CONGRATS! HARIMAU MALAYSIA IN “BUNG KARNO” JAKARTA

Posted on November 22, 2011

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Heroic Khairul defends Malaysia’s gold medal in football: AFP pic 

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Indonesia loses, again, to Malaysia in SEA Games final

The Jakarta Post | Mon, 11/21/2011 10:33 PM

 

Indonesia lost to Malaysia in a penalty shootout on Monday in the Southeast Asian Games soccer final at Bung Karno Stadium in Senayan, South Jakarta.

The teams were tied 1-1 until the extra time.

Indonesia scored early in the fourth minute with a header from Gunawan Dwi Cahyo. However, Malaysia controlled the game after Omar Mohamad Asrarudin equalized in the 35th minute.

In the penalty shootout, two Indonesian players failed to score, while only one Malaysian striker failed.

Malaysia previously beat Indonesia 1-0 in the qualifying round.

The Indonesian and Malaysian squads have faced off 13 times in the history of the Southeast Asian Games, ending in six victories for each country and a 0-0 tie during a qualifying match in the 1979 Games.

Two of the nations’ SEA Games matches were final-round showdowns that were held when Indonesia hosted the Games: Malaysia’s 1-0 triumph in 1979 while playing Indonesia and Indonesia’s 1-0 victory in 1987.

Semarang-born local soccer legend Ribut Waidi scored the only goal in 1987’s final match in injury time.

That match was also held at Bung Karno Stadium, then called the Senayan Main Stadium, in Senayan, South Jakarta.

Indonesia has twice won SEA Games soccer gold: first in 1987 and again in 1991, in the Philippines.

Indonesia vs. Malaysia: SEA Games showdown history

2011 Indonesia (1) vs Malaysia (1). Malaysia won 4-3 in a penalty shootout (final)

2011 Indonesia (0) vs Malaysia (1) (qualification round)

2005 Indonesia (0) vs Malaysia (1)

(bronze medal final)

2001 Indonesia (1) vs Malaysia (2) (qualification round)

1999 Indonesia (6) vs Malaysia (0) (qualification round)

1997 Indonesia (4) vs Malaysia (0) (qualification round)

1995 Indonesia (3) vs Malaysia (0) (qualification round)

1991 Indonesia (2) vs Malaysia (0) (qualification round)

1989 Indonesia (0) vs Malaysia (2) (qualification round)

1987 Indonesia (1) vs Malaysia (0) (final round)

1985 Indonesia (0) vs Malaysia (1) (bronze final)

1979 Indonesia (0) vs Malaysia (1) (final round)

1979 Indonesia (0) vs Malaysia (0) (qualification round)

1977 Indonesia (2) vs Malaysia (1) (qualification round)

Post Comments |  Comments (15)

fauzi | Mon, 21/11/2011 – 23:11pm

every game has its loser & winners and tonight we know who won. however both team displayed remarkable performance until the bitter end. congrats to both team for a great game..

SINTORA HARIMAU JADIAN | Mon, 21/11/2011 – 23:11pm

As Pele Said ” the ball is round… and it keep on rolling”

unfortunately it rolls into the Garuda’s gawang

taufik | Mon, 21/11/2011 – 23:11pm

nice Games but at the End Malaysia turn out to be the winner. For Indonesia – We beat U at your Home Ground – 2x OK.

Sha | Mon, 21/11/2011 – 23:11pm

Congrats to indonesia players for good sportsmanship thruout the game. Well i apologise For being sceptical before the game but your players graciously accept the defeat and that tells us that not all indonesian and malaysian hate each other let footbal be the icon of peace and togetherness between us , well done indonesia and well done malaysia. What a good game and both teams win.

Malaysian Supporters | Mon, 21/11/2011 – 23:11pm

Both teams have played a magnificent game.But luck is on Malaysia’s side. Let us show a sportsmanship spirit among others and stay positive. Looking forward for a Garuda vs Harimau game in the future

adira | Mon, 21/11/2011 – 23:11pm

It was a great game, cngratulation to both teams..

Dominic peter | Mon, 21/11/2011 – 23:11pm

Fantastic malaysia

Comments:

Very rare that we hear positive comments from Indonesian spectators if their team were to lose against Malaysia. But tonight both Indonesians and Malaysians  gave almost equally positive assessment and opinions after the game. Congratulations to both Malaysia and Indonsia. Keep up the good sporting spirit. 

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