Red Giants leave it late to beat PJ City 2-1


PJ City player Tamilmaran Manimaran (right) holds the ball off Selangor's Jordan Ayimbila in the Super League match on May 2, 2021. Selangor won 2-1. - Bernama

PETALING JAYA: Selangor came from behind to beat Petaling Jaya City 2-1 in the Super League at the Petaling Jaya Stadium on Sunday (May 2).

Young winger V. Ruventhiran drew first blood for the Phoenix when he scored in the 25th minute, but Ifedayo Olusegun made sure the Red Giants ended the game with three points when he scored in the 88th and 93rd minutes.

With the draw, Selangor remain in fifth place in the table with 18 points, while PJ City stay at sixth with 14.

Meanwhile, in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah also came from behind to beat Perak 2-1 at the Likas Stadium. Nazirul Naim first scored for Perak in the 26th minute, but goals from Amri Yahyah (65th) and Levy Madinda (79th) ensured the Rhinos got the three points.

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