Kedah still tops the MSL . 6 more MSL matches were played Saturday night. Lets review some of the matches. No big upsets nor surprises this week. Well, except for the draw between Pahang and N.Sembilan. All top teams, except N.Sembilan, won their respective matches with ease.
- Kedah vs Sarawak
- Selangor vs Brunei
- Terengganu vs UPB MyTeam
- Pahang vs N.Sembilan
- Perlis vs Johor FC
- PDRM vs Perak
Terengganu, playing host to UPB MyTeam, had little problems brushing off their opponents with a 3-1 win. Their opening goal came in the 19th minute from Abdul Manaf Mamat. Two minutes into the second half, Ashaari Shamsuddin slotted in the second to make it 2-0 for Terengganu. Jocien Bento, scored the third, late in the game – three minutes from time. UPB MyTeam’s Zambri Chin drove in the consolation goal for MyTeam in the dying seconds of the match, in time added on to make the final score 3-1. The win moved Terengganu into the fourth spot, keeping their title hopes alive. They are now 7 points behind the leader with 18 points after 10 matches.
N.Sembilan managed to secure a point from their away match in Pahang. The match ended 0-0 at half time.
Following is a review of the MSL table standings.