TNP PICTURE: ARIFFIN JAMAR
His new team have played three games, he has hit the bar twice against Tanjong Pagar United and saw efforts cleared off the line – one against Geylang International and another against Courts Young Lions.
BRUNEI DPMM 0
BALESTIER KHALSA 2
(Zulkiffli Hassim 80, Park Kang Jin 86)
For Brunei DPMM, it is all about completing their unfinished business.
TNP PICTURE: JONATHAN CHOO
They entered the game as firm favourites and had the added incentive of achieving a historic double. And Balestier Khalsa’s Prime League team did not disappoint.
TNP PHOTO: Jonathan Choo
HARIMAU Muda are facing a fixture pile-up after their S-League match with Balestier Khalsa was called off at Yishun Stadium last night due to inclement weather.
TNP PICTURE: KELVIN CHNG
BALESTIER 1 HOME 0
Another match against Home United, another shut-out for Balestier Khalsa.
PICTURE: COURTESY OF FAS
At the end of his side’s 3-1 win over Balestier Khalsa last night, Brunei DPMM coach Vjeran Simunic was asked if his side were on course for the S-League title.
TNP PICTURE: CHOO CHWEE HUA
YOU would have thought Darren Stewart would be a happy man at the final whistle at the Toa Payoh Stadium last night.
TNP PICTURE: BENJAMIN SEETOR
As one continues to soar, the other can’t seem to stop its slide down the table.
TNP PICTURE: YAP NING
For the past two weeks Zulkiffli Hassim was on reservist duty as a driver in Taiwan.
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