The Goal.com team picks the best XI from the latest round of Malaysian Super League matches
|Goalkeeper - Sharbinee Allawee
The Terengganu goalkeeper was on fine form against Kuala Lumpur last weekend. While KL are perhaps a struggling side, they showed great determination with Zakaria Charara leading their charge in midfield. However, Sharbinee performed admirably to keep a clean sheet and the Turtles ran out comfortable 1-0 winners.
|Defender - Obinna Nwaneri
Facing up against the towering Jean Emmanuel Effa Owona was always going to be a tough task but Obinna Nwaneri was magnificent during the weekend. He restricted Effa Owona to several scrappy attemps and while Ahmad Shakir Ali did score the equalizer, Obinna was rock-solid in defence as Kelantan clinched a valuable 2-1 victory over the Charity Shield winners.
|Defender - Muslim Ahmad
In what has been a terrific season for Terengganu so far, Muslim Ahmad has been an integral part of it. Again, he proved his worth in their tight 1-0 victory over Kuala Lumpur last weekend, where Lebanese midfielder Zakaria Charara threatened to run rampant for Kuala Lumpur. However, Muslim held his line well and managed to keep the Terengganu defence tight for a well-deserved victory.
|Defender - Helmi Rameli
Joining in from Terengganu, Helmi Rameli has been an absolute revelation for PKNS FC. Having netted three goals this season, the versatile defender extended his tally by netting in their 2-2 draw against Perak. Many would regard the draw as being pretty unfair because PKNS were evidently the dominant side and Helmi played a significant role in it.
|Right midfield - Faiz Subri
K. Rajagopal will now be alert of Faiz Zubri's name because the former Perlis winger was terrific against a revitalized Sarawak. T-Team were always going to have a hard time facing the revived Crocs, but Faiz was decisive in the end, netting the winner as T-Team sealed the victory to keep up with the front runners.
|Centre midfield - Safi Abdelfatah
It's been a rather topsy-turvy season for Kedah so far but their fortunes have improved of late. While the return of Wan Jamak Wan Hassan was much needed, the arrival of Safi Abdelfatah has been a breath of fresh air. Safi has been amazing in midfield alongside Baddrol Bakthiar and he was crucial again during the weekend, scoring the winning goal against Selangor.
|Centre midfield- S. Chanturu
Chanturu has not had the most convincing of seasons yet but his role in Kelantan was reaffirmed during the weekend. The hardworking midfielder scored a last gasp strike in their 2-1 win over Negeri Sembilan. Chances have been pretty limited for him this season but with performances like that, expect Chanturu to play a big part for the Red Warriors this year.
|Left Midfield - Shahrudin Yakup
It's been an encouraging period for Shahrudin Yakup, who has grown in stature recently. Impressing for Sabah in February, the winger earned a national team call-up for the first time. Last weekend, he continued his impressive run of form by scoring in Sabah's 2-1 win over Johor FC
|Striker- Sufian Anuar
The hardworking forward finally registered himself on the scoresheet for the LionsXII against Felda United. After setting up numerous assists for his team-mates, Sufian managed to opportunistically deflect into goal Shahdan Sulaiman's shot from close range. Apart from his goal, the former goalkeeper was his usual tenacious self upfront.
|Striker - Francis Forkey Doe
Started his tenure magnificently but had a slight dip in form last month. However, he came back with a bang last weekend, netting the winning goal in a tough match against Kuala Lumpur. Francis Forkey's presence was absolutely menacing upfront and Kuala Lumpur ultimately failed to deal with him properly.
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