KUALA LUMPUR – Defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) snatched back the
lead in the Super League after mauling Pahang FC 6-0 at the Darul Makmur Stadium,
Kuantan last night.
The ninth win out of 12 matches saw the Southern Tigers collect 30 points,
two points more than nearest rivals Felda United who only managed a draw at
their home turf.
Jorge Pereyra Diaz was the hero for the southerners with a hattrick of goals
which came in the 28th, 54th and 76th minutes while Juan Martin Lucero turned in
a brace (7th and 46th) and the other goal supplied by Marcos Antonio (32nd).
Felda United on the other hand had to settle for a 2-2 draw against Penang
at the Tun Abdul Razak Stadium, Jengka, Pahang.
‘The Fighters’ goals were contributed by Ahmad Syamim Yahya in the 8th
miniute and Forkey Doe (80th) while Penang’s by Reinaldo Rodrigues Oliveira
(45th-penalty) and Osas Marvellous Cordoba (65th).
At the Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium, Kota Bharu, Selangor also collected three
points after nothcing a 5-2 victory over Kelantan.
The Red Giants goals were netted by Mohd Hafiz Kamal (15th), R. Gopinathan
(21′), Muhammad Nazmi Faiz Mansor (35′), Mohd Razman Roslan (49′) and Ahmad
Hazwan Bakri (88′).
The Pamoga Qu Puteh The Red Warriors goals were contributed by Blazhe
Ilijoski (9th) and Dramane Traore (59′).
Terengganu FA were back to their winning ways after they tamed younger
siblings Terengganu FC II 2-1 at the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium, Gong
Joseph Kalang Tie was the hero for The Turtles when he converted a penalty
in the dying minutes of the match.
Norshahrul Idlan Talaha had put Terengganu FA ahead in the 4th minute but
Mohd Asrol Ibrahim equalised in the 64th minute.
Sarawak, who are now coached by David Usop after K. Rajagobal was sacked,
demolished Perak 3-0 at the Perak Stadium, Ipoh.
The ‘Ngap Sayot’ squad’s goals were scored by Junior Aparecido Guimaro de
Souza (32′), Ndumba Makeche (65′) and Gilmar Jose Da Silva Filho (70′).
At the Shah Alam Stadium, Police (PDRM) and Kedah played to a 1-1 draw with
Syauki Abdul Wahab scoring for The Cops in the 43rd minute while Liridon
Krasniqi equalised for Kedah just before the final whistle. – Bernama