It seem like old times again as Indra notched a goal while SAFFC go on a rampage.
After all, this is what happen in the domestic scene in years gone by with the Warriors a dominating force while Indra score goals for fun (for other clubs though)
But the new reality is it was Woodlands Wellington and this Northern club have suffered a thrashing in two of their last three outings and if they were hoping for a better outing at Jalan Besar, they counted their chickens wrongly.
That was why the 4-0 scoreline at the end for the Champions neither falter them nor tell us if the Warriors are back.
But it tell us Indra got his 199 domestic goals after a dry spell with his last goal back one month ago on June 1th against Geylang United.
Now he just need 1 more to reach 200th domestic goals and with the Warriors next opponent Home United, what better team to get that goal as this was the club where Indra got his 100th goal back in 2003 and they are the Warriors arch-rival.
It will be the perfect goal in the prefect setting as Home United former legend Egmar Goncalves knew it as he got his 100th S-league goals against SAFFC back in 2001 with four on the night.
In this match -against Woodlands Wellington - though, Park Tae Won got a brace with Hafiz Osman scoring one as well.
Woodlands WellingtonFajar Sarib (GK), Winston Yap, Shahri Musa (Rizawan Abdullah), Luis Eduardo Hicks, Noor Ali (C), Sazali Salleh, Rachid Lajane, Azli Mahmud, Nardi Asani, Navin Nigel Vanu, Andy Ahmad (Azlan Alipah)
Shahril Jantan (GK) (C), Hafiz Osman (Razaleigh Khalik), Ivan Jerkovic, Ivan Lovric, Ahmad Latiff Khamarudin, John Wilkinson (Rhysh Roshan Rai), Syaiful Iskandar, Noh Rahman, Indra Sahdan Daud (Mustaqim Manzur), Park Tae Won, Taisuke Akiyoshi
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