Tuesday, February 17, 2015


Malaysia Wrap

Malaysia Premier League

T Team v Penang 0-0 550
Sabah v DRB Hicom 3-2 (El Hadji Diouf, Azzizan Nordin, Safuan Shaari; Ivan Babic, Fakrullah Rosli) 9,818
Negeri Sembilan v UiTM 2-0 (Francis Forkay Doe 2) 7,000
SPA v Johor Darul Tazim II 1-2 (Uezie Michael Chukwubunna; Leandro Sebastian,  Shafiq Shahruddin) 300
Kuantan v Kedah 2-2 (Abdul Malik Mat Arif, Milan Purovic; Keith Nah, Naddrol Bakhtiar) 1,600
KL v PKNS 2-1 (Kalle, Choi, Gonzalo Manuel) 200

Certainly some lopsided attendances in the Premier League. KL by the way hosted PKNS at a field in Shah Alam, they are still waiting to return to Merdeka Stadium. Ex Bolton striker El Hadj Diouf made it two in two for Sabah as they narrowly overcame DRB Hicom and Penangs Indonesia/Brazil connection was not enough to secure the points against T Team...Hilton Moreira, ex Deltras, Persib etc, was yellow carded for his efforts!

JDT II, Negeri Sembilan and Sabah share top spot with 100% records while SPA, UiTm and DRB Hicom, clubs with the least likely names, are at the bottom with no points after the opening two games

Malaysia Super League

Pahang v Selangor 1-1 (Ruben Conti; Andik Vermansyah) 16,000
Kelantan v LionsXII 2-0 (Jonathon McKain, Badri Radzi) 18,000
ATM v Perak 0-2 (Nasir Bashrudin, Abu Hassan) 1,500
Sime Darby v Felda United 0-3 (Ahmad Yahya, Makeche Ndumba, Shukor Adan) 1,000
Sarawak v Terengganu 3-1 (Billy Mehmet, Ashri Chuchu, Joseph Kalang Tie; Paolo Rangel) 10,000
PDRM v Johor Darul Tazim 1-0 (M Sumareh) 4,500

JDT slipped to their first MSL defeat of the season going down to newly promoted PDRM. Even the arrival of Safee Sali on 80 minutes wasnt enough to lift the champions tired spirits...while the other teams in the league have played just two league, JDT have been competing in Asian club football, defeating Bengalaru 2-1 before travelling to Thailand and going down against Bangkok Glass.

1 - Kelantan 2 2 0 0 4-0 6
2 - Perak 2 2 0 0 4-0 6
3 - Felda United 2 1 1 0 6-3 4
4 - Sarawak 2 1 1 0 6-4 4

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