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Bhas Kunju | Chief Editor, Singapore

A former youth player and football enthusiast, Bhas Kunju has been a familiar sight in local football scene having covered events for years. The National University of Singapore, Political Science; and Communications and New Media graduate has helmed Goal Singapore since its inception in January 2012 and started Goal Malaysia as well. Vocal on improving local football, Bhas believes that European and local football are not mutually exclusive and can co-exist successfully.

Favorite players: Alan Shearer, Abbas Saad

Khalis Rifhan | Contributor, Singapore

Khalis has been following the S.League since its inauguration in 1996, supporting the most successful club in the league's history. A player during his tertiary years, Khalis represented his school in national tournament as a goalkeeper. Khalis has also turned out for grassroots and constituency teams and was previously a Project Manager with a local football academy. Khalis is a firm believer of Arsene Wenger's football philosophy and has been supporting the club a year after his interest in local football blossomed.

Favorite players: David Lee, Jose Luis Chilavert, David Seaman

Teo Teng Kiat | Contributor, Singapore

Teng Kiat first fell in love with football and Man Utd when he saw pictures of Sir Alex Ferguson going from despair to ecstasy in a matter of minutes on the front pages of newspapers the morning after the 1999 Champions League final. Currently majoring in Life Sciences at the National University of Singapore, he started to take a keener interest in local football again about a year ago. A Home United fan, his dream is to cover Singapore's progress at a future World Cup.

Favorite players: Fandi Ahmad, Indra Sahdan, Eric Cantona, Ruud van Nistelrooy

En Lim | Contributor, Singapore

Not your average female football fan, En's love for the game started in 1994 when she watched two doubles happen - the Singapore Lions won the Malaysia League and Cup and Manchester United won the English League and FA Cup. Since then, En's life has been filled with one footballing moment after another, and in 2010, she decided to combine her passion for football and love for writing and turn into something more substantial by writing opinion pieces on Manchester United and the EPL in general.

Favorite players: Eric Cantona, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Jeremy Lim | Contributor, Singapore

A firm advocate of Italian football, Jeremy Lim is passionate about penning down his thoughts and beliefs regarding Serie A and the Italy national team. With a writing background honed in advertising, the Juventus supporter aims to provide insightful punditry into topics, broadening perspectives and expanding common thought. Despite the sporting setbacks inflicted on Serie A of late, Jeremy believes the league still retains an infectious lustre and charm that keeps him coming back for more.

Favorite players: Alessandro Del Piero, Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Cesare Polenghi | Managing Editor, Asia

Cesare Polenghi was born in Italy but lived in Japan and Hawaii most of his adult life. Before becoming Managing Editor, he wrote about Japanese football for Goal.com and Calcio 2000, often commentating on Italian football for Japanese TV. In his last three years in Japan he was assistant coach for a high school team that twice reached the country's prestigious national high school football tournament.

Favorite players: Claudio Marchisio and Nahoko Kawasumi

Dan Orlowitz | Assistant Editor, Asia

Hailing from Philadelphia, PA, Dan Orlowitz first studied in Japan in 2004-05, watching his first live football match as Japan dominated Bahrain 1-0 with a lucky second-half own-goal. He moved back to Tokyo in 2006, when he started following the J-League and Asian football. In addition to managing the Goal.com Asia desk, Dan also serves as a writer for Goal.com Japan.

Favorite players: Keisuke Honda, Tim Howard

LIVE: 25th Canon Lion City Cup Day 4
Follow Goal Singapore as we bring you LIVE updates from Jalan Besar Stadium for Day 4 of the 25th Canon Lion City Cup!


6pm: SC Corinthians vs Arsenal

8.45pm: Eintracht Frankfurt vs PSV Eindhoven
10:30 PM SGT
With the victory, PSV Eindhoven will be set to meet SC Corinthians on June 16 at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

And with that, we thank you for staying with Goal for our LIVE coverage of Day 4 of the 25th Lion City Cup. Do join us in two days for the three remaining matches. Goodnight everybody!
10:27 PM SGT
FULL TIME | Eintracht Frankfurt 2-3 PSV Eindhoven

15' Matthias Verreth
17' Nils Herdt
39' Matthias Verreth
75' Leandro Fernandes
93' Volkan Egri
10:26 PM SGT

Eintracht Frankfurt 2-3 PSV Eindhoven

93' Volkan Egri

failed to clear a corner kick properly as it was only as far as Volkan Egri. On the volley, the number 2 launched a rocket of a shot into the back of the net from outside the box.

10:21 PM SGT

Frankfurt skipper Francesco Petrovic was given the marching orders after getting booked for the second time.
10:19 PM SGT

OFF: Lennerd Daneels

ON: Cody Gakpo
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