Sunday, March 10, 2013

Home lost yet again

Home United lost their second match in row and the second in their opening three matches.

This time it was to Woodlands Wellington as the Rams hit through former Protectors Rosman Sulaiman and their marquee man Khalid Hamdaoui.

The former Moroccan international is proving his worth to the Northern club as this is the third match in a row he has hit the target and how Home United must wish they have somebody like him on their side.

The Protectors have only scored once in three matches despite the numerous chances they have continued to create in matches.

One can say they have not played badly but the game is decided on goals and at this moment they cannot scored to save their skins.

In other matches, Tanjong Pagar drew 1-1 with Harimau Muda and Brunei DPMM beat Courts Young Lions 2-1.

The Jaguars goal was scored by Kamel Ramdani while the Malaysian got their from Asri Mardzuki.

Rosmin Kamis and Shahrazen Said scored for the Brunei side before Pg Sallehuddin Damit was issued his marching orders and the Cubs later pull one back through Sherif El-Masri

Home United
Jang Hong-won (Shahril Jantan 69') (GK), Nor Azli Yusoff (Mustaqim Manzur 67'), Noh Rahman (C), Ismail Yunos, Masrezwan Masturi, Lee Kwan-woo, Hafiz Rahim (Firdaus Idros 52'), Sirina Camara, Indra Sahdan Daud, Jordan Webb, Masato Fukui

Woodlands Wellington
Yazid Yasin (GK), Ang Zhiwei, Cho Sung-hwan, Shariff Samat, Rosman Sulaiman, Atsushi Shimono, Ridhwan Osman (Armanizam Dolah 85'), Goh Swee Swee (Taufiq Rahmat 67') (C), Khalid Hamdaoui, Chang Jo Yoon (Fadhil Noh 89'), Moon Soon Ho


Tanjong Pagar United
Aurelien Herisson (GK), Anthony Aymard (Hanafi Salleh 66'), Walid Lounis (C), Zahid Ahmad, Asraf Rashid, Ahmad Latiff, Kamel Ramdani, Hafiz Nor (K Vikraman 90'), Sazali Salleh,Ismael Benahmed, Monsef Zerka


Courts Young Lions
Rudy Khairullah (GK), Al-Qaasimy Rahman (C), Sheikh Abdul Hadi, Emmeric Ong, Nurullah Hussein (Nicholas Cher 25'), Tajeli Salamat, Shamil Sharif, Nur Na'iim Ishak (Nur Ridho 64'), Sufianto Salleh, Sherif El-Masri, Ignatius Ang (Faiz Salleh 80')

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