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Another loss for U-19 squad

14th May, 2018


KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Under-19 slumped to their second consecutive defeat after Selangor overwhelmed them 1 – 4 during their Youth Cup encounter, yesterday at Penampang Stadium, near here.

The home side struggled throughout the match and was punished at the end of the first half when Ahmad Danial Ahamd Asri pounced home in the 44th minute.

Things got worst for Sabah as Sharvin Selvakumaran doubled Selangor’s advantage two minutes after the break with a well taken strike before adding his second goal of match with an exquisite finish in the 63rd minute.

Sabah managed to pull a goal back in the 74th minute courtesy of Naviinraj Manimaran’s own goal after the defender deflected a cross into his own net.

However, it was the visitor who had the last laugh when substitute Mohd Shaiful Saharuddin poked the ball in between goalkeeper Joslan Aping’s leg late in the match to secure all three points.

Sabah remain sixth in Group A during press time with 19 points out of 14 matches played where they trail group leader Terengganu FC IV by 10 points, only three points separating them from second placed SSMP-AMD Cougars U-16 who have three matches lesser than Sabah.

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