U19 demands a draw from Malaysia – Football Association of Singapore

Irfan Iskandar passed two defenders to Malaysia in the first half.

Singapore, July 7, 2022 – Singapore drew their favorite Malaysia 0-0 in the third ASEAN Football Federation U19 Boys Championship 2022 match on Thursday afternoon.

Prior to the tournament, both sides played two private friendly matches, with Malaysia winning both matches. Singapore, which lost in the first two games, was probably the weak point here, and Malaysia started brightly, approaching two goals within the first ten minutes. The first shot was curled in inches wide and the second shot was well preserved by Firman Nabil.

Fadzuhasny Juraimi’s team has grown and succeeded in disrupting the Malaysian match. The team’s first chance was 16 minutes. Khairin Nadim, who collected the ball just outside the 18-yard box, evaded the Malaysian defender before Curler flew directly above the crossbar.

The same was true in the second half, with Malaysia occupying the majority and the Singapore team defensively defending. Due to their all advantage, the best chance of the game fell to Singapore in the 66th minute. Raul Suhaimi, who cut in from the left side, evaded the two defenders and aimed for the goal. His efforts were saved by Malaysian custodian Zulhilmi Sharani, but the rebound fell to Khairin, who had just defeated the keeper, as Irfan Iskandar put pressure on the defenders. However, Sharani responded brilliantly to save Kairin’s efforts at close range.

The mistake was a call for the Malaysian awakening in search of a goal. However, the Singapore team stood firm and refused to abandon. Midfielders Ryu Hardy and Amir Rashid showed their willingness and determination to fight for all loose balls until the final whistle, but Backline refused to give Malaysian attackers time and space. .. In the end, Singapore did enough to score points.

After the match, coach Faz Hasney said: So, a praise to them for their personality and spiritual strength to constantly confuse Malaysian pass games and limit them to long-distance efforts.

“Also, the chances of the match were great and I needed a little more calm. The current focus is to recover and prepare the team for the final match against Laos. Performance to the boys as they are today. I want you to do your best for the final match of the group stage. “

Singapore: Firman Nabil (GK), Aqil Yazid, Kieran Teo (Scott Crichton 59′), Syafi Hilman (Farid Jafri 69′), Raoul Suhaimi, Amir Rashid, Ryu Hardy, Izrafil Yusof (Asis Ijilral 80′), Ali Manaf (Ilyasin Zayan) 59′), Khairin Nadim, Irfan Iskandar (Sham Mohamed 80′)
Unused submarine: Rauf Erwan, Aniq Raushan, Junki Yoshimura, Glenn Ong, Kieran Aryan, Zakaria Syari

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