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Malaysia

By ESPN Staff
1 day ago

Highlights: Thailand 2-0 Malaysia

2010 winners Malaysia fell to three-time champions Thailand in the first leg of the Suzuki Cup final.

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Fadhli: Bangkok win in Suzuki Cup final will be my payback against Thais

Malaysia will be looking to continue their shock run through the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup when they face favourites Thailand in Bangkok in the first leg of the final on Wednesday.

Centre-back Mohd Fadhli Shas has a personal reason for wanting Malaysia to produce a positive result in Wednesday's first leg final against Thailand at Bangkok's Rajamangala Stadium.

Talking to The Star, the 23-year-old Johor Darul Takzim (JDT) defender explained that in addition to setting up this weekend's home leg in Kuala Lumpur he wants to enjoy a "payback" moment against the Thais.

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Dollah: Malaysia can turn tables on Thailand in 2nd leg of AFF final

2010 winners Malaysia fell to three-time champions Thailand in the first leg of the Suzuki Cup final.

Malaysia are capable overturning a two-goal deficit to win their second AFF Suzuki Cup title, according to head coach Dollah Salleh.

The 2010 champions host Thailand at the National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, having lost 2-0 in Wednesday's away leg in Bangkok.

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"We still have 90 minutes to go. It's not easy to play in the second leg after losing 0-2, but, in football, anything can happen and I'm confident we can do better at the (National Stadium) in Bukit Jalil," Dollah told www.affsuzukicup.com.

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The homegrown coach who put pride back in the Malaysia shirt

Greeting fans before a 2011 friendly in Australia, Malaysia's Suzuki Cup winning coach K. Rajagobal remains a popular figure in the Asia-Pacific region.

Dollah Salleh has a chance to earn Southeast Asian football immortality when he leads Malaysia out against Thailand in front of 90,000 spectators at Kuala Lumpur's Bukit Jalil Stadium on Saturday. As his predecessor as national coach will tell you, lifting the AFF Suzuki Cup can change your life.

In 2010, Dato K. Rajagobal defied the odds to win the two-legged final against tournament co-hosts, Indonesia. His side were thrashed 5-1 in the group stages at Jakarta's Gelora Bung Karno Stadium and yet...