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Amid the shadow.... (Stags hang on for Cup glory..)

... of the Olympics and beginning of the EPL season (again), Tampines Rovers overcome the one-goal deficit and beat Home United in the returning leg of their Singapore Cup quarter-final fixture.

Ex-Protectors Qiu Li started the ball rolling by scoring the first before his national team-mate Fahrudin Mustafic scored with well-executed header.

SOME PICTURES TAKEN
Tampines' warming up

Inside the corporate box of the stadium.

One of many Home United's attempts to come back to level the game.

Indra Sahdan (with the ball) made his presence felt in the Stag's box

This would have made it "tiga-kosong" (3-0)

Shot this from Home United's supporters section.

After a hard fought victory, Shariff Samat (on the right) looking towards this direction.

Tampines coach Vorawan Chitavanich delighted with the win.

Stag's debriefing session at the end of the day.

Home United's coach Mr PN Sivaji being interviewed by the cable media.

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