|Robin Singh (9) celebrated after |
With this 1-0 defeat from this returning fixture against Bengaluru, it marked the certainty to see the defending S
|Robin Singh body-checked by Vidosevic|
|Curtis Osano headed the ball away|
Coming into this game with a number of regular
Said the former Hougang United coach:"We fielded five, six young players due to suspensions and ineligibility who played well tonight which I am proud of their effort shown tonight,
"And there are players like Emmeric Ong, who played in the position of Tom (Thomas) Beattie, and our 'keeper Daniel Ong's performance tonight would make it harder for Neezam (Abdul Aziz) to claim his place back, but what's important is the need to keep their feet on the ground."
"For the effort shown and the work
|Hazim Faiz (right) one of the young |
"We definitely work harder." said the 39-year-old,"It's about put up your best team in every match and to win away from home is a bonus and the hardest part is to put the ball at the back of the net and I glad Robin (Singh) got it in."
"It's a good win for us and it was a nice, solid performance where we had the control of the game, the next target for us is to get points in our next match and qualify for the next round, that's our aim." added the former Sheffield Wednesday defender.
|A 50/50 aerial duel|
That strike was deemed enough to seal the fate of the Warriors whom were led onto the field by coach Weaver for a lengthy post-mortem after the final whistle before adjourned for his meeting with the press.