[GIFS] How The Malaysian Tigers Defeated The Singaporean Lions In The AFF Suzuki Cup

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Malaysia and Singapore faced off against each other in a bid to qualify for the semi-finals of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2014. Malaysia needed to win while Singapore only needed a draw to advance.

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The Malaysian players started by singing our national anthem "Negaraku" loud and proud

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The Singaporean players were no different. After all, they were playing on their home ground.

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The game started off well for the Lions, who almost came close to scoring with a volley just missing the goal

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Malaysia went one better but was unfortunately denied by the woodwork

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The first half ended 0-0 for both teams although statistically the Malaysian Tigers did have the bigger bite of chances


In the second half, the Singaporeans were THIS close to taking the lead

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Finally! In the 60th minute, Malaysia took the lead thanks to Safee Sali. Singapore 0 Malaysia 1.

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But just when it looked like Malaysia were to hold on and seal the win, Singapore equalised through Khairul Amri with 8 minutes left on the clock! Singapore 1 Malaysia 1.

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Then there was hope. In the 90th minute, Malaysia was awarded a penalty due to a foul by Singapore substitute Hafiz Abu Sujad on Amri Yahyah. Can Malaysia take advantage?

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With all the pressure heaped on Safiq Rahim, he brushed it off cooly like a boss by scoring the penalty with ease. Singapore 1 Malaysia 2.

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But Malaysia weren't done yet. In a last ditch effort to score a goal, Singapore had their goalkeeper to come up during a set piece. This led to their goal being unguarded and Indra Putra slotted the ball in from 30 yards away. Singapore 1 Malaysia 3.

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Malaysia will now meet Vietnam in the semi-finals of the Cup. The first leg will take place in Kuala Lumpur on 7 December 2014.

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