They may be leading 3-1 after the first leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup final, but the Lions are not about to pop the champagne just yet.
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Fourth Suzuki Cup final goal to claim an unprecedented fourth Asean title. That would be truly a spectacular finish for Khairul Amri’s campaign.
It was a one-two punch that was born after hours of homework in a room, it didn’t work for 61 minutes of the match, but the blood-red men stuck with it.
TNP PICTURE: ARIFFIN JAMAR
This man must have ice coursing through his veins.
CHRISTMAS came early for at least one Lions fan yesterday.
TNP PICTURE: Benjamin Seetor
IT IS Singapore's title to lose.
That was the consensus football experts came to after the Lions' thrilling 3-1 win over Thailand in the first leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup final at the Jalan Besar Stadium last night.
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WOULD you pay $600 for a pair of tickets for tonight’s AFF Suzuki Cup final?
It appears that some fans would part with that exorbitant price to be in the crowd at Jalan Besar Stadium when Singapore play Thailand.
TNP PHOTO: Benjamin Seetor
HE HAS been the War Elephants’ most potent weapon during their AFF Suzuki Cup campaign this year.
They were born just 42 days apart. They both played in Europe, before their coaching careers took them to the Middle East and, now, South-east Asia.
In the last few days, Khairul Amri gets asked the same question everywhere he goes.
“How bro, can score in the final again or not?”
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