Super League: Selangor trounce Perak 3-1

PETALING JAYA: Selangor’s Ifedayo Olusegun showed that he remains the deadliest striker in the Super League after helping the Red Giants trounce Perak 3-1 at the Petaling Jaya Stadium on Saturday (April 10).

The Nigerian striker scored a hattrick in the eighth, 31st and 71st minute of the game, while substitute Farid Khazali scored Perak’s consolation in the 93rd minute.

Selangor move to sixth with 11 points while Perak remain in eighth with eight points.

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