It’s 0-0 for the 1st Leg of Suzuki Cup 2012 between Azkals and Singapore. According to Coach Weiss, the result is not a win, but it’s a good result. Azkals did not give a chance for visiting team to score an away goal and that’s really a good result for the Philippine Azkals. Azkals put the Lions under pressure for the 2nd leg. For the Azkals, they need to equalize the score to advance to final. If we make at least one goal, Singapore needs 2 goals to win. Nevertheless, Azkals need to concentrate on the away game. Let’s all hope for a better result and cheers for the Azkals.
Malaysia vs. Thai for Group A, 1st Leg
Meanwhile, I watched Malaysia vs Thailand last night for the 1st leg held at National Stadium in Bukit Jalil, Malaysia. The huge stadium was jampacked with football fans who supported their home game with cheers and chants. I was tweeting when a girl tweetmate replied to my updates. She said, it looks like we were only two watching the game via Star Sports and not affected much of Pacquiao’s loss. Malaysia drew 1-1 against Thailand. It was an away goal for Thailand. The 2nd leg would be a big advantage for Thailand, an away goal plus home advantage. I cheered for Thailand because they played so intense but when I watched how Malaysia team played, I changed my mind. Any of the two teams would be a good opponent for Azkals, should Azkals advance to final game. *Keeping my fingers crossed*
AFF Suzuki Cup 2012 Semifinals 2nd leg
Dec 12 8pm Jalan Besar Singapore v Philippines (away game)
Dec 13 7pm Supachalasai Thailand v Malaysia