KUALA LUMPUR 29 Dis. - Malaysia berjaya menjuarai Piala Suzuki AFF 2010 mengalahkan Indonesia di Stadium Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Kemenangan Malaysia itu diperoleh selepas berjaya mengatasi Skuad Garuda dengan agregat 4-2.
Pada perlawanan malam ini, Malaysia memperoleh gol pertama melalui Safee Salee pada minit ke-54 saingan separuh masa pertama, manakala Indonesia berjaya mendapat satu gol hasil sumbangan Mohammad Nasuha (m-72) dan gol sendiri pemain Malaysia, Mohamad Muslim Ahmad (m-88).
Paling menarik malam ini, sepakan penalti Firman Utina berjaya dihentikan oleh penjaga gawang negara, Khairul Fahmi Che Mat.
Terdahulu pada aksi peringkat pertama perlawanan akhir di Stadium Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia menang 3-0. - Utusan
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KUALA LUMPUR 30 Dis. – Pelbagai pihak menyatakan rasa bangga ekoran kejayaan skuad bola sepak kebangsaan menjuarai Piala Suzuki AFF mengalahkan Indonesia kelmarin.
Ekoran kejayaan tersebut, Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak mahu rakyat terus menyokong skuad bola sepak negara kerana pemain telah mempamerkan disiplin, kerja berpasukan dan kegigihan, sehingga muncul juara kejohanan tersebut.
Di Indonesia pula, media negara itu menasihati skuad mereka agar mengambil pengajaran daripada kejayaan Malaysia, dengan tajuk muka depan akhbar Kompas menyiarkan laporan Jangan Malu Untuk Belajar.
Persatuan Bola Sepak Malaysia (FAM) yang menghargai kejayaan tersebut juga memaklumkan bahawa pemain negara akan menerima ganjaran khas, yang akan diumumkan oleh Presiden FAM, Sultan Ahmad Shah apabila baginda kembali dari luar negara, Isnin ini.
Pengurus pasukan, Datuk Subahan Kamal pula menyarankan anugerah khas diberikan kepada jurulatih K. Rajagobal atas jasanya menerajui skuad Harimau Malaya sehingga berjaya menjulang Piala Suzuki AFF yang diidamkan selama 14 tahun.
Thursday December 30, 2010
Cries of ‘Malaysia Boleh’ echo throughout the country
PETALING JAYA: The shouts of Malaysia Boleh! echoed throughout the country – at homes, mamak shops, pubs, fields and even in cyberspace – as the Tigers brought home the AFF Suzuki Cup for the first time in 21 years.
Many mamak restaurants were crammed with hundreds of football fans who watched the match live on big screens.
“Superb, simply superb. I knew our players would win all along, so I wasn’t really scared like the others,” said 31-year-old Nordiana Shah with a wide grin on her face who watched the game from a restaurant in Section 14.
The furious pace of the match had the fans’ hearts thumping as they cheered and booed in equal measure, depending on how their beloved blue shirts were performing.
Game time: Malaysian fans (left pic) celebrating the goal as they watch the match on a TV screen in Bukit Mertajam, Penang Wednesday night while Indonesian fans looking glum as they watch at the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
There was a loud cheer at the end when Safee Sali was selected for the Top Scorer award.
Ecstatic fan Noorazlee Abdullah, 44, lauded both teams.
“I’m very, very happy. The game was fair and both sides performed excellently. All I can say is, Malaysia is the best!” he exclaimed.
At another restaurant in Aman Suria, student Muhammad Syafiq Zahari said Indonesia’s first goal had him on the edge of the seat.
“But I’m so proud we won! Goalkeeper Khairul Fahmi Che Mat was absolutely steady and confident ... he was great,” he said.
Meanwhile, Indonesian fans – despite their team trailing 3-0 from the first leg – had hoped for a miracle, and that their team would give Malaysia a thrashing.
Daniel Yen, 23, had predicted a 5-0 Indonesian win. “I am 100% excited even though I am studying in Australia now,” he said in a phone interview before the match.
Huge support: Malaysian supporters watching the match against Indonesia at a restaurant in Seksyen 7, Shah Alam Wednesday night.
Psychology graduate Ingrid Chaiyanli, 20, said she did not hold any personal grudge against the Malaysian fans who had shone laser pointer beams at the Indonesian players in Bukit Jalil.
At Dataran Merdeka, thousands of supporters turned up to watch the live telecast of match.
Most supporters wore yellow jerseys and repeatedly cheered Malaysia Boleh!
UiTM Seri Iskandar student Shaidatul Aishah Azha said her family from Selayang did not regret making the trip as the atmosphere was really electrifying.
Pensioner Abdul Kader Razak was happy to be among the crowd supporting the Malaysian team.
“I was standing throughout the game but I did not feel tired at all,” he said.
Marketing officer M Helmi Husni said events like this not only united the different races but helped local businesses to generate income.
His company had a booth which sold Malaysian jerseys, flags as well as football merchandise.
Thursday December 30, 2010
Malaysia clinches victory at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium
JAKARTA: It was a sea of red and white at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium last night.
Never had there been such an overwhelming show of support for “Timnas” (national team) Indonesia even though they had lost 0-3 to Malaysia in the first leg of the Suzuki Cup Asean Football Federation (AFF) Championships final at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil on Sunday.
It was a sellout crowd of 95,000 spectators, mostly red-hot hostile fans.
Some 10,000 policemen were deployed to check security inside and outside the Bung Karno Stadium.
We are the champions: The Malaysian team celebrating with their trophy after winning the AFF Suzuki Cup 2010 final at the Gelora Bung Karno stadium in Jakarta Wednesday night. — GLENN GUAN/The Star
Armoured vehicles were near the pitch, showing that the police were ready for any eventualities.
There was a real Cup final atmosphere with fans clad in the Indonesian national colours, fancy head gears and colourful banners.
Uruguayan-born striker Christian Gonzales, Indo-Dutch Irfan Bacdim and local hero Bambang Pamungkas were crowd favourites.
Some had messages to inspire and fire up the “Garuda”, the nickname for the Indonesian national team.
Fiery atmosphere: Police trucks entering the Gelora Bung Karno stadium before the start of the match in Jakarta Wednesday.
They read: “Garuda Di Dada Ku, TIMNAS Kebanggaanku”, “Ayo Bambang, Kamu Pasti Bisa” and “Bangun Sepakbola Indonesia Menuju Prestasi”.
The stadium was filled to the brim two hours before the kick-off. They were entertained to a live band performance by celebrities and artistes, making the atmosphere carnival-like.
National coach K. Rajagopal, manager Datuk Subahan Kamal, assistant secretary of the FA of Malaysia (FAM) Kelly Sathiraj and assistant coach Tan Cheng Hoe were given a hostile reception when they walked onto the pitch to check on the playing conditions.
The fans showed the thumbs down sign and jeered at them before their Indonesian counterparts led by Austrian coach Alfred Riedl trooped in to a rousing welcome.
It was the same when the national anthem was played. The Indonesian fans showed their ugly side, jeering and gesturing at the Malaysians when the Negaraku was played.
nukilan hati hang nadim
Tahniah..... Wira Negara ingat apa pun provokasi dan ejekan
di buat.....menakutkan dengan gelagat yang meankutkan kita
kita tetap berjaya dengan kehendak Allah biarkan mereka dengan
sikap kebudak budakan tetapi kita rakyat Malaysia tetap dengan
Disiplin dan rendah diri menghormati undang-undang dan menjaga
tatasusila persahabatan terutama bangsa serumpun....Besyukur
kepada Allah....Wira kita selamat pancaran leser pun ada tetapi
wira negara tidak gentar dan tidak mengajak rakan keluar padang
Terima Kasih Kerajaan Indonesia ,Pasukan Keselamatan dan juga
Rakyat Indonesia yang berdisiplin dan menghormati persaudaraan
dan memahami ini adalah Sukan bukan peperangan.
Hang Nadim Bersama Polisi Indonesia di Jalan Durian Medan 1983
Bersama sahabat Bapak T. Sufian.....di Medan 1983
di mana Pak T sufian.....hubungi saya Pak....