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Sunday, September 30, 2012

[Media Information] Singapore Veterans defeats Selangor Veterans in 2012 Sultan of Selangor's Cup‏

(This entry is formulated based on the media release by the Football Association of Singapore)

Fandi (blue jersey) in action (source: FAS) 
SHAH ALAM, 29th SEPTEMBER 2012: The Singapore Veterans avenged their loss to their Selangor counterparts this year after defeating them 2-1 at the Shah Alam Stadium in the Veterans’ match of the 2012 Sultan of Selangor’s Cup, witnessed by a crowd of 60,000.

The Veterans match got off to a steady pace of both teams stroking the ball around. Touches of flare and brilliance entertained the fans, albeit a much slower pace.

The Singapore Veterans got the first real chance of the match when midfielder, Rafi Ali attempted an audacious chip from outside the penalty box. The attempt was tipped over by Selangor’s custodian, Rashid Hassan.

The ex-Lions soon took the lead just a minute later when a cross by Idham Ridan met Steven Tan in the penalty area. The former Tampines Rovers’ coach coolly slotted the ball home before the on-rushing keeper manage to get anywhere near him.

With the lead, the Singapore Veterans continued to push forward in search of another goal.


Video source from : nazwasfc

But they were dealt with a blow when former Selangor forward, Zainal Abidin converted a superb free-kick in the 14th minute, beyond the reach of Singapore’s keeper, Shahri Rahim.

The half came to an end with both sides drawing level. The second half saw chances that were few and far between.

The fans were thrilled when Singapore forward, Fandi Ahmad attempted his trademark scissors kick but his attempt was cleared by Zainal Abidin to safety.

The match was decided when a spark of brilliance, by once again, Fandi, who turned his marker, outside of the penalty box to send a screamer of a shot that curled to the far post of the Selangor’s goal.

The match ended 2-1 in favour of the Singapore Veterans team.

2 comments:

  1. Can't make it to Shah Alam due to work commitments, and always enjoy the atmosphere at the 80k arena that is something not always you have it back home...

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  2. oh that was a very nice game to watch, I had the opportunity to watch it and I enjoyed a lot watching old Singapore famous players playing one more time

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