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Zeng Liwei

In our brand new feature, the team picks the beest XI from the latest round of Malaysian Super League matches

Malaysian Super League Team of the Week

Formation: 4-4-2

Goalkeeper - Zamir Selamat

Johor FC

Zamir Selamat was a man on form in Johor's 3-1 rout of Kedah at the Darul Aman Stadium last weekend. Despite conceding a solitary goal, he withstood heavy attacks from Kyril Muhymeen and Baddrol Bakthiar towards the end of the match, keeping the Johor defence tight for a valuable victory away from home.

Right-back - Daudsu Jamaluddin

Kelantan FA

Kelantan's dominant 3-0 victory over Kuala Lumpur was due in no small part to Daudsu Jamaluddin's influence. The flamboyant fullback was a constant threat going upfront, while also being remarkably solid in defence as well. Daudsu's flexibility ensured the right balance between attack and defence as Kelantan ran out clear winners against the City Boys.

Centre-back - Asraruddin Putra

Selangor FA

Selangor's victory over T-Team was one to rejoice considering their inconsistent start to the season and Asraruddin definitely deserves credit for their emphatic performance in the 2-1 win. Going up against the ever-present Zachariah Simukonda was never going to be easy but Asra dealt with him admirably on the day.

Centre-back - Muslim Ahmad

Terengganu FA

Muslim Ahmad has arguably been one of the best signings of the season so far, being a real presence in the Terengganu defence. Once again, he was absolutely fantastic against LionsXII, in which the Turtles won 1-0. Kept the defence neat and solid, while also picking out several intelligent passes towards midfield.

Left-back - Mazlizam Mohammad

Terengganu FA

The young defender is already being touted as the next big thing and his showing against LionsXII would have done no harm to his reputation. Mazlizam was amazingly solid against the much more experienced Lions forward line and was rightfully credited by many after the match. Despite it being early in the season, Terengganu definitely appear to have the best defensive set-up in the league.

Right midfield - Dennis Antwi

Kelantan FA

The Ghanaian midfielder was basically oblivious during the first two matches of the season, but has slowly grown in stature recently. After two terrific outings, Dennis Antwi continued his good form by shining in Kelantan's 3-0 win over Kuala Lumpur. Better still, he was at the right place to pop in the third goal that ultimately sealed the deal for the Red Warriors.

Centre midfield - Badri Radzi

Kelantan FA

Once again, the talismanic captain led by example in Kelantan's  victory over Kuala Lumpur. Badri Radzi was at the heart of all attacking moves that was crafted out on the day, while also inspiring his defenders to keep it tight at the back. Typically industrious throughout the match, he capped it all with a goal via a brilliant free-kick.

Centre midfield - Shahril Ishak


Two consecutive wins for LionsXII at Sabah and against Kuala Lumpur followed, before a narrow defeat to Terengganu despite another strong showing by the team captain. Despite playing as a makeshift forward in the absence of Khairul Nizam and Agu Casmir, Shahril was exemplary in an advanced attacking midfield role, creating several key chances that could easily have paved the way for a Lions victory if not for better finishing by his team-mates.

Left midfield - Riduwan Ma'on

Johor FC

The hardworking midfielder played a key role in Johor's decisive victory over Kedah, controlling the midfield elegantly. Not only did he constantly bombard the home side's goal, Riduwan also scored courtesy of a terrific shot from outside the box.

Striker - Francis Forkey Doe


While Effa Owona stole headlines during the early stages, Francis Forkey Doe has been the absolute revelation since making his debut for the Turtles. Three goals in two matches and the Liberian forward notched yet another goal by netting the winner in Terengganu's 1-0 victory over LionsXII, a match in which he showed his class as a striker.

Striker - Michael Nicoise


Playing in only his second Super League match for PKNS, the towering forward showed his predatory instincts by smashing in two sensational goals that gave his side an authoritative lead. Sabah subsequently staged an impressive comeback to draw level, but that takes nothing away from Nicoise with the former Al-Masry forward showing his phenomenal abilities as a hitman.

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