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Mighty Selangor fall


TEN-MAN Selangor succumbed to their first defeat to Police in 13 meetings, losing 2-0 to the Premier League champions in a Malaysia Cup Group D match at Shah Alam Stadium yesterday.

In another match, T-Team scored nine minutes from time to earn a 2-1 win over Sime Darby in Kuala Terengganu.

Ashfaq Ali fired home a penalty kick in the 15th minute after the Maldives international was fouled in the box by Selangor captain Bunyamin Umar, who was subsequently sent off by referee Samsuddin Ibrahim. It was Ashfaq’s third goal in the competition.

Brazilian Chad Souza inflicted more pain on the 32-time champions by rifling home a pass from Bobby Gonzales in the 68th minute.

In Kuala Terengganu, Sime Darby earned a penalty in the 48th minute after T-Team captain Marzuki Yusoff brought down Mahmoud Alamna inside the box.

Uzbekistan midfielder Dilshod Sharofetdinov converted from the spot, sending goalkeeper Shahril Faizal the wrong way, for the lead.

Sime Darby, however, conceded a penalty after Yosri Derma Raju fouled T-Team substitute Ramzul Zahini in the 58th minute. Leandro Dos Santos converted easily to level the match.

Ramzul turned hero when he connected Dos Santos’ pass in the 81st minute to earn T-Team three points.

Police lead the group with maximum points after two matches, three ahead of Selangor and T-Team while Sime Darby are bottom without any point.

In Group B, Perak recorded their second successive win by overcoming Sarawak 2-0, courtesy of goals by captain Nasir Basharuddin (44th) and Abdul Hafiz (49th) in Ipoh.

In the other match, Terengganu overcame an early hiccup to edge a resilient Kedah 3-2 in Alor Star.

Ashaari Samsuddin’s brace in the eighth and 44th minutes gave Terengganu a 2-0 lead before Kedah replied through Billy Mehmet (45th) and Baddrol Bakhtiar (59th).

However, Mario Karlovic sealed three points for the visitors with a goal in the 74th minute.

Perak lead the group with six points followed by Terengganu and Sarawak, who have collected three points each.

Source: NST, 21 August 2014




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