Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Brunei DPMM FC 2-2 Tampines Rovers FC.

Hazy and very hot...

Shahrazen scored the opener in the 2nd minutes

It seems very fruitful to put up Subhi on the right flank

Khairul Amri scored the equaliser (2-2) from the spot

Abdel Hamed breaking the opponent defence

...he seems very dangerous all the time.

Hey...this ain't comedy show! (From left) Jaynudden aka Beracun and Achin aka Pakcik

DPMM FC And Tampines Draw

Bandar Seri Begawan - Brunei DPMM FC have to settle for a 2-2 draw against Tampines Rovers FC in yet another controversial game in the Great Eastern Yeo S League at Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium last night.

However, the point came at a costly price for Brunei DPMM FC when Safari Wahit received a second yellow card on the 90th minute and the marching order. He will be suspended for the next home game.

After the game, Brunei DPMM FC coach Suminic was furious on the referee's decision in giving Safari his second yellow just seconds before the final whistle and numerous fouls on import Drazen Govic that was never called.

In a sarcastic way, Simunic said: "What do you want me to say, you want me to say the referee did a good job and now I only have a midfielder to play as defender for the next game. It was a good game."

"There were many fouls on Drazen Govic that were never called." he added.

The match which was played on a humid and hazy ground saw Brunei DPMM FC took the lead as early as the second minute when local striker Shahrazen Said lashed on to a low pass by Algerian import Abdelhamid and tapped in the ball to beat Singapore national goalkeeper Hassan Sunny.

But the celebration for local football fans was shortlived when Tampines Rovers earned a free kick just at the edge of the penalty box. Khairul Amri converted the free kick which curled to the left side and into the goalmouth.

The goal injected some new life into Tampines Rovers and they almost snatched the lead when No 10 Qiu Li hit a powerful drive on target in the 10th minute but his effort was saved by goalkeeper Wardun Yussof.

With the support of the home crowd, Brunei DPMM FC were handed another chance to retake the lead and this time was on the spot kick. A scramble for goal in front of the Tampines Rover's goalpost yielded a penalty kick when No 6 Edward Tan was adjudged to have handled the ball.

Referee Pandian pointed to the spot and Croatian import Ivan Jerkovic stepped up to convert the penalty. He calmly slotted the ball into the right corner of the net to regain the one goal lead for Brunei DPMM FC on 30th minute.

However eight minutes into the second half, Tampines Rovers FC levelled the score with a goal also from the spot kick.

The referee pointed to the penalty spot when No 5 Khairnul Amri fell inside the penalty box after Captain Rosmin Kamis' challenge.

Tampines Rovers' Khairul Amri then converted the penalty by sending the ball into the top of the net for the equaliser.

On 70th minute, Brunei DPMM FC nearly went ahead again when the Algerian import Abdel Hamid's powerful header sailed inches over the crossbar after a corner kick by Ivan Jerkovic.

Ten minutes later, midfielder Hj Subhi's 25 yards powerful shot almost grabbed the winner when the ball rocked the goal post of Tampines Rovers.

On 82nd minute, goalkeeper Hassan Sunny came up with a huge save when he blocked Abdel Hamid's header in the near post.

Brunei DPMM FC's next game will be at home on Oct 6 against Sengkang Punggol FC. (Courtesy Borneo Bulletin).

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