Malaysia national team win all 2 matches in March after beated Hong Kong national team with a score of 2-0 in the International Friendly ‘A’ Match at Sultan Ibrahim Stadium, Iskandar Puteri.
In this game, it is on the side of Hong Kong. who is the party who opens the game to attack and get a chance to win first But still no goal.
And in the 18th minute, from the moment when Malaysia attacked in the middle and Faisal Halim led the ball to avoid the Hong Kong defensive line. Before passing to Akhyar Rashid, who was standing there, shot without touching, and the ball flew into the crossbar. Malaysia leads 1-0.
But in the 35th minute, Hong Kong almost scored an equalizer. From the moment when the Malaysian defensive line missed the ball and it was Poon Pui Hin who could collect the ball. Before taking the ball to go solo from half the field before shooting with the right But the ball fell off the first post
And in the 40th minute from the moment Malaysia invaded again Starting from the moment that Syihan Hazmi, the goalkeeper of Malaysia opened the ball from the goal and it’s Darren Lok collected the ball. Before passing to the middle for Faisal Halim to shoot, Malaysia fled 2-0
The rest of the time there are no more goals. End of the first half Malaysia is leading 2-0.
Arrived in the second half Malaysia continued to invade and in the 52nd minute, Malaysia had a chance to win the 3rd goal from the moment Faisal Halim followed to collect the ball on the right side. Before opening for Darren Lok before passing the ball to a teammate in front of the goal But the ball went through out
In the 54th minute, Malaysia got another chance from the moment Faisal Halim took the ball to go solo before shooting in the penalty area. But the ball fell off the first post a little bit.
rest period Malaysia tries to get more goals But on the side of Hong Kong There was also a chance to win the goal as well. But neither team scored a goal. The end of the game is on the side of the Malaysian national team. which was able to win 2-0.
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