It was as if the script was already known by the Singapore camp.

Singapore came out overall winners by 6-4, having won the first leg in Singapore 5-3.

Malaysia’s approach to the game was an open-book and they fell into the trap set by Singapore’s Serbian coach, Avramovic.

Singapore’s back-line was not only steady from the on-set but the whole team was effectively playing mind-games with the Malaysians who succumbed to them too easily!

This lack of maturity put paid to Malaysia’s attempt to get out of the doldrums of ‘cheap-skate’ standards of football into the elites of Asia.

Gosh, isn’t there anything in Malaysia that is positive …….. or at least something with the potential to turn good ….. that Malaysians can look toward with hope?

Possibly one ….. Hope for Change at the next General Elections?

Btw, the Singapore goal was a result of a set-up from their ‘grand-pa’, Aleksander Duric.


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