Selangor's Farizal Marlias was in an inspired form against Pahang, the highest scoring team in the league, as he made six crucial saves to keep a clean sheet.
Strong centre back Shahrom Kalam was at his defensive best as he kept Dickson Nwakaeme at bay, while his loyal partner Rizal Fahmi was industrious in defence as he worked his socks off not to afford Matias Conti any space. Young defender Nik Shahrul performed admirably against PKNS FC, as Kelantan secured their first victory under new head coach George Boateng.
Uzbek midfielder Dilshod Sharofedtinov helped his team recover from going two goals down against Sarawak, by scoring a brace before a teammate added the third to give Sime Darby FC a famous comeback win. Andik Vermansyah continued his fine current form by putting the finishing touch on his dangerous runs with a goal, which took Selangor to the summit after they beat Pahang in the tricky top-of-the-table clash. Pahang playmaker Azidan Sarudin came close to scoring against his former team a number of times, and helped keep his team's midfield line high, to keep the visitors penned in their own half. Rounding off our midfield is 31-year-old Zairo Anuar who scored against his former team from a trademark set piece.
The first of our three forwards is Nigerian striker Abdulafees Abdulsalam, who was the toast of the Bos Gaurus as he scored twice against ATM, providing the thrust and threat that Perak have been missing all season. Back in his former stomping ground, Forkey Doe spearheaded Kelantan's attack very well and even managed to score the second goal to seal a 2-0 win for the Red Warriors. T-Team's newly signed striker from Rwanda, Jimmy Mulisa, stoop in to grab the all important equaliser for the Titans, and caused a lot of concern to the Terengganu defence with his physical presence.
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