Sunday, 9 October 2011

PFA held by Terubok

Duan’s goalscoring return could not inspire PFA to victory as they were held  in a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Terubok FC on Saturday evening. PFA entered the game having lost previous fixture and sought to make an instant impression to bounce back.

It capped a frustrating first period for PFA who were not able to keep the ball and lack of goal creating opportunities. Things were starting to flare up which eventually led to a melee after an exchanged of words between Terubok’s defender and Daniel but the incident looked to calm down moment after.

As both teams headed into half-hour mark, Terubok were awarded a penalty when their player was brought down on the corner of the box after a late-timed tackle from Aziz and Terubok took the lead into halftime 1-0.

PFA looked rejuvenated after the break  after the introduction of Duan in the middle of the park, controlling possession, moved the ball confidently and looking dangerous with Pin down the right flank. The second half was all about opportunities, maintaining composure and it appeared to be fruitful when PFA managed to equalized with Duan founding the back of the net, hooking in a deep cross by Pin  and calmly lobbed the ball past the goalkeeper.

Both sides continued to enjoy the possession but their enthusiasm was tempered by sturdy defending from both sides. With Daniel (Goalie) in magnificent form at one end, conjured a handful of great saves, big credit to PFA’s defensive unit as the game ended 1-1 draw full time.

1st half:

Daniel De Gea, Aziz, JJ, Boy, Saiful, Qayyum, Dillah, Daniel, Hirman, Najib, Nabil

2nd half:

Daniel De Gea, Dek Wan, Aziz (Aqil), JJ, David, Pin, Duan, Daniel (Nasri), Boy Habs, Nameng, Bebek

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