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Malaysia Cup: LionsXII out, despite winning Pahang 2-1
Malaysia Cup: LionsXII out, despite winning Pahang 2-1

SINGAPORE: In Malaysia Cup action, the LionsXII beat Pahang 2-1 at the Darul Makmur Stadium on Friday evening (Aug 29). Despite the win, Fandi Ahmad's men are out of the competition as Pahang and Felda United top Group A to advance to the next stage....

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