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 By Nicolas Anil

Andik's double Selangor mission in Malaysia Cup final vs. Kedah

Selangor's poor season in the Super League leads John WIlkinson to believe Kedah can best them in the Malaysia Cup final.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey gives an inside look at the 2015 Malaysia Cup final as Selangor were crowned champions for the 33rd time.

Selangor winger Andik Vermansyah will be on a dual mission in the Malaysia Cup final on Sunday.

Victory against Kedah at the Shah Alam Stadium would not only make him the only Indonesian to claim two Malaysia Cup titles for the Red Giants, it would also spark rapturous celebrations in his homeland.

"This is my second Cup final, and one I am hungry to win to break the Bambang [Pamungkas] record," Andik told ESPN FC, with a smile.

Bambang was another Indonesian crowd favourite with Selangor, and inspired...

 By Nicolas Anil

Indonesia's return from exile spurs Andik and Selangor in Malaysia Cup

Selangor captain Andik Vermanshah
Andik, second from right, became Selangor's captain in August after returning from an injury layoff.

Hitting new highs for club and country, Indonesia winger Andik Vermanshah is targeting a second consecutive appearance in the Malaysia Cup final with Selangor.

The Red Giants defeated PKNS FC 1-0 at Shah Alam Stadium on Saturday night for a 5-4 victory on aggregate in the quarterfinals, booking a date in the last four with T-Team.

Indeed, the past six weeks have been nothing but happy clouds for Andik, who was named Selangor captain in August after returning from a five-week injury layoff.


 By Nicolas Anil

Malaysia's Ong Kim Swee says 'a long way to go' after Indonesia drubbing

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss the defensive mistakes that led to a heavy defeat for Malaysia in an AFF Cup warm-up.

Malaysia coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee lamented two costly individual errors in the first half in a 3-0 friendly defeat to Indonesia in Solo on Tuesday, admitting he has a long way to go to prepare a competent unit for November's AFF Suzuki Cup.

Kim Swee's side fell to an Indonesia team making a return after a one-year hiatus from the international scene after they were banned by FIFA for government interference on football matters in May 2015.

But, it was the visitors who were made to look rusty throughout...

 By Nicolas Anil

Malaysia concede three goals in 21 minutes in loss to Indonesia

Indonesia forward Irfan Bachdim
Irfan Bachdim scored the second goal for Indonesia in their 3-0 win over Malaysia in Solo.

Malaysia suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat to Indonesia in an international friendly on Tuesday night, conceding three times in the first 21 minutes in Solo.

The home team were playing in their first competitive match in a year after FIFA banned them for government interference in football matters. And yet, they dominated proceedings in the AFF Suzuki Cup warm up game at Manahan Stadium.

The hosts did not show any signs of rustiness and prised open the Malaysians after just six minutes. Fadhli Shas...