MSL Wrap: PKNS show Selangor who's boss, while Kedah and Felda share spoils

Missed out on last night's Malaysia Super League (MSL) action? Don't worry, we rounded it all up for you... 

Selangor's return to Shah Alam Stadium, now home to PKNS after preseason shenanigans, was not a pleasant one after the Red Ants ran 5-3 winners in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) on Saturday.

Former Selangor forwards Patrick Wleh and Safee Sali delivered the goods for E. Elavarasan's men as they went on to record their first win of the season.

The win was a sweet one because relationship between the two teams strained in preseason. PKNS, a long time ally of Selangor, are now trying to overtake Selangor as the No. 1 team in the state.

The win was a sweet one because relationship between the two teams strained in preseason. PKNS, a long time ally of Selangor, are now trying to overtake Selangor as the No. 1 team in the state.

Backroom rift involving Selangor's management led to some officials defecting to PKNS, who appear to have the backing of the state government too.

Selangor took the lead through talented youngster Syahmi Safari in the first minute but Wleh and Safee scored to reverse the deficit.

Francis Forkey Doe, back for a second spell with the Red Giants, drew the teams level in the 27th minute but Wleh scored again two minutes before the break.

Matias Jadue struck two minutes after half-time to provide some comfort but Doe pulled one back in the 55th minute before Wleh took home the matchball with his third minutes later.

PKNS grabbed their first points of the season in some style

PKNS grabbed their first points of the season in some style

In Jengka, Kedah walked away from the Tun Abdul Razak Stadium with a point after withstanding a late Felda United onslaught to draw 1-1.

Ken Ilso scored his first goal for Kedah in the 24th minute to put the visitors ahead but Hadin Azman rounded goalkeeper Ifwat Akmal Che Hashim to equalise in the 58th minute.

Kedah would have gone level on seven points with early leaders Pahang and Perak had their collected maximum points.

Pahang defeated Sarawak 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal by Nigerian Chinedu Dike, while Perak needed a 90th minute Vladislav Mirchev winner in Ipoh to win 3-2 after Malacca twice cancelled their lead.

Pahang are now top of the table after last night's win

Pahang are now top of the table after last night's win

In the other match of the night, Penang's misery continued after suffering a 1-0 defeat to T-Team in Kuala Terengganu. Ashley Westwood's charges have yet to score in 2017.

MSL 2017 Week 3 Results 

PKNS 5 Selangor 3

Felda 1 Kedah 1

Sarawak 0 Pahang 1

Perak 3 Malacca 2 

T-Team 1 Penang 0 

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