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KUCHING: Sarawak coach Robert Alberts was happy with the 5-3 win over Pahang UiTM but disappointed about the three goals conceded in their last match.

Make no mistake, he is overall happy as the three points won are more important as he is taking the fight to leaders Sime Darby to just two points.

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Sarawak are now also six points away from the chasing team, Johor who are one place below in third position.

Bobby Gonzalez was the toast of the team with four goals to take his personal tally to 10 league goals, while Zamri Morshidi also got a lucky break with the one goal which was scored with a lot of rebounds and he managed to hit home.

After five-goals up, Sarawak were cruising before they were jolted by a penalty given to their opponents which, according to Alberts, should not have been given and that penalty caused the Sarawak players to slacken a little.

Despite the fact that Sime Darby also won big with a 5-1 win over Sabah and playing away to Sabah in Kota Kinabalu, Alberts, who spoke to Sabah officials after the match, was told that the Sabah defence were weakened by the absence of their foreign defender which gave Sime Darby the edge in their attacks.

“We may be disappointed about the three goals conceded but we are very happy that we were able to score five goals to take all three points, which is the good part.

“For we got closer on points which give us a very important opportunity to stay close to Sime Darby and take us another three points away from Johor.

“We were happy with the five goals with Bobby (Gonzalez) scoring four goals, with assists mostly from Azizan (Baba).

“In the second half, we kept pressing and only slackened after the penalty was given as the players were disappointed and felt let down a little,” said Alberts.

The Sarawak coach said that Bosnian player Muamer Silabasic did not play as he had a slight hamstring problem and only in the last five minutes did he play to give him a slight run-in.

He said Junior Eld’stal who started his first match did very well as he supplied many balls forward with his fine distribution game.

Source: New Sarawak Tribune