Two goal at the second half from Yusof Salleh before Abu Bakar Mahari score the winning goal 6 minutes to the stopage time allowed DPMM FC to clinch a 2-1 victory over Korean Super Reds FC.
Despite falling behind to Korean striker Jeon Byung Euk who score from the penalty spot in the 11th minute, DPMM FC hauled back into the game coming out of the changing room. Filled with more than 10,000 local supporters, the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium began to rock when Yusof Salleh break level 1-1 after 61st minute through his superb free-kick.
6 minutes to stoppage time, the first DPMM FC scorer from the first game in Singapore last week, Abu Bakar Mahari put his side on the lead for the first time-he fired the winning goal after the goalies stumble for the ball.
The head coach, Vjeran Simunic (picture) is more than happy to comments about the game. "I like to see more supporters for the next game here," Simunic. We are hungry to play football, now it's the time to score and win. "We had more than enough talented local players, injury is not a major problem right now," Simunic.
From the two game so far, DPMM FC now moved to fourth position with four points, thus keeping the pressure on the remaining team to test their capability. Another game last night at Choa Chu Kang Stadium, Singapore, SAFFC beat Home United 3-1. SAFFC remain at the top table followed by Gombak. Third place, Home United shared four points with DPMM FC.