Sarawak players rating and performance

Shaiful Wazizi (8.5)
Steady game by the young keeper. Made 3 outstanding saves in the first half. Distribution was on point throughout the game.

Adam Shreen (7.5)
Calm at the back. Good passing from deep. Was caught out a few times when Terengganu launched long balls into the box. Came to Sarawak’s rescue with a goal line clearance.

Pedro (7.5)
For a tall man, he doesn’t seem comfortable with balls pumped into the box. Slowly gelling with Shreen. Does well as an outlet for the short passing game Sarawak is currently favouring.

Rahman (6.5)
Still a young player. A bit rash and slow in tracking back. Improved as the game went on.

Badrul (7)
Played an important role on the left both in attack and defence. Tired after 60 minutes but had a decent game.

Shamie (6)
Played well and as usual, offered speed on the right. Unfortunately injured in the 1st half.

Georgi Kinkladze (6.5)
A talented player. Gave his best but needs to be more intelligent on the ball.

Alif (6.5)
In and out of the game. Never really imposed himself but was always willing to run with the ball.

Azizi (8)
Starting to look the part. The past 3 games has seen him anchor the Sarawak midfield well. He played the simple passes tonight, more often than not finding a team mate. The Busquets role suits him. Always available to receive the ball and keeps the team ticking.

Hudson (8.5)
Held the ball up well. Found and created space for his team mates. First goal was good but his second was better. Played an important role with Sarawak playing with only 1 striker.

Bobby (7.5)
Lead the line well. His experience showed. This allowed, Kinkladze, Hudson and Rahim space to attack. Still a vital player for Sarawak.

Rahim (6.5)
Asrin (6.5)
Awangku Kamaruddin (-)

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