Singapore, Palestine, World Cup Qualifier

Singapore, Palestine

Shakir, Safuwan score as Singapore pip Palestine 2-1



Shakir, Safuwan score as Singapore pip Palestine 2-1


Singapore bagged the first win of their World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign, upsetting Palestine 2-1 at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Tuesday (Sept 10).

Singapore, meanwhile, were impressive in their opener against Yemen, but could only muster a 2-2 draw at the National Stadium on the same day.

In front of a sell-out crowd of 6,011, Singapore went ahead after just three minutes, following some frenetic pressing saw them win the ball in the Palestine box, before left wing-back Shakir Hamzah rifled home.

Read more: The New Paper

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