Elavarasan praises Safee and Patrick, but urges his team to be more consistent

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Elavarasan urged his team not to get carried away with their 5-3 win over Selangor


BY         NIK AFIQ        Follow on Twitter


PKNS FC head coach, E. Elavarasan praised his two strikers, Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh and Safee Sali after ther dominant 5-3 win over Selangor last weekend.

Having started the season with back to back defeats, Elaravasan said the two strikers, including tactical changes in their lineup proved to be fruitful for them.

“I think Patrick did really well as a striker and I think his fitness level is at a different level compared to the previous games.”

“So is Safee, from what I can see, he finally found his form in front of goal, which can only bring good things for the team and the country.

“The changes in tactical including a change in our lineup also proved to be very effective for this game," said Elavarasan.

However, despite the result, Elavarasan reminded his players not to get carried away with the result and urged his team to be more consistent.

“Despite they scored and gave an early pressure, the motivation to get three points really drove us to get the win."

“We can take all the positives from tonight but we must remember that it is still a long way to go in the league.

“We only won one game and that doesn’t change anything. We must be consistent if we want to end the season at a better position,” added Elavarasan.

The win now put PKNS ninth in the table, collecting their first three points this season and they will face the in-form Perak next week

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