Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) coach Benjamin Mora felt his side was robbed by the referees as the Southern Tigers were eliminated from the FA Cup by Pahang, while Kedah need to pick themselves up ahead of the semi-finals...
A dramatic late goal from Mahamadou Summareh carried Pahang into the Malaysia FA Cup semi-finals, overcoming holders Johor Darul Ta’zim’s (JDT) 4-3 on aggregate despite a 2-1 defeat in Sunday's second leg.
Malaysia Premier League (MPL) sides Negeri Sembilan and Terengganu have progressed to the FA Cup semi-finals, joining Malaysia Super League's (MSL) Kedah, who progressed on aggregate despite suffering a shock 1-0 loss to PKNP.
Malaysia Super League (MSL) champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) extended their lead at the top, while there was a big talking point in Kedah’s trashing. Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail, meanwhile, suggested he was ready to vacate his seat already.
A come-from-behind 2-1 win over East Coast neighbours Kelantan in Kota Bahru saw Pahang climb above Kedah on goal difference at the top of the Malaysia Super League (MSL) standings after the Red Eagles only managed a point against PKNS.
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