2009 Singapore Cup

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2009 Singapore Cup
Country Singapore
Dates April 2009 - November 2009
Teams 16
Champions Singapore Geylang United
Runners-up Thailand Bangkok Glass

The Singapore Cup 2009 (known as the RHB Singapore Cup due to its main sponsor) started on 27 April 2009. It was the 12th staging of the annual Singapore Cup tournament.

12 S.League clubs and 4 invited foreign teams from Thailand (2 teams), Cambodia (1) and Indonesia (1) played in this edition. The cup was a single-elimination tournament, with all sixteen teams playing from the first round. The first round involved one-off matches. Subsequent rounds involved ties of two legs.

The final was played on 8 November and won by Geylang United, who beat Bangkok Glass 1-0.

The cup winner were guaranteed a place in the 2010 AFC Cup.

Teams[edit]

Knockout stage[edit]

The draw for the tournament was held on 15 April 2009

Bracket[edit]

  Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                     
 Singapore Tampines Rovers 1  
 Singapore Sengkang Punggol 0  
   Singapore Tampines Rovers 1 0 1 (1)  
   Japan Albirex Niigata (S) 0 1 1 (3)  
 Japan Albirex Niigata (S) 3
 Singapore Gombak United 1  
   Japan Albirex Niigata (S) 0 1 1 (3)  
   Singapore Geylang United 1 0 1 (4)  
 Singapore Geylang United 2  
 Singapore SAFFC 1  
   Singapore Geylang United 2 2 4
   Singapore Home United 1 2 3  
 Singapore Balestier Khalsa 0
 Singapore Home United 3  
   Singapore Geylang United 1
   Thailand Bangkok Glass 0
 Thailand TTM Samut Sakhon 4  
 South Korea Super Reds 2  
   Thailand TTM Samut Sakhon 3 4 7
   Brunei Brunei DPMM 1 2 3  
 Brunei Brunei DPMM 1
 Indonesia Pelita Jaya 0  
   Thailand TTM Samut Sakhon 0 4 4
   Thailand Bangkok Glass 6 3 9  
 Cambodia Phnom Penh Crown 2  
 Singapore Young Lions 0  
   Cambodia Phnom Penh Crown 1 3 4
   Thailand Bangkok Glass 2 3 5  
 Singapore Woodlands Wellington 0
 Thailand Bangkok Glass 1  

Preliminary round[edit]

April 28, 2009
19:45
Singapore Woodlands Wellington 0 – 1 Thailand Bangkok Glass
Details
Report
Tanat Wongsuparak Goal 25'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,344
Referee: Abas Daud

April 29, 2009
19:45
Brunei Brunei DPMM 1 – 0 Indonesia Pelita Jaya
Abdelhamid Berguiga Goal 76' Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,052
Referee: T Aravinthan

April 30, 2009
19:45
Singapore Balestier Khalsa 0 – 3 Singapore Home United
Sofiyan Abdul Hamid Red card 90' Details
Report
Norikazu Murakami Goal 10'
Shahril Ishak Goal 15'
Kengne Ludovick Goal 38'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,835
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

May 1, 2009
19:30
Singapore Geylang United 2 – 1 Singapore SAFFC
Yasir Hanapi Goal 29'
Syed Thaha Goal 62'
Details
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Therdsak Chaiman Goal 90'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 2,048
Referee: P Pandian

May 2, 2009
19:45
Japan Albirex Niigata (S) 3 – 1 Singapore Gombak United
Kenji Adachihara Goal 54'
Keisuke Ogawa Goal 70' (pen)
Akira Takase Goal 90'
Details
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Bah Mamadou Goal 83'
Jaslee Hatta Red card 40'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,546
Referee: Muhammad Adzhar Aziz

May 3, 2009
19:45
Singapore Tampines Rovers 1 – 0 Singapore Sengkang Punggol
Mustafic Fahrudin Goal 36' Details
Report
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 1,406
Referee: Abdul Malik

May 4, 2009
19:45
Cambodia Phnom Penh Crown 2 – 0 Singapore Young Lions
Jean Lappe Lappe Goal 25' Goal 60' Details
Report
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,420
Referee: Mohammad Taqi A Jahari

May 6, 2009
19:45
Thailand TTM Samut Sakhon 4 – 2 South Korea Super Reds
Paul Bekombo Goal 7' Goal 84'
Narong Jansawek Goal 53'
Aly Camara Goal 90'
Details
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Yun Bo-Young Goal 51' (pen)
Park Han Seok Goal 78'
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 1,054
Referee: Abas Daud

Quarter finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

August 26, 2009
19:45
Cambodia Phnom Penh Crown 1 – 2 Thailand Bangkok Glass
Chan Chaya Goal 8' Details
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Chatree Chimtalay Goal 39'
Metee Pungpoh Goal 53'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,095
Referee: P Pandian

August 28, 2009
19:30
Brunei Brunei DPMM 1 – 3 ThailandTTM Samut Sakhon
Abu Bakar Mahari Goal 76' Details
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Paul Bekombo Goal 16' Goal 61'
Aly Camara Goal 89'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,506
Referee: Abas Daud

August 30, 2009
19:45
Singapore Geylang United 2 – 1 SingaporeHome United
Noor Ali Goal 48'
Baihakki Khaizan Goal 65' (pen.)
Details
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Valery Hiek Goal 23' Red card 64'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 899
Referee: T Aravinthan

September 1, 2009
19:45
SingaporeTampines Rovers FC 1 – 0 JapanAlbirex Niigata (S)
Sutee Suksomkit Goal 13' Details
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Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,453
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

Second leg[edit]

TTM Samut Sakhon won 7 – 3 on aggregate.


September 2, 2009
19:45
Thailand Bangkok Glass 3 – 3 Cambodia Phnom Penh Crown
Nelson San Martín Goal 13'
Nantawat Tansopa Goal 16'
Surachet Ngamtip Goal 37'
Details
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Chan Rithy Goal 20' (pen.)
Keo Sokngon Goal 32'
Marcel Modibo Goal 55'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 816
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

Bangkok Glass won 5 – 4 on aggregate.


September 3, 2009
19:45
SingaporeHome United 2 – 2 SingaporeGeylang United
Tengku Mushadad Goal 45'
Peres De Oliveira Goal 89' (pen.)
Details
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Miroslav Latiak Goal 11'
Masrezwan Masturi Goal 84'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 929
Referee: Muhd Taqi

Geylang United won 4 – 3 on aggregate.


Albirex Niigata (S) 1 – 1 Tampines Rovers on aggregate. Albirex Niigata (S) won 3 – 1 on penalties.

Semi finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

October 5, 2009
19:45
Japan Albirex Niigata (S) 0 – 1 Singapore Geylang United
Tetsuya Kishida Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 73', 87' Details
Report
Kim Jae-Hong Goal 61'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,526
Referee: Abdul Malik

October 26, 2009
19:45
Thailand TTM Samut Sakhon 0 – 6 Thailand Bangkok Glass
Details
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Ajayi Samuel Goal 1' Goal 11' Goal 72'
Sarun Promkaew Goal 5'
Tanat Wongsuparak Goal 34'
Rungroj Sawangsri Goal 52' (pen.)
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 800
Referee: Abas Daud

Second leg[edit]

Geylang United 1 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S) on aggregate. Geylang United won 4-3 on penalties.


October 29, 2009
19:45
Thailand Bangkok Glass 3 – 4 Thailand TTM Samut Sakhon
Chatree Chimtalay Goal 6' Goal 86'
Peeratat Phoruendee Goal 71' (o.g.)
Wachira Sangsri Red card 90'
Details
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Supphakorn Ramkulabsuk Goal 8'
Paul Bekombo Goal 20' (pen.) Goal 62'
Worawut Wangsawad Goal 90' (pen.)
Camara Aly Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 75', 75'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,187
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

Bangkok Glass won 9 – 4 on aggregate.

Third Place Playoff[edit]

Final[edit]

November 8, 2009
19:30
Singapore Geylang United 1 – 0 Thailand Bangkok Glass
Hafiz Rahim Goal 82' Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 5,870
Referee: Kenny Ng
Geylang United
Bangkok Glass
Brunei DPMM:
GK 19 Singapore Yazid Yasin YC 90'
DF 5 Singapore Walid Lounis
DF 13 Singapore Jonathan Xu
MF 3 Slovakia Rastislav Belicak
MF 9 Slovakia Miroslav Latiak
MF 10 South Korea Kim Jae-Hong YC 84'
MF 11 Singapore Syed Thaha
MF 12 Singapore Adrian Dhanaraj Substituted off 79'
MF 15 Singapore Shah Hirul YC 72'
MF 20 Singapore Noor Ali
FW 7 Singapore Masrezwan Masturi Substituted off 72'
Substitutes:
GK 1 Singapore Fajar Sarib
DF 2 Singapore Faizal Senin
MF 8 Japan Haruki Seto
MF 41 Singapore Ang Zhi Wei
MF 47 Singapore Yasir Hanapi
MF 17 Singapore Hafiz Rahim YC 82' Substituted in 72'
FW 46 Singapore Masmashzreen Masturi Substituted in 79'
Coach:
Singapore Mike Wong
SAFFC:
GK 1 Thailand Naratip Phanprom
DF 2 Thailand Polawat Wangkahart YC 44' Substituted off 84'
DF 6 Thailand Amnaj Kaewkiew (c)
DF 8 Thailand Rungroj Sawangsri
DF 17 Thailand Supachai Komsilp
MF 7 Thailand Anon Boonsukco YC 89'
MF 11 Thailand Sarun Promkaew Substituted off 57'
MF 15 Thailand Anawin Jujeen
MF 16 Thailand Tanat Wongsuparak
MF 23 Thailand Peerapong Pichitchotirat YC 48'
FW 9 Nigeria Ajayi Samuel
Substitutes:
GK 18 Thailand Kritsana Klanklin
DF 3 Thailand Decha Phetakua
MF 5 Thailand Kraikiat Beadtaku
MF 21 Thailand Supachai Phupa
MF 24 Thailand Wannapol Puspakom
FW 19 Thailand Nantawat Tansopa Red card 90' Substituted in 84'
FW 29 Thailand Chatree Chimtalay Substituted in 57'
Coach:
Thailand Surachai Jaturapattarapong

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
    • Tang Yew Mun
    • Edwin Lee
  • Fourth official: P Pandian

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

See also[edit]

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