Week three of the S.League has been a good one for the Japanese as they dominated Deepanraj Ganesan’s Good in this week’s The Good and Bad. Meanwhile, Brunei Dpmm, Balestier Khalsa and the Garena Young Lions all had another bad week.
The S.League’s 22nd season kicked off earlier this week with eight teams in action across four games. In the first of a weekly column, Deepanraj Ganesan brings you the good and the bad from the action over the week.
Tampines Rovers coach Juergen Rabb does not understand the call to re-take Ivan Dzoni’s penalty which could have put his Stags on the path to victory in Sunday night’s Community Shield match against Albirex Niigata (S).
Tampines Rovers' 2017 season did not get off to a good start, with three of their players sent off in a 2-1 defeat to Albirex Niigata (S). Who did perform on the night? FourFourTwo dishes out the ratings.
It may be a new season, but it was a familiar scene as Albirex Niigata (S) lifted more silverware on Sunday, scoring two late goals to edge an eight-man Tampines Rovers – yes, eight – 2-1 at the National Stadium.