The footballing rivalry between Indonesia and Malaysia started back in 1957 and there are often fireworks when they go head-to-head. Ahead of their latest meeting in a friendly in Solo, Indonesia on September 6, FourFourTwo takes a look back at the most memorable matches between the two nations over the past two decades...
August 23, 1990: Indonesia 2 Malaysia 0 (Kemerdekaan Cup, Jakarta)
Indonesia were managed by Russian coach Anatoli Polosin when they overcame Malaysia 2-0, with goals from Mustaqim and Ferry Sandria to knock the Tigers out in the Kemerdekaan Cup semi-finals in Jakarta.
Indonesia then fell short in the tournament decider, losing 3-0 to Australia.
November 26, 1991: Indonesia 2 Malaysia 0 (SEA Games, Philippines)
Polosin would haunt Malaysia once more, this time in the 1991 SEA Games, guiding Indonesia to a 2-0 victory over the defending champions in the group stage.
Widodo Cahyono Putro scored both goals before Indonesia progressed it all the way to the final, beating Thailand to claim the gold medal in a major triumph for a great Garuda outfit.