Analysis

JDT Player Ratings: Hariss solid in midfield as JDT edge closer to title

Another night to remember for JDT fans as the Southern Tigers sealed a late 2-1 victory over Pahang. Find out who did well and who flopped.

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Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) have one hand on the Malaysia Super League trophy after scoring a last-gasp 2-1 victory over Pahang FA to complete the double over their opponents, and more importantly move 11 points clear in the league standings.

Find out how the Southern Tigers players fared as they made it another night to remember for the JDT supporters.

Player Ratings (1-10)

Farizal Marlias (7) – Couldn’t do anything about Issey Nakajima-Farran’s equalizer four minutes from time. Farizal, however, made a crucial save to deny Faisal Halim and preserve JDT’s lead in the second half.

Corbin-Ong (6) – Fortunate to start this match after only being let off with a caution in the reverse fixture. Pushed forward as usual and was an aerial threat from set-pieces.

Aidil Zafuan (5.5) – Was stretched at times, and his limitations were evident when Nakajima-Farran got the better of him to score Pahang’s equaliser.

Marcos Antonio (6) – Was sturdy as usual in his centre-back role. Mohamadou Sumareh, Farran and Norshahrul Idlan Talaha tried their best to break the defence, but he marshaled the back four well.

S. Kunanlan (7.5) – One of the mainstays in the JDT first team since signing a few seasons ago due to his immense work-rate. Never stopped running and rarely caught off guard.