Johor Darul Ta’Zim, take back to the 1st rank of table after win Negeri Sembilan FC with a score of 1-0 in the Liga Super Malaysia 2022 at Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium, Paroi.
In this match, at the beginning of the game, both teams continue to play in a proactive manner, waiting for the moment to do so. But still, no team has scored.
And in the 21st minute, Negeri Sembilan got a chance from a quick counter-attack and was “David Mawutor” who brought the ball before deciding to break the ball. But shot the wrong way, the ball fell off the first post without getting excited
At the end of the first half, 45 minutes, JDT had a chance to win from the moment that “Bergson da Silva” brought the ball up in the middle. Before paying the side to “Arif Aiman” before deciding to shoot. But the ball fell out of the frame a bit.
After that, there are no more goals. At the end of the first half, both teams are still tied 0-0.
Arrived in the second half in the 65th minute, JDT had a chance to win from a long ball stroke and was “Arif Aiman” who picked the ball down before deciding to shoot, but the ball hit “Syihan Hazmi”, the keeper. Negeri Sembilan’s goal was knocked out.
In the 79th minute, Johor had another chance to win from the moment that “La’Vere Corbin-Ong” passed for “Fernando Forestieri” to shoot from outside the penalty area, but Syihan Hazmi Negeri Sembilan’s goalkeeper still saves.
Shortly thereafter, in the 81st minute, Negeri Sembilan had a chance to win from “Selvan Anbualakan”, passing for “Mattheus Alves” to shuffle the trigger, but the ball flew over the crossbar.
The game pretends to end in a draw. But in the 90+11 minute injury time, Fernando Forestieri plays a hero shot from outside the penalty area. The triangle came in nicely and JDT took the lead 1-0.
After that, no more goals. The end of the game is on the side of Johor Darul Ta’Zim, won 1-0, collecting 3 points and successfully returned to the top of the table again.
After the game, Negeri Sembilan’s players entered into an argument with the referee, and Mattheus Alves was sent off by a direct red card.
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