29 Nov '14, 4pm

#AFFSuzukiCup: 'Malaysian players thought it was a goal kick', claim Lions of penalty decision htt…

#AFFSuzukiCup: 'Malaysian players thought it was a goal kick', claim Lions of penalty decision htt…

For nearly 15 minutes, Oman referee Al Kaf Ahmed and his assistants were prisoners on the National Stadium pitch. Accompanied by angry shouts, water bottles rained in from Singapore fans, furious with a controversial penalty in the dying minutes that handed Malaysia back the lead and a semi-final spot in the Asean Football Federation Suzuki Cup. At 1-1, with the hosts on course for the point they needed to qualify, Ahmed pointed to the spot when Shakir Hamzah and Hafiz Sujad were adjudged to have fouled Malaysia forward Amri Yahyah in mid-air. Replays showed it was a harsh decision as Amri was already falling as the ball sailed over his head. According to a Singapore team official who declined to be named, referee Ahmed said he awarded the penalty based on his assistant's advice, but refused to pinpoint the culprit. "From my view, it didn't look like a penalty," said downc...

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