Turtles rack up second win in Super League after downing S'gor 3-1 at Sultan Mizan Stadium

A file picture of Terengganu winger Hakimi Abdullah celebrating a goal.

PETALING JAYA: It was an end-to-end affair, but home side Terengganu came out the victors in Kuala Nerus.

The Turtles got their second win of the Super League season by beating Selangor 3-1 at the Sultan Mizan Stadium on Tuesday (March 9).

Jamaican striker Jordan Mintah scored the first goal in the 35th minute, and Rahmat Makasuf doubled the advantage in the 61st minute.

Selangor reduced the deficit in the 74th minute through an own goal from Terengganu’s centreback Shahrul Nizam Ros Hani, but winger Hakimi Abdullah ended any hopes of a Selangor comeback when he scored his second personal goal of the season in the 94th minute.




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