Harimau Malaysia get the best boost ahead of the AFF Suzuki Cup after a 2-1 victory over Papua New Guinea in a friendly match at the Shah Alam Stadium, just now. The victory not only motivate a player, even Harimau Malaysia also managed to take revenge after losing to the same team on a tour of Oceania last June. PNG, ranked 159th worldwide, did not play in any competitive action since the meeting in Malaysia last June 16 because of all the football facilities in the country closed to make way for the Women’s World Cup preparations under 20 years are recommended starting today. Inhabiting the world ranking 164th, Malaysia are drawn in Group B will start the AFF Cup campaign against Cambodia, next Sunday, before facing Vietnam (November 23) and host Myanmar (26 November).
Source : Internet