IT looks like PNSB have created a record in the Football Association of Selangor (FAS) League.
PNSB, chasing a quarter-final spot in the Super Division, went on a scoring spree and blasted newcomers H-SJFC 17-0 in a Group A match at the Mini Stadium in Shah Alam.
Following the massive win, PNSB, one of the seasoned teams in the FAS League, have strengthened their claim for a top four spot in Group A.
For H-SJFC, it has been an embarrassing outing as they have yet to win a match in the league in eight fixtures. They have become the whipping boys and have conceded 72 goals.
With goal difference probably deciding the top four spots in Group A, PNSB took advantage of their weak opponents and collected maximum points.
G-Belaru goalkepeer Muhammad Sattah Sarrin gets to teh ball during a corner kick
PNSB are involved in a keen battle with four other teams – TLDM, Belia Selangor A, Shah Alam City Council and Kuala Langat District Football Association – for the top four spots in Group A.
Belia Selangor A defeated AirAsia 3-0 in their last group match. Leading the 10-team table with 20 points, Belia Selangor A are certain of a place in the last eight. TLDM, with one match in hand, are second on 19 points.
Shah Alam City Council and Kuala Langat District Football Association have 16 points and a match in hand. PNSB are fifth on 13 points with two matches remaining.
Team Force, the FA Cup runners-up, have lost their chance after losing 3-0 to Anak Kalumpang.
In Group B, former champions Emkay-NPNG, fresh from winning the FA Cup, have qualified for the quarter-finals together with PKNS.
In Division One, SB Serampunk were held to a 1-1 draw by G-Belarau in a Group D match at the SMK Kelana Jaya.
SB Serampunk took the lead in the 11th minute when Muhammad Syahir Asyraf Shariffudin scored. However G. Belarau were on level terms in the 42nd minute through a goal by Khairul Azaman Surhan.
The draw was a blow to SB Serampunk’s hopes of qualifying for the quarter-finals. B2FC, with one match in hand on 31 points have qualified for the last eight. Two teams – Belia MISC-MIFA and Iman PJH are involved in a two way battle for the remaining one slot in Group D.
Belia MISC-MIFA have 27 points from 11 matches while Iman PJH have 22 points from 10 matches. Belia MISC-MIFA have one match and Iman PJH have two matches in hand to go.
SS Putra and PKNS Academy, from Group C have qualified for the quarter-finals.
Group A: PNSB bt H-SJFC 17-0; Anak Kalumpang bt Team Force 3-0; Selangor A bt AirAsia 3-0.
Group B: Sultan Sulaiman Club bt Malaysia Airlines 5-0.
Group A: Selangor Chinese Recreation Club bt MPKE Batu 30 3-1; LH-Tanjung Karang drew P-Subang City 1-1; Kulitkraf bt Victoria 3-0.
Group B: Sri Remaja drew Saridee 1-1; Selangor Indian Football Association –West Country drew Tanjung 3-3; SS Cyber tigers bt Sharpees 2-0; Royal Selangor Club bt Rising Star 5-0.
Group C: Putra Perwira bt Nilam Puri-Dengkil 3-0; Teleflow bt Petaling District Football Association 7-0; Batu Caves bt SV- T Birds 5-0; Nilam Puri-Dengkil drew C-Semerah 0-0.
Group A: Taman Berjaya bt SP SMUTAA 2-1; SR Kota Warisan bt TH-Manjalara 6-1; AU2 Falcon bt Bukit Jalil 3-0; Lembaga Zakat bt Bayu Tinggi 1-0; Bukit Jalil bt PPJ 3-0.
Group B: MMU bt Bukit Lanchong 2-0; Armada Youngstars bt Kapar 2-1; Puchong Rovers bt TPCA 3-2; Waja bt Kapar 2-0; Setia Kelana drew Hulu Langat District Football Association –D’Cell United 1-1; Damansara bt GP-Krigger 10-0.
Group C: PKNS Academy bt Bangsar Magic 6-0; Rose Bukit Badong bt Tiger Rovers 2-0; Crown Pegasus bt Puchong Perdana 1-0; SS Putra bt Kelisa RBFC 4-0.
Group D: SB Serampunk drew G-Belarau 1-1; Tunas Leganda drew IC Serdang 2-2.