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Massive setback for U-19 squad

7th May, 2018


KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Under-19’s chance of qualifying for the Youth Cup knockout stage suffered a massive setback as they lost 2 – 4 to SSMP-AMD Cougars U16, yesterday at the Mokhtar Dahari Academy field in Gambang, Pahang.

The home side went into the lead after an early 15th minute strike by Lokman Hakim Shamsudin.

Sabah tried to find the equaliser but their hopes were dampened after centreback Gerald Gadit was sent off midway through the first half.

The second half started dreadfully for the visitors after Haridz Haikal Adam Afkal scored the Cougars’ second goal in the 58th minute to open the floodgates.

Lokman then secured his hat-trick as he found the back of the net in the 62nd and 72nd minutes to clinch all three points.

Sabah managed to grab their consolation goals courtesy of Mohd Sharizan Saidin dan Mohd Hizaz Lokman in the 66th and 80th minutes, respectively.

Sabah remain sixth place in Group A with 19 points from 13 matches, they trail the Cougars by three points while leader Terengganu FC IV are at 26 points from 13 matches.

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