Woodlands Wellington further cement their spot for the top half playoff spot as they thrashed DPMM Brunei 5-2 at Jalan Besar.
It was a remarkable result as DPMM Brunei had taken a 2 goal lead through Joao Moreira and Rodrigo Tosi within 18 minutes.
Yet Woodlands Wellington managed to drew level before half-time through Thai Theerawekin Seehawong, who scored on his debut, and Chang Jo-yoon.
Then in the second period, the Rams was on fire as Moon Soon-ho struck within ten minutes of the restart to put the Rams in front for the first time in the game, and the remarkable comeback was sealed in the 74th minute when Chang doubled his tally.
Theerawekin also netted his second to cap off a fine evening for the Rams who now has a 3-point gap on their rivals.
While Rams was celebrating after the night result, it was a different story for second-placed Albirex Niigata (S) as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Courts Young Lions.
Sherif El-Masri opened the scoring for the Cubs before Shingo Suzuki equalised.
Yazid Yasin (GK), Cho Sunghwan, Shahril Alias (C), Moon Soon Ho, Shariff Samat, Rosman Sulaiman, Theerawekin Seehawong (Armanizam Dolah 82'), Atsushi Shimono, Taufiq Rahmat (Oswind Suriya 85'), Ang Zhiwei, Chang Jo Yoon (Fadhil Noh 88')
Courts Young Lions
Syazwan Buhari (GK), Al-Qaasimy Rahman, Afiq Yunos, Stanely Ng, Ignatius Ang, Fareez Farhan, Farhan Rahmat (Tajeli Salamat 90'), Raihan Rahman (C), Nur Ridho, Iqbal Hamid Hussain, Sherif El-Masri