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Team Singapore on Sunday reached the last four of the SEA Games football tournament after a 1-1 draw with reigning champions Malaysia in Group A.
SINGAPORE: Team Singapore on Sunday reached the last four of the SEA Games football tournament after a 1-1 draw with reigning champions Malaysia in Group A.
Singapore started brightly with three-goal hero Sahil Suhaimi forcing a smart save from Malaysia's goalkeeper Izham Tarmizi.
Faris Ramli showed quick feet at the half-hour mark, dancing his way through a clutch of defenders only to send his shot just wide.
Harimau Muda looked dangerous after the break but Mohammad Fadhli couldn't convert the easy chance.
He would regret that miss as just moments later, Afiq Yunos got on the end of another Safuwan Baharuddin knock-down to put the Lions up one-nil after the hour.
Malaysia nearly equalised when Rozaimi Abdul Rahman flashed a free-kick just wide.
But he wasn't to be denied a minute from full time when his free kick took a slight deflection before hitting the back of Singapore's net.
The draw means Singapore still qualify although Malaysia may take over as group leaders if they get a result against Vietnam on December 17.