Safuwan Baharudin’s first-leg equaliser for Pahang FA failed to deny Hariss Harun and Johor Darul Ta’zim from claiming a spot in the Malaysia Cup semi-finals, while Singapore goalkeepers Izwan Mahbud and Hassan Sunny played out a draw in their final
The Lions return to their clubs following the conclusion of the September FIFA window, which saw Singapore claim a win and a draw with Fiji and Mauritius respectively Hariss Harun (blue) captains JDT against MISC-MIFA on 15 September.
Pahang FA have won their past two Malaysia Cup fixtures without conceding, while PKNS and Melaka United played out an entertaining 3-3 draw Hariss Harun (back row, first from right) captains JDT against Kuala Lumpur.
Hariss Harun won his fifth Malaysia Super League title, while Safuwan Baharudin triumphed in the Malaysia FA Cup for the second time Hariss Harun of JDT celebrates after scoring the equaliser against Perak on 10 July.
Safuwan Baharudin returns to national setup since last appearance in June 2022 SINGAPORE 8 NOVEMBER 2023 – Twenty-four players will form Takayuki Nishigaya’s squad for the opening two games of the second round of qualification for the FIFA