2018 PKNS F.C. season

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PKNS
2018 season
PresidentSiti Zubaidah Abdul Jabar
ManagerMahfizul Rusydin Abdul Rashid
Head Coach K. Rajagobal
Stadium Shah Alam Stadium
(Capacity: 80,372)
Super League 3rd
FA Cup Semi-finals
Malaysia Cup Quarter-finals
Top goalscorerLeague:
Rafael Ramazotti
Bruno Matos (7)

All:
Rafael Ramazotti (13)
  2017
2019  

The 2018 season is PKNS's 5th season in the top flight of Malaysian football, the Malaysia Super League after being promoted from 2016 Malaysia Premier League.

Contents

Club officials

PositionStaff
Head Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Rajagobal
Assistant Head Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Adam Abdullah
Goalkeeping Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Faozi
Fitness Coach Flag of Slovakia.svg Matus Bozik
Assistant Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairul Abu Zahar
Team Doctor Flag of Malaysia.svg Dr.Vijayan Munusamy

Transfers

First transfer

Mid season transfer

Pre-season and friendlies

DateOpponentsH / AResult
F–A
Scorers
15 December 2017 Negeri Sembilan H 1–1
23 December 2017 PKNP H 2–0 Khyril, Morales
30 December 2017 Kuala Lumpur A 0–1
6 January 2018 PKNP A 3–1 Safee, Morales, Nurridzuan
20 January 2018 Pattaya United A 1–1 Safee
23 January 2018 Police Tero A 0–2
26 January 2018 Gyeongnam A 1–1

Malaysia Super League

DateOpponentsH / AResult
F–A
Scorers, BookingsLeague
position
3 February 2018 Terengganu A 2–2 Qayyum 39', Ramazotti 69'5th
7 February 2018 Pahang H 1–0 Safee 90+2'4th
10 February 2018 Perak A 2–0 Ramazotti (2) 2', 63'1st
25 February 2018 Kedah H 3–4 Faris 32', Mahali (2) 47', 90+5'4th
9 March 2018 Kelantan H 1–0 Faris 40'3rd
14 April 2018 Johor Darul Ta'zim A 0–3 5th
27 April 2018 PKNP H 1–1 Nurridzuan 90+4'5th
2 May 2018 Kuala Lumpur A 1–2 Faris 45'6th
5 May 2018 Melaka United H 2–0 Ramazotti 69', Safee 80'4th
13 May 2018 Kuala Lumpur H 3–2 Safee 10', Faris 38', Acosta 51'6th
23 May 2018 Melaka United A 1–1 Jafri 43'6th
27 May 2018 Johor Darul Ta'zim H 0–0 6th
3 June 2018 Negeri Sembilan A 1–3 Morales 73'6th
6 June 2018 Selangor A 1–2 Safee 43'6th
10 June 2018 Selangor H 2–2 Ramazotti (2) 18', 90+2'6th
19 June 2018 Kelantan A 2–0 Matos (2) 4', 87'6th
26 June 2018 Kedah A 0–2 6th
11 July 2018 Negeri Sembilan H 5–3 Faris 11', Safee 25', Matos 31', Morales 47', Khyril 90+2'6th
14 July 2018 Terengganu H 4–0 Matos (2)16' (pen.), 31', Anderson 38', Jafri 66'6th
18 July 2018 PKNP A 1–0 Faris 5'3rd
21 July 2018 Pahang A 0–1 5th
28 July 2018 Perak H 4–1 Matos (2) 3', 79', Ramazotti 40', Morales 90+4'3rd
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Johor Darul Ta'zim (C)221921479+3859Qualification for the AFC Champions League group stage
2 Perak 2210663527+836Qualification for the AFC Champions League second preliminary round
3 PKNS 2210573729+835
4 Pahang 229763521+1434
5 Terengganu 2210483231+134
Source: FAM, FMLLP
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.

Malaysia FA Cup

DateRoundOpponentsH / AResult
F–A
ScorersAttendance
2 March 2018Second round Hanelang H 4–1 Jafri 10', Morales 38', Ramazotti 57', Nurridzuan 70'
17 March 2018Third round Kelantan H 4–1 Morales 15', Mahali 42', Safee 60', Ramazotti 65'
7 April 2018Quarter-final First leg Perak H 2–1 Faris 25', Safee 89'
21 April 2018Quarter-final Second leg Perak A 2–2 Rodney 55', Gurusamy 64' (pen.)
23 June 2018Semi-final First leg Selangor A 0–4
30 June 2018Semi-final Second leg Selangor H 1–1 Alif Haikal 90'

Malaysia Cup

Group stage

DateOpponentsH / AResult
F–A
ScorersAttendanceGroup
position
5 August 2018 PDRM A 5–2 Morales 26' (pen.), Daniel 47', Faris 63', Ramazotti 73', Safee 90+1'1st
11 August 2018 Melaka United A 3–3 Morales 87', Matos 90+1', Ramazotti 90+3'1st
19 August 2018 Felda United H 2–3 Faris 16', Ramazotti 90+3'2nd
28 August 2018 Felda United A 0–1 Mahali 11'2nd
1 September 2018 Melaka United H 2–1 Morales 24', Ramazotti 66'2nd
15 September 2018 PDRM H 5–0 Jafri 4', Matos 13', 21', 77', Faizat 54',1st

Knock-stage

DateOpponentsH / AResult
F–A
ScorersAttendanceRound
position
25 September 2018 Perak TBG A 0–0Quarter-finals leg 1
30 September 2018 Perak TBG H 0–2Quarter-finals leg 2
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification PKNS FEL MEL PDRM
1 PKNS 6411189+913Quarter-finals 2–3 2–1 5–0
2 Felda United 6312119+210 0–1 0–0 2–0
3 Melaka United 6231189+99 3–3 6–1 2–2
4 PDRM 6015525201 2–5 0–5 1–6
Updated to match(es) played on 15 September 2018. Source: FAM FMLLP

Statistics

Squad appearances

No.Pos.NameLeagueFA CupMalaysia CupTotalDiscipline
AppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals Yellow card.svg Red card.svg
1GK Flag of Malaysia.svg Zarif Irfan 4+7007+311+1010
2DF Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Reuben 90300(1)012(1)000
3DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of Ghana.svg Rodney Celvin 14(2)0615025(2)160
4DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of England.svg Daniel Ting 13(4)05(1)04(2)122(7)151
5MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrul Azhar 4(3)01(2)0005(5)010
6MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Nik Shahrul Azim 110207(1)020(1)040
7MF Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Gurusamy 9(6)02(1)16017(7)140
8DF Flag of Australia (converted).svg Zac Anderson 201108029120
9FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Jafri Firdaus Chew 8(5)23(2)4(1)1014(8)331
10FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Safee Sali 9(10)52(2)21(3)112(15)860
11MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Nazrin Syamsul 2(2)000002(2)000
12DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Qayyum Marjoni 14(2)10(1)05(1)019(4)120
14MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Khyril Muhymeen 2(8)10(2)03(2)05(12)100
15DF Flag of Malaysia.svg P. Gunalan 3(1)0301(1)07(2)000
16MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Nurridzuan Abu Hassan 1(2)10(2)0405(4)200
17DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Azmizi Azmi 100500015010
18MF Flag of Malaysia.svg M. Sivakumar 4(3)01(2)0207(5)020
19MF Flag of Brazil.svg Bruno Matos 972044151110
20FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Faizat Ghazli 0(2)0002(3)12(5)100
21MF Flag of Colombia.svg Romel Morales 20(1)3628334(1)821
22GK Flag of Malaysia.svg Tauffiq Ar Rasyid 2+22–4004–200
23MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Alif Haikal 0(4)00(1)10(2)00(7)100
24DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Annas Rahmat 0(1)000202(1)000
25GK Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahril Saa'ri 16+14+71021+800
28DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Mahali Jasuli 8(7)24(1)15(1)117(9)440
29FW Flag of Brazil.svg Rafael Ramazotti 20(1)75(1)27431(2)1320
30MF Flag of Singapore.svg Faris Ramli 20(1)6513228(1)900
Left club during season
19MF Flag of Argentina.svg Jonathan Acosta 10(1)1400014(1)100

Statistics accurate as of 30 September 2018. [4]

Clean sheets

RnkNo.PlayerLeagueFA CupLeague CupTotal
125 Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahril Saa'ri 5016
21 Flag of Malaysia.svg Zarif Irfan 2013
322 Flag of Malaysia.svg Tauffiq Ar Rasyid 1001

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