KUALA LUMPUR, March 18 — Selangor’s unbeaten operate in the Tremendous League underneath their mentor Tan Cheng Hoe lastly arrived to an conclusion when defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) trashed them 4- in entrance of 14,400 supporters last night time.
The match at Petaling Jaya Metropolis Stadium started off off slow, with both of those teams unable to rating in the initial 50 % but the Southern Tigers lastly managed to split the duck by way of Spanish import player Juan Muniz in the 55th minute.
This was followed by just one goal apiece from fellow imports, Brazillian Diogo Luis Santos in the 66th moment and Argentinian Fernando Forestieri in the 77th moment.
The last fourth objective arrived from Forestieri, scoring his 2nd of the match in the 82nd moment, making sure his workforce stays on major of the Super League with a whole 15 factors.
The decline is the initial for the Crimson Giants considering the fact that Cheng Hoe took above the crew very last September, profitable three and drawing one particular match prior to tonight.
In the meantime Sabah FC head coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee’s absence following acquiring a purple card in the past match did not prevent his team from beating Penang FC 5-2 in a spectacular match in Likas Stadium, Kota Kinabalu.
The match referee, Zulkarnain Zakaria grew to become the aim of the night’s proceedings when he awarded a overall of four penalties.
Sabah, who had assistant head coach Rastislav Bozik at the sidelines tonight opened accounts in the third moment by way of a header by group captain Park Tae-su from a corner kick, but Penang only took five minutes to reply by way of Lebanese import participant Lubnan Hassan Saad.
The initially penalty of the match was awarded to Sabah soon after national striker Darren Lok was fouled by Penang keeper Khatul Anuar Md Jalil, which he duly transformed in the 45th moment.
In the second 50 %, nationwide left again Daniel Ting put the Rhinos’ a few plans ahead by tucking in a beautiful quick pass in the 55th minute, though group captain Tae-su slotted in a cross five minutes afterwards.
In the waning minutes of the match, Zulkarnain awarded the second penalty of the match to Penang right after Adriano Narcizo was fouled by Mohd Amri Yahyah. Adriano converted the penalty in injuries time (90+1).
But factors did not finish there, as the 3rd penalty was awarded to Sabah for a foul by Zaw Min Tun on Irfan Fazail, but the penalty hit the goalpost as a substitute (90+11).
The closing and fourth penalty was awarded to Sabah when Rizal Ghazali was introduced down by Rafael Vitor, and Rizal tucked it in to stop the match 5-2 (90+12).
Meanwhile Kelantan FC mounted a prosperous comeback from a two — objective deficit to end the match on a level footing with Kuala Lumpur (KL) City FC 2-20 at Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium, Kota Baru.
The Town Boys started off powerful, blazing in advance with a strike by Tchetche Kipre in the 11th moment and then Lambert Declan in the 34th minute, but Kelantan clawed their way back, courtesy of an personal target by D. Kenny Pallraj in the 41st minute and a ultimate gasp energy by Mohamad Fazrul Amir in damage time of the first 50 % (45+2).
In yet another match, Kedah Darul Aman defeat Kuching Metropolis FC 3- in their dwelling ground of Darul Aman Stadium, Alor Setar.
Defender Mohd Akmal MD Zahir turned hero of the evening, scoring a brace in the 28th and 49th minute, although Manuel Hidalgo sealed their victory in the 57th minute. — Bernama