikabo v Perseba Super 3-1
PSCS v Perseta 1-0
PS Bangka v PSBS Biak 2-0
Persebaya v PSIS 2-0

Malaysia Cup

Selangor v ATM 2-3 (Amri Yahaya, S Kunalan; Hairuddin Omar, Fitri Omar, Christie Jayaseelan)
Sime Darby v Johor 1-2 (Karlo Primorac; Khairul Ismail, Izuan Jarudin)
Johor Darul Takzim v Felda United 1-0 (Safee Sali)
T Team v PKNS 0-1 (Roman Chhmelo)
Kelantan v Terengganu 2-0 (Dickson Nwakaeme, Zaire Anuar Zailani)
Negeri Sembilan v Pahang 3-5 (Sivanesan 3; Azamuddin Akil, R Gopinathan 2, Matias Ruben Conti, Amirulhadi  Zainal)
Sarawak v LionsXII 2-1 (og, Joseph Kallang Tie; Safuwan Baharudin) 35,000
Kedah v Perak 1-1 (Alen Guc; Khairul Asyraf  Sahizah)

PKNS perhaps surprisingly remain the only team after two group stage games with two wins. Kedah needed another late goal from Alen Guc to rescue a point at home while LionsXII again struggled to make an impression, just one point from their opening two games.


Geylang International v Woodlands Wellington 1-2 (Jozef Kaplan; Jo Yoon Chang)
Tanjong Pagar v Young Lions 0-1 (OG)
DPMM v Tampines Rovers 2-6 (Adi Bin Said, Tales Ricarto dos Santos; Aleksander Duric 3, Khairul Amri, Caramelo, Shahdan Sulaiman)

Remarkable night of SLeague action. Young Lions managed their first win of the season, at the 20th time of asking while Tampines travelled to Brunei, formerly a tough place to get a result, and didn't just get a result...they thumped the home team in a thrilling second half when all the goals were scored. They are 11 points clear with four games remaining. They could be crowned champions later this week when they play Woodlands.

1 - Tampines Rovers 20 15 2 3 45-23 47
2 - Albirex Niigata 20 10 6 4 25-18 36
3 - Tanjong Pagar 20 9 6 5 31-23 33

Not championship days yet for SLeague. Teams go for further half rounds of top six/bottom six teams...
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