Super League: Turtles come from behind to take down Red Giants 2-1

PETALING JAYA: Terengganu came from behind to beat Selangor 2-1 in the Super League at the Petaling Jaya Stadium on Sunday (May 9).

Selangor’s Ifedayo Olusegun got the game's first goal when he buried a penalty in the 50th minute.

Nafuzi Zain’s side, however, refused to bow down and got the equaliser in the 72nd minute through substitute Engku Nur Shakir Engku Yacob.

Captain Carli De Murga scored the winner in the 87th minute as Terengganu go second in the league with 27 points. Selangor remain fifth with 19 points.




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