2014 Malaysia FA Cup

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2014 Malaysia FA Cup
FA Cup
Country Malaysia Malaysia
Singapore Singapore
Teams 30
Champions Pahang Pahang FA (2nd title)
Runners-up Kuala LumpurFELDA United F.C.
Matches played 48
Top goal scorer(s) Liberia Patrick Wleh (4 goals) (PKNS FC)
Best player Pahang Mohd Faizol Hussien (Pahang FA)

The 2014 Malaysia FA Cup, also known as Astro Malaysia FA Cup due to the competition's sponsorship by Astro Arena, is the 24th season of the Malaysia FA Cup, a knockout competition for Malaysia's state football association and clubs.

Kelantan are the current defending champions. Pahang FA lift the cup at Shah Alam Stadium on June 7, 2014 after defeating Felda United F.C. 2-1.[1]

Pahang FA is the winner of the 2014 edition, and will qualify for the 2015 AFC Cup.[2]

Teams[edit]

* ATM * Cebagoo
* Felda United * Johor Darul Takzim II
* Johor Darul Takzim (2013 Malaysia FA Cup runners up) * Kedah
* Kuala Lumpur * Kelantan (2013 Malaysia FA Cup champion)
* LionsXII (From Singapore) * Malacca United
* Negeri Sembilan * Pahang
* PBAPP * Penang
* Perak * Perlis
* PDRM * PKNS
* DRB-Hicom * Kuantan
* Sabah * Sarawak
* Selangor * Shahzan Muda
* Sime Darby * Putrajaya SPA
* Harimau Muda C * Terengganu
* T–Team * UiTM

Format[edit]

30 teams will participate in this tournament instead of 32 in the 2013 edition. 2013 winners Kelantan and runners-up Johor Darul Takzim have received byes[3] for this edition and will progress straight into the Round of 16.

Just like the previous edition, the first two rounds would be single matches. The quarter finals and semi finals would be played over two legs while the final will be played at Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam between Pahang FA and Felda United, on June 7.

Matches[edit]

The draw for the Malaysia FA Cup 2014 was held at Blue Wave Hotel, Shah Alam on 29 November 2013.

Bracket[edit]

1st Round   2nd Round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
 Bye   - -  
 Johor Johor Darul Takzim - - -      Johor Johor Darul Takzim 2 - 3  
 Terengganu T–Team 3 - 3    Terengganu T–Team 1 - 0  
 Selangor UiTM 2 - 2        Johor Johor Darul Takzim 3 2 5  
 Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur 0 - 0        Kedah Kedah 1 0 1  
 Kedah Kedah 4 - 4      Kedah Kedah 4 - 4
 Malacca Malacca United 1 - 1    Perlis Perlis 0 - 0  
 Perlis Perlis 2 - 2        Johor Johor Darul Takzim 1 0 1  
 Penang PBAPP 2 - 2        PahangPahang 1 1 2  
 Sabah Cebagoo 0 - 0      Penang PBAPP 0 - 0  
 Malaysia PDRM 1 - 1    Malaysia PDRM 2 - 2  
 Kuala Lumpur Putrajaya SPA 0 - 0        Malaysia PDRM FA 1 1 2
  LionsXII 3 - 3        PahangPahang 1 2 3  
 Kuala Lumpur DRB-Hicom 0 - 0      Singapore LionsXII 1 - 1
 Perak Perak 2 - 2(4)    Pahang Pahang 2 - 2  
 Pahang Pahang(p) 2 - 2(5)        PahangPahang 2
 Bye -        Kuala Lumpur FELDA United 1
 Kelantan Kelantan -      Kelantan Kelantan 2 - 2  
 Pahang Kuantan 0 - 0    Sabah Sabah 1 - 1  
 Sabah Sabah 1 - 1        Kelantan Kelantan 3 3 6  
 Selangor PKNS 3 - 3        Selangor PKNS 2 3 5  
 Johor Johor Darul Takzim II 2 - 2      Selangor PKNS 2 - 2
 Terengganu Terengganu 4 - 4    Terengganu Terengganu 1 - 1  
 Pahang Shahzan Muda 0 - 0        Kelantan Kelantan 3 2 5
 Kuala Lumpur Sime Darby 2 - 2        Kuala Lumpur FELDA United 3 2 5 a.g.r.  
 Malaysia ATM 1 - 1      Kuala Lumpur Sime Darby 0 - 0  
 Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan 0 - 0    Kuala Lumpur FELDA United 1 - 1  
 Kuala Lumpur FELDA United 1 - 1        Kuala Lumpur FELDA United 0 2 2 a.g.r.
 Malaysia Harimau Muda C 0 - 0        Sarawak Sarawak 0 2 2  
 Selangor Selangor 2 - 2      Selangor Selangor 0 - 0
 Sarawak Sarawak(aet) 2 - 2    Sarawak Sarawak 1 - 1  
 Penang Penang 1 - 1  

Round of 32[edit]

The first round will commence on 21 & 22 January 2014.[4]

Round of 16[edit]

The second round will commence on 4 February 2014.[5]

1 Johor were awarded a 3:0 victory due to T-Team walking off at half time with the result at 2:1 to Johor.[6][7]

Quarter-Finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Semi-Finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Final[edit]

The final was held at Shah Alam Stadium

Note: Felda United is the second Premier League club to play FA Cup Final after Sime Darby F.C. did it in 2012 FA Cup Final and Selangor FA in 2005 Malaysia FA Cup

Season statistics[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

As of 5 February 2014
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Australia Adam Griffiths Kedah Kedah FA 3
2 Malaysia Khairul Helmi Johari Kedah Kedah 2
Brazil Márcio Souza Da Silva Terengganu Terengganu FA
Brazil Evaldo Gonçalves Terengganu T-Team F.C.
Liberia Patrick Wleh Selangor PKNS F.C.
Malaysia Mohd Farizal Rozali Perlis Perlis FA
Syria Mahmoud Amnah Kuala Lumpur Sime Darby F.C.

See also[edit]

References[edit]