PKNS defender Aminuddin Noor took to Twitter to vent his frustration at some of the decisions made by the referee in his team's 2-1 FA Cup defeat to Johor Darul Ta'zim II (JDT II).
Three PKNS players were sent off in the ill-tempered match including star striker Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh, who was given his marching order for manhandling the referee.
Aminuddin was livid with the referee’s performance that he posted two tweets on his personal Twitter account.
“We are the underdogs, so what can we do [?],”his first tweet read. “Their team[JDT II] has the money [and we] could see that the referee wanted to let JDT II win.”
JDT II are the Johor Football Association’s second team playing in the Malaysian Premier League.
He then followed it up with another tweet: “FAM [Football Association of Malaysia], can you take it more seriously about the referees [?] If [all referees are] like the referee today, we might as well use referees from the illegal league.
“I think the referees from the illegal league are better.”
He later deleted both tweets and apologised for his outburst.
"I apologise for what I tweeted yesterday. Maybe I was too emotional at that time [because] football is my life. Sorry to all."