JDT wins ninth consecutive Super League title

KUALA LUMPUR, 1 October (Bernama) — Johor Darul Tajim (JDT) captured their ninth consecutive title with four games to go tonight, setting a domestic football record that is difficult for any other team to duplicate. .

The Southern Tigers, coached by Héctor Vidrio, also beat Negri Sembilan 5-0 at Iskandar Puteri’s Sultan Ibrahim Stadium, with their closest opponents Sabah FC being Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin. Lost 2-0 to Terengganu at the stadium. at Kuala Nels.

JDT, who now have 46 points in 18 games, cannot keep up with Sabah, who have 36 points in three games to go.

Winning the 2022 Super League title automatically qualifies the Southern Tigers for next season’s Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League, a better result than they lost in the knockout rounds this season. I gave it a chance.

Feeder club JDT II were crowned Premier League champions yesterday, which is truly a double delight for JDT.

In tonight’s action, JDT took a comfortable lead in the first two minutes of the blitz before a two-minute blitz between Arif Ayman Mohd Hanapi (35′) and Leandro Velázquez (37′) saw Arif Ayman score the second goal for the team. added the third point. – 3 minutes after the break.

Bergson da Silva from Brazil finished as the leading hitter with 24 goals, with two goals in the 60th and 88th minutes. Teammate Fernando Forestieri has 13 goals and he is second.

In Kuala Nels, Pape Diakait scored a goal in the 7th minute, Nick Sharif Hasefi Rajim scored another (30′) and Terengganu, coached by Mohd Nahuj Mohd Zain, scored 3rd. He won all the points and drove Sabah to a 4-game losing streak.

Meanwhile, the presence of Selangor FC’s former national head coach Tan Cheng Ho had a predictable impact as the Red Giants, who have had a yo-yo season, delivered a stylish 5-0 victory over Malacca United in Petaling. It seems that. Jaya City Council Stadium.

The Red Giants scored through Nol Hakim Hassan (16′), Muhammad Muhairi Ajmal Mahdi (32′), Brendan Gunn (66′ and 78′) and Harrison Kaion (90′).

V. Rubentiran’s 69th-minute goal saw visiting Petaling Jaya (PJ) City FC beat Kedah Darul Aman (KDA) FC 1-0 at the Darul Aman Stadium in Alor Setar.

Visitors Sri Pahan FC turned on their style to beat Sarawak United 4-1 at Kuching’s State Stadium.

— Bernama

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