2020 Malaysia Super League

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Malaysia Super League
Season 2020
Dates28 February – 31 October 2020
Champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (7th title)
Relegated PDRM FA
Felda United
AFC Champions League Johor Darul Ta'zim
AFC Cup Kedah
Terengganu
Matches played66
Goals scored218 (3.3 per match)
Top goalscorer Ifedayo Olusegun
(12 goals)
Biggest home win7 goals
JDT 7–0 Perak
(4 September 2020)
Biggest away win7 goals
PDRM 0–7 Selangor
(3 October 2020)
Highest scoring7 goals
Kedah 3–4 Terengganu
(7 March 2020)
JDT 7–0 Perak
(4 September 2020)
JDT 6–1 Selangor
(19 September 2020)
PDRM 0–7 Selangor
(3 October 2020)
Selangor 6–1 Felda United
(10 October 2020)
Longest winning run5 matches
Kedah
Longest unbeaten run11 matches
JDT
Longest winless run11 matches
PDRM
Longest losing run5 matches
PDRM
Total attendance178,443 (matches played behind closed doors are not included)
Average attendance9,914 (matches played behind closed doors are not included)
2019
2021

The 2020 Malaysia Super League (Malay : Liga Super Malaysia 2020), known as the CIMB Bank Liga Super Malaysia 2020 for sponsorship reasons, was the 17th season of the Malaysia Super League, the top-tier professional football league in Malaysia.

Contents

Johor Darul Ta'zim were the defending champions, having won their sixth title the previous season.

The first transfer window was from 16 January to 15 March 2020.

On 13 March 2020, it was announced that the league would be suspended indefinitely, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. On 1 May, it was announced that the league would resume in September dependent on the situation at the time. Due to time constraints, the home-and-away format has been scrapped. Teams played each other only once, meaning that the champion of the Super League was decided after eleven rounds of matches. [1]

Teams

Changes from last season

Kuala Lumpur and PKNP are relegated to the Malaysia Premier League after finishing bottom and second-bottom respectively in last season's Malaysia Super League. [2]

Sabah and PDRM are promoted after securing their place as champions and 3rd-placed finishers in last season's Malaysia Premier League (runners-up Johor Darul Ta'zim II is ineligible for the Super League due to being the reserve team to Johor Darul Ta'zim). [3] [4]

As PKNS has changed their status as the reserve team to Selangor, they are therefore replaced by the 5th-placed finishers of last season's Malaysia Premier League UiTM (4th-placed finishers Terengganu II is ineligible for the Super League due to being the reserve team to Terengganu FC). [5] [6]

Team changes

Promoted from the 2019 Malaysia Premier League

Relegated to the 2020 Malaysia Premier League

Clubs locations

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JDT
Locations of teams in the 2020 Malaysia Super League

Personnel, kit and sponsoring

TeamHead coachCaptainKit manufacturerMain sponsor
Felda United Flag of Malaysia.svg Nidzam Jamil Flag of Malaysia.svg Jasazrin Jamaluddin FBT Felda
Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Mexico.svg Benjamin Mora Flag of Singapore.svg Hariss Harun Nike [16]
Kedah Flag of Singapore.svg Aidil Sharin Sahak Flag of Malaysia.svg Baddrol Bakhtiar Lotto Chenang Bay
Melaka Flag of Malaysia.svg Zainal Abidin Hassan Flag of Malaysia.svg Safiq Rahim Al-Ikhsan Olympex
Pahang Flag of Malaysia.svg Dollah Salleh [17] Flag of Nigeria.svg Dickson Nwakaeme Umbro Aras Kuasa
PDRM Flag of Malaysia.svg Ishak Kunju Flag of Malaysia.svg Safiee Ahmad Al-Ikhsan RedONE
Perak Flag of Australia (converted).svg Mehmet Duraković [18] Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrul Saad Kelme [19] Visit Perak (home) & Pangkor Duty Free Island (away)
Petaling Jaya Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Devan Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Gurusamy Puma Qnet
Sabah Flag of Indonesia.svg Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto Flag of Malaysia.svg Rawilson Batuil Carino
Selangor Flag of Malaysia.svg B. Sathianathan Flag of Australia (converted).svg Taylor Regan Joma PKNS
Terengganu Flag of Malaysia.svg Nafuzi Zain Flag of England.svg Lee Tuck Al-Ikhsan RedONE
UiTM Flag of Germany.svg Frank Bernhardt Flag of Malaysia.svg Afif Asyraf Adidas (home & away) & Fitech (third) SUKIPT

Foreign players

Southeast Asia (SEA) players are required to have acquired at least 30 international caps for their senior national team with no period restriction on when they are earned while those who has less than 30 international caps will be subjected to MFL approval.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one FIFA and non-FIFA nationality.

TeamPlayer 1Player 2Player 3Asian Player SEA PlayerFormer Players 1
Felda United Flag of Serbia.svg Nikola Raspopović [20] Flag of Gabon.svg Frédéric Bulot [21] Flag of Argentina.svg Nicolas Velez [22] Flag of Japan.svg Ryutaro Megumi [23] Flag of Singapore.svg Khairul Amri [24]
Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Brazil.svg Maurício Flag of Brazil.svg Diogo Flag of Argentina.svg Leandro Velazquez Flag of Iraq.svg Flag of Argentina.svg Gonzalo Cabrera Flag of Singapore.svg Hariss Harun [25]
Kedah Flag of Brazil.svg Renan Alves Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Kipré Tchétché [26] Flag of Liberia.svg Kpah Sherman [26] Flag of the Philippines.svg Flag of Sweden.svg Amin Nazari [27] Flag of Singapore.svg Shakir Hamzah [28]
Melaka Flag of Colombia.svg Romel Morales [29] Flag of Nigeria.svg Uche Agba [30] Flag of Haiti.svg Sony Norde Flag of South Korea.svg Jang Suk-won [31] Flag of Thailand.svg Flag of England.svg Naruphon Wild [32]
Pahang Flag of Brazil.svg Ivan Carlos [33] Flag of France.svg Hérold Goulon [34] Flag of Nigeria.svg Dickson Nwakaeme Flag of the Philippines.svg Flag of England.svg Adam Reed [35] Flag of Lebanon.svg Khalil Khamis [36]
PDRM Flag of Turkmenistan.svg Shohrat Soyunov Flag of Turkmenistan.svg Serdar Geldiyev Flag of Grenada.svg Flag of England.svg Antonio German
Perak Flag of Brazil.svg Leandro [37] Flag of Brazil.svg Careca Flag of Brazil.svg Guilherme Flag of Australia (converted).svg Antony Golec Flag of Cambodia.svg Flag of France.svg Thierry Bin
Petaling Jaya Flag of Brazil.svg Elizeu Flag of Brazil.svg Brandão Flag of Guinea.svg Demba Camara Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Bong-jin [38] Flag of Thailand.svg Anawin Jujeen [39] Flag of the Philippines.svg Flag of England.svg Mark Hartmann
Sabah Flag of Serbia.svg Rodoljub Paunovic Flag of Namibia.svg Petrus Shitembi Flag of France.svg Guy Gnabouyou Flag of South Korea.svg Park Tae-soo Flag of Thailand.svg Flag of Germany.svg Dennis Buschening [40] Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Hector Ramos [41]
Selangor Flag of Brazil.svg Sandro Flag of Nigeria.svg Ifedayo Olusegun Flag of Spain.svg Rufino Segovia [42] Flag of Australia (converted).svg Taylor Regan Flag of Singapore.svg Safuwan Baharudin [43]
Terengganu Flag of Montenegro.svg Argzim Redžović Flag of England.svg Lee Tuck [44] Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Sanjar Shaakhmedov [45] Flag of Japan.svg Flag of Brazil.svg Bruno Suzuki Flag of Singapore.svg Faris Ramli [46] Flag of Senegal.svg Babacar Diallo [47]
Flag of Mauritania.svg Dominique [48]
UiTM Flag of Brazil.svg Gustavo [49] Flag of France.svg Victor Nirennold [49] Flag of France.svg Ousmane Fané [49] Flag of Lebanon.svg Rabih Ataya [49] Flag of the Philippines.svg Flag of England.svg Mark Hartmann [50]


Naturalisation players

ClubPlayer 1Player 2Player 3Player 4
Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Matthew Davies 3 4 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg La'Vere Corbin-Ong 3 4 Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Natxo Insa 3 4 Flag of Kosovo.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Liridon Krasniqi 4
Kedah Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg David Rowley 3 Flag of Japan.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Tam Sheang Tsung 3
Melaka Flag of New Zealand.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Khair Jefri Jones 3 4 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Curran Singh-Ferns 3
Selangor Flag of England.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Nicholas Swirad 3 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Brendan Gan Seng Ling 3 4
Terengganu Flag of Scotland.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Stuart Wark 3 Flag of England.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Darren Lok Yee Deng 3 4

Notes:

^3 Carrying Malaysian heritage.
^4 Participated in the Malaysia national team squad.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Johor Darul Ta'zim (C, Q)11920338+2529Qualification for AFC Champions League group stage
2 Kedah (Q)117132013+722 [lower-alpha 1] Qualification for AFC Cup group stage
3 Terengganu (Q)116142414+1019 [lower-alpha 2]
4 Perak 115332119+218
5 Selangor 114522619+717
6 UiTM 115241715+217
7 Petaling Jaya City 113531716+114
8 Pahang 114251818014
9 Melaka United 114251316311 [lower-alpha 3]
10 Sabah 112361224129
11 Felda United (R)111461227157Relegation to Malaysia Premier League
12 PDRM (R)11029529241 [lower-alpha 4]
Source: Malaysian Football League
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. [Note MAS]
  2. [Note MAS]
  3. Melaka have been docked three points following the decision from FAM. [51]
  4. PDRM have been docked three points following the decision from FAM. [52]

Result table

Home \ Away FEL JDT KED MEL PAH PDRM PRK PJC SBH SEL TFC UiTM
Felda United 1–23–22–21–10–30–1
Johor Darul Ta'zim 1–11–07–04–16–12–1
Kedah 1–02–13–12–03–4
Melaka 0–50–13–11–11–0
Pahang 2–32–12–13–32–01–2
PDRM 1–10–10–20–20–00–7
Perak 5–12–30–12–01–0
Petaling Jaya 2–23–24–11–10–2
Sabah 3–13–22–21–20–3
Selangor 6–11–11–10–03–3
Terengganu 0–12–14–01–34–03–3
UiTM 1–10–21–03–12–43–1
Updated to match(es) played on 31 October 2020. Source: MFL
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the rivalry between the two participants.

Positions by round

The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches.
In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches are not included to the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards.

Team ╲ Round1234567891011
Johor Darul Ta'zim 42111111111
Kedah 9101084322322
Terengganu 107632256543
Perak 13223733234
Selangor 36468668855
Pahang 89947887668
UiTM 11111195474476
Melaka 213116545789
Petaling Jaya 65810101010101097
Sabah 74551111111191010
Felda United 58769999111111
PDRM 1212121212121212121212
Leader
Relegation to 2021 Premier League
Updated to match(es) played on 31 October 2020. Source: [ citation needed ]

Season statistics

Scoring

Top goalscorers

[58]

RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Nigeria.svg Ifedayo Olusegun Selangor 12
2 Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrel Fikri Perak 10
3 Flag of Mauritania.svg Dominique Da Sylva Terengganu 9
4 Flag of Malaysia.svg Safawi Rasid Johor Darul Ta'zim 7
Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Kipré Tchétché Kedah
Flag of Iraq.svg Gonzalo Cabrera Johor Darul Ta'zim
5 Flag of Brazil.svg Gustavo Almeida dos Santos UiTM 6
Flag of Brazil.svg Ivan Carlos Pahang
Flag of England.svg Lee Tuck Terengganu
Flag of Liberia.svg Kpah Sherman Kedah
6 Flag of Nigeria.svg Uche Agba Melaka United 5
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Sanjar Shaakhmedov Terengganu

Top assists

RankPlayerClubAssists
1 Flag of Brazil.svg Diogo Johor Darul Ta'zim 8
2 Flag of England.svg Lee Tuck Terengganu 6
3 Flag of Brazil.svg Sandro Selangor 5
Flag of Argentina.svg Leandro Velazquez Johor Darul Ta'zim
Flag of Brazil.svg Washington Brandão Petaling Jaya City
Flag of Malaysia.svg Wan Amirul Afiq Melaka United

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Flag of Mauritania.svg Dominique Da Sylva 4TerengganuKedah 3–4 (A) 7 March 2020
Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Syria.svg Gonzalo Cabrera JDTPerak 7–0 (H) 4 September 2020
Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrel Fikri 4PerakFelda United 5–1 (H) 25 September 2020
Flag of Nigeria.svg Ifedayo Olusegun SelangorFelda United 6–1 (H) 11 October 2020

Note4 Player scored 4 goals

Clean sheets

RankPlayerClubClean Sheets
1 Flag of Malaysia.svg Farizal Marlias Johor Darul Ta'zim 4
2 Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairul Fahmi Che Mat Melaka 3
Flag of Malaysia.svg Sharmiza Yusoff Terengganu
3 Flag of Malaysia.svg Hafizul Hakim Perak 2
Flag of Malaysia.svg Sharbinee Allawee Pahang
Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairul Azhan Selangor
4 Flag of Malaysia.svg Azfar Arif UiTM 1
Flag of Malaysia.svg Azri Ghani Kedah
Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahril Saa'ri Kedah
Flag of Malaysia.svg Bryan See PDRM
Flag of Malaysia.svg Ifwat Akmal Kedah
Flag of Malaysia.svg Nasrullah Aziz Perak
Flag of Malaysia.svg Nor Haziq UiTM
Flag of Malaysia.svg Wan Azraie Sabah
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kalamullah Al Hafiz PJ City
Flag of Malaysia.svg Rahadiazli Rahalim Terengganu

Discipline

Player

Club

See also

Notes

  1. ^
    Malaysia (MAS): Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia, the 2020 Malaysia FA Cup was cancelled and declared null and void by the Football Association of Malaysia. [59] The 2020 Malaysia Cup winners would originally qualify for the 2021 AFC Cup as Malaysia 2, [60] but it was also cancelled and declared null and void. As a result, the 2020 Malaysia Super League runners-up qualified for the 2021 AFC Cup as Malaysia 2, and the third place qualified for the 2021 AFC Cup as Malaysia 3. [61]

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