24 Jul '11, 2am

Sports | Fans wary of wounded Tigers

SINGAPORE - As Bahraini referee Nawaf Shukralla was about to blow for half-time, a scuffle broke out in the gallery between a section of the visiting Malaysian supporters and security personnel. One Malaysian fan was sent to hospital after falling awkwardly in the melee. That brief episode illustrated the tense but exciting encounter on the pitch when Causeway rivals Singapore and Malaysia clashed in the first leg of their second round 2014 World Cup (Asian Zone) qualifier at the Jalan Besar Stadium last night. The Lions won 5-3. One Malaysian supporter, who only identified himself as Jay, claimed the fracas started after a paper cup was thrown onto the pitch, by one of the 1,000-odd visiting fans, after midfielder Shi Jiayi put the hosts 4-1 up after 45 minutes. Security personnel identified the alleged culprit, but Jay claimed they got the wrong person which led to the s...

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