Malaysia national football team results

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Malaysia national football team 1963–present results.[1]

Results[edit]

Keynotes
  • * Malaysia's score always listed first
  • (H) Home country stadium
  • (A) Away country stadium
  • (N) Neutral venue stadium
  • 1 Non FIFA 'A' international match
  • XI Malaysia uses a selection of players from the Malaysia Super League, Using the name Malaysia XI

2010–present results[edit]

2018[edit]

2018 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
22 March  Mongolia 2–2 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Turbat Goal 31' (o.g.)
Akhyar Goal 64'
27 March  Lebanon 1–2 (L) Camille Chamoun Sports City Stadium, Beirut (A) 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification – Third Round Syafiq Goal 72'
1 April  Bhutan 7–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Wan Goal 10'
Zaquan Goal 19'36' (pen.)39'54'
Irfan Goal 28'
Syafiq Goal 74'
5 July  Fiji KLFA Stadium, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly
7 September  Chinese Taipei Taipei Municipal Stadium, Taipei (A) Friendly
10 September  Cambodia Phnom Penh Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh (A) Friendly
12 October  Sri Lanka Sugathadasa Stadium, Colombo (A) Friendly
16 October  Kyrgyzstan National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly
3 November  Maldives National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly
8 November  Cambodia Phnom Penh Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh (A) 2018 AFF Championship
12 November  Laos National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2018 AFF Championship
16 November  Vietnam Mỹ Đình National Stadium, Hanoi (A) 2018 AFF Championship
24 November  Myanmar National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2018 AFF Championship

2017[edit]

2017 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
22 March  Philippines 0–0 (D) Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila (A) Friendly
13 June  Lebanon 1–2 (L) Tan Sri Dato' Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium, Johor Bahru, Johor (H) 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification – Third Round Mahali Goal 43'
22 August  Syria 1–2 (L) Hang Jebat Stadium, Malacca City, Malacca (H) Friendly Darren Goal 90+5' (pen.)
29 August  Myanmar 0–1 (L) Thuwunna YTC Stadium, Yangon (A) Friendly
5 September  Hong Kong 1–1 (D) Hang Jebat Stadium, Malacca City, Malacca (H) 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification – Third Round Syazwan Goal 56'
10 October  Hong Kong 0–2 (L) Hong Kong Stadium, So Kon Po (A) 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification – Third Round
10 November  North Korea 1–4 (L) New I-Mobile Stadium, Buriram (N) 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification – Third Round Safawi Goal 66'
13 November  North Korea 1–4 (L) New I-Mobile Stadium, Buriram (N) 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification – Third Round Safawi Goal 85'

2016[edit]

2016 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
24 March  Saudi Arabia 0–2 (L) Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium, Dammam (A) 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
28 March  Macau 0–0 (D) Hang Jebat Stadium, Malacca City, Malacca (H) Friendly
28 May  Myanmar 0–0 (D) Thuwunna YTC Stadium, Yangon (A) Friendly
2 June  Timor-Leste 3–0 (W) Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium, Johor Bahru, Johor (H) 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification – Play-off Round Hazwan Goal 16'21'
Amri Goal 85'
6 June  Timor-Leste 3–0 (W) Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium, Johor Bahru, Johor (H) 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification – Play-off Round Khair Goal 16'
Hazwan Goal 58'
S. Chanturu Goal 68'
17 June  Papua New Guinea 0–2 (L) Sir John Guise Stadium, Port Moresby (A) Friendly
22 June  New Caledonia 2–1 (W) Stade Numa-Daly Magenta, Noumea (A) Friendly1 Amirul Goal 48'
Baddrol Goal 54'
26 June  Fiji 1–1 (D) Prince Charles Park, Nadi (A) Friendly Amri Goal 41'
6 September  Indonesia 0–3 (L) Manahan Stadium, Surakarta (A) Friendly
7 October  Singapore 0–0 (D) National Stadium, Singapore, Kallang (A) Friendly
11 October  Afghanistan 1–1 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly Hadin Goal 45+2'
14 November  Papua New Guinea 2–1 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly Hazwan Goal 20'
Amri Goal 46'
20 November  Cambodia 3–2 (W) Thuwunna YTC Stadium, Yangon (A) 2016 AFF Championship Syazwan Goal 37'
Amri Goal 69'80'
23 November  Vietnam 0–1 (L) Thuwunna YTC Stadium, Yangon (A) 2016 AFF Championship
26 November  Myanmar 0–1 (L) Thuwunna YTC Stadium, Yangon (A) 2016 AFF Championship

2015[edit]

2015 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
26 March  Oman 0–6 (L) Al-Seeb Stadium, Seeb (A) Friendly
27 May England Tottenham Hotspur[2][3][4] 1–2 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2015 AIA Cup1XI Thiago Junio Goal 31'
6 June  Hong Kong 0–0 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly
11 June  Timor-Leste 1–1 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round Safee Goal 34'
16 June  Palestine 0–6 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
24 July England Liverpool[5][6][7][note 1] 1–1 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI Patrick Wleh Goal 13'
29 August  Bangladesh 0–0 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly
3 September  United Arab Emirates 0–10 (L) Al Jazira Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi (A) 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
8 September  Saudi Arabia Match abandoned
(Awarded 0–3 to Saudi Arabia)
Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
8 October  Laos 3–1 (W) Thai Army Sports Stadium, Bangkok (A) Friendly D. Christie Goal 50'90'
Azamuddin Goal 53'
13 October  Timor-Leste 1–0 (W) National Stadium, Dili (A) 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round Amri Goal 10'
12 November  Palestine 0–6 (L) Amman International Stadium, Amman (A) 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
17 November  United Arab Emirates 1–2 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round Baddrol Goal 59'

2014[edit]

2014 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
1 March  Philippines 0–0 (D) MP Selayang Stadium, Selayang, Selangor (H) Friendly
5 March  Yemen 2–1 (W) Tahnoun bin Mohammed Stadium, Al Ain (A) 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification Amri Goal 16'
Fakri Goal 77'
27 April  Philippines 0–0 (D) Cebu City Sports Complex, Cebu City (A) Friendly
8 August  Tajikistan 1–4 (L) Pamir Stadium, Dushanbe (A) Friendly Amri Goal 43' (pen.)
14 September  Indonesia 0–2 (L) Delta Stadium, Sidoarjo (A) Friendly
20 September  Cambodia 4–1 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly Kalang Tie Goal 8'65'
Daravorn Goal 15' (o.g.)
Baddrol Goal 82'
12 November  Syria 0–3 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly
16 November  Vietnam 1–3 (L) Mỹ Đình National Stadium, Hanoi (A) Friendly Amri Goal 22'
23 November  Myanmar 0–0 (D) Jalan Besar Stadium, Jalan Besar, Kallang (A) 2014 AFF Championship
26 November  Thailand 2–3 (L) Jalan Besar Stadium, Jalan Besar, Kallang (A) 2014 AFF Championship Amri Goal 28'
Safiq Goal 60'
29 November  Singapore 3–1 (W) National Stadium, Singapore, Kallang (A) 2014 AFF Championship Safee Goal 61'
Safiq Goal 90+3' (pen.)
Indra Putra Goal 90+5'
7 December  Vietnam 1–2 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2014 AFF Championship Safiq Goal 14' (pen.)
11 December  Vietnam 4–2 (W) Mỹ Đình National Stadium, Hanoi (A) 2014 AFF Championship Safiq Goal 4' (pen.)
Norshahrul Goal 16'
Đinh Tiến Thành Goal 29' (o.g.)
Shukor Goal 43'
17 December  Thailand 0–2 (L) Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2014 AFF Championship
20 December  Thailand 3–2 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2014 AFF Championship Safiq Goal 7' (pen.)58'
Indra Putra Goal 45+2'

2013[edit]

2013 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
1 February  Iraq 0–3 (L) Al-Rashid Stadium, Dubai (N) Friendly1
6 February  Qatar 0–2 (L) Jassim bin Hamad Stadium, Doha (A) 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification
17 March  Saudi Arabia 1–4 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly1 Safiq Goal 70'
22 March  Yemen 2–1 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification Azamuddin Goal 27'
Khyril Goal 80'
26 March  Palestine 0–2 (L) Darul Makmur Stadium, Kuantan, Pahang (H) Friendly1
6 June Australia Canberra XI[8][9][10] 2–3 (L) Deakin Stadium, Canberra (A) Friendly1 Safee Goal 61'83'
11 June Australia Sydney Olympic[11][12] 4–0 (W) Belmore Sports Ground, Sydney (A) Friendly1 Safiq Goal 9'
Amri Goal 50'73'90'
13 June Australia Marconi Stallions[13] 0–2 (L) Marconi Stadium, Sydney (A) Friendly1
16 July Thailand Chonburi[14][15] 0–0 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
21 July England Chelsea[16][17][18][19][note 2] 1–4 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly1XI Fadhli Goal 90+1'
25 July Japan Shimizu S-Pulse[20] 0–2 (L) Miho Ground, Shizuoka (A) Friendly1XI
27 July Japan Shonan Bellmare[21][22] 0–5 (L) Banyu Artificial Turf Soccer Field, Hiratsuka (A) Friendly1XI
31 July Japan Tokyo Verdy[23][24] 0–5 (L) Tama City Athletic Stadium, Tama, Tokyo (A) Friendly1XI
10 August Spain Barcelona[25][26][27][note 3] 1–3 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly1XI Amri Goal 39'
10 September  China PR 0–2 (L) Tianjin Olympic Centre Stadium, Tianjin (A) Friendly
9 October  United Arab Emirates 1–3 (L) (A) Friendly1 Safiq Goal ?'
15 October  Bahrain 1–1 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification Norshahrul Goal 71'
8 November  Kuwait 0–3 (L) Al-Sadaqua Walsalam Stadium, Kuwait City (A) Friendly
15 November  Bahrain 0–1 (L) Bahrain National Stadium, Riffa (A) 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification
19 November  Qatar 0–1 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification

2012[edit]

2012 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
1 February Kelantan Kelantan 5–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1 Asraruddin Goal 36'
Shahurain Goal 42'
S. Kunanlan Goal 65'
Abdul Hadi Goal 78'
Izuan Goal 90'
24 February Sabah Sabah 1–0 (W) Likas Stadium, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah (H) Friendly1 Amar Goal 79'
29 February  Philippines 1–1 (D) Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila (A) Friendly Shakir Goal 90+1'
24 March Sarawak Sarawak 1–1 (D) Sarawak State Stadium, Kuching, Sarawak (H) Friendly1 Venice Goal 65'
28 April  Sri Lanka 6–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly Wan Goal 25'26'
Hazwan Goal 73'83'90'
Azamuddin Goal 86'
28 May Selangor Felda United 2–1 (W) Wisma FAM, Kelana Jaya, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1 Shahurain Goal 14'
Amar Goal 70'
1 June  Philippines 0–0 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly
8 June  Singapore 2–2 (D) Jalan Besar Stadium, Jalan Besar, Kallang (A) Friendly Azamuddin Goal 43'
Safiq Goal 60'
12 June  Singapore 2–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly Shakir Goal 19'
Safiq Goal 61'
24 July England Arsenal[28][29][30][note 4] 1–2 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI Azmi Goal 45+2'
27 July  Indonesia[31][32] 6–0 (W) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) Friendly1XI Hazwan Goal 11'
Kubala Goal 13' (pen.)
Azrif Goal 31'
Amri Goal 34'36'
Shukor Goal 62'
30 July England Manchester City[33][34][note 5] 1–3 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI Azamuddin Goal 87'
11 September  Vietnam 0–2 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly
20 September  Cambodia 3–0 (W) Wisma FAM, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) Friendly1 Safee Goal 51'
Zaquan Goal 62'76'
12 October Malaysia PDRM 6–0 (W) Wisma FAM, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) Friendly1 Safee Goal 7'56'
Wan Goal 28'41'
S. Kunanlan Goal 72'
Azamuddin Goal 88'
16 October  Hong Kong 3–0 (W) Mong Kok Stadium, Kowloon (A) Friendly Safee Goal 59'
Safiq Goal 82'
Fakri Goal 90+2'
3 November  Vietnam 0–1 (L) Mỹ Đình National Stadium, Hanoi (A) Friendly
7 November  Thailand 0–2 (L) SCG Stadium, Nonthaburi (A) Friendly
14 November  Hong Kong 1–1 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly Safee Goal 58'
20 November  Bangladesh 1–1 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Khyril Goal 22'
25 November  Singapore 0–3 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2012 AFF Championship
28 November  Laos 4–1 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2012 AFF Championship Safiq Goal 15'
Safee Goal 66'
Wan Goal 75'
Khyril Goal 79'
1 December  Indonesia 2–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2012 AFF Championship Azamuddin Goal 26'
Mahali Goal 29'
9 December  Thailand 1–1 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2012 AFF Championship Norshahrul Goal 48'
13 December  Thailand 0–2 (L) Supachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2012 AFF Championship

2011[edit]

2011 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
9 February  Hong Kong 2–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly Safiq Goal 44'
Amirul Goal 90+2'
26 March France Étoile[35] 1–1 (D) Jalan Besar Stadium, Jalan Besar, Kallang (A) Friendly1 Fakri Goal 7'
3 June Sabah Sabah 1–3 (L) Likas Stadium, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah (H) Friendly Abdul Hadi Goal 66'
18 June  Myanmar 2–0 (W) Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium, Kota Bharu, Kelantan (H) Friendly Amirul Goal 28'
Baddrol Goal 54'
24 June Malaysia Harimau Muda A 3–1 (W) MBPJ Stadium, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) Friendly1 Baddrol Goal 3'
Fakri Goal 72'
K. Sasi Kumar Goal 84'
29 June  Chinese Taipei[36] 2–1 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Safiq Goal 28'
Aidil Goal 55'
3 July  Chinese Taipei[36] 2–3 (L) Taipei Municipal Stadium, Taipei (A) 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Aidil Goal 8'
Safiq Goal 40'
13 July England Arsenal[37][38][39][note 6] 0–4 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
16 July England Liverpool[40][41][42][note 7] 3–6 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI Safiq Goal 44'
Safee Goal 79'82'
21 July England Chelsea[43][44][note 8] 0–1 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
23 July  Singapore 3–5 (L) Jalan Besar Stadium, Jalan Besar, Kallang (A) 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Safee Goal 1'71'
Abdul Hadi Goal 70'
28 July  Singapore 1–1 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Safee Goal 58'
6 August Selangor Selangor 0–1 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly1
2 October  Malaysia 3–0 (W) Wisma FAM, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) Friendly1 Norshahrul Goal 36'
Baddrol Goal 48'
Shahrizal Goal 88'
7 October  Australia 0–5 (L) Canberra, Australian Capital Territory (A) Friendly
8 November Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan 2–0 (W) Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium, Paroi, Negeri Sembilan (H) Friendly1 Safiq Goal 40' (pen.)
Shahrizal Goal 91'
13 November  India 1–1 (D) Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati, Assam (A) Friendly Safiq Goal 42'
16 November  India 2–3 (L) Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata, West Bengal (A) Friendly Safee Goal 45'60'

2010[edit]

2010 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
6 January  United Arab Emirates 0–1 (L) Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum Stadium, Dubai (A) 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification
27 February  Yemen 1–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Baddrol Goal 55'
31 August Qatar El Jaish SC 1–2 (L) Al-Wakrah Stadium, Al Wakrah (A) Friendly1 Fakri Goal 46'
3 September  Oman 0–3 (L) Al-Wakrah Stadium, Al Wakrah (A) Friendly
26 November Selangor Selangor 2–3 (L) MBPJ Stadium, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) Friendly1 Faizal Goal 59'
K. Gurusamy Goal 70'
1 December  Indonesia 1–5 (L) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) 2010 AFF Championship Norshahrul Goal 18'
4 December  Thailand 0–0 (D) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) 2010 AFF Championship
7 December  Laos 5–1 (W) Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium, Palembang (A) 2010 AFF Championship Amri Goal 4'41'
Amirul Goal 74'
Norshahrul Goal 77'
Jasuli Goal 90+1'
12 December Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur 2–0 (W) KLFA Stadium, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1 Amri Goal 23'
Khyril Goal 40' (pen.)
15 December  Vietnam 2–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2010 AFF Championship Safee Goal 61'80'
18 December  Vietnam 0–0 (D) Mỹ Đình National Stadium, Hanoi (A) 2010 AFF Championship
22 December Selangor Felda United 2–0 (W) Wisma FAM, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) Friendly1 Ashaari Goal 55'
Safee Goal 89'
26 December  Indonesia 3–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2010 AFF Championship Safee Goal 61'73'
Ashaari Goal 68'
29 December  Indonesia 1–2 (L) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) 2010 AFF Championship Safee Goal 54'

2000–2009 results[edit]

2009[edit]

2009 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
21 January  United Arab Emirates 0–5 (L) KLFA Stadium, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification
12 July  Zimbabwe 4–0 (W) KLFA Stadium, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1 Safiq Goal 45' (pen.)
Indra Putra Goal 50'
Farderin Goal 85'
Norshahrul Goal 90'
14 July  Zimbabwe 1–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly1 V. Thirumurugan Goal 40'
18 July England Manchester United[45][46][47][note 9] 2–3 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI Amri Goal 45'52'
20 July England Manchester United[48][49][note 9] 0–2 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
8 August Kedah Kedah 3–1 (W) Darul Aman Stadium, Alor Setar, Kedah (H) Friendly1 Zaquan Goal
Amirul Goal
Norshahrul Goal
12 August  Kenya 0–0 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly
15 August  China PR 0–0 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly
30 August  Saudi Arabia 1–2 (L) King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh (A) Friendly Shakir Goal 85'
5 September  Jordan 0–0 (D) Amman (A) Friendly
11 September  Lesotho 5–0 (W) KLFA Stadium, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Zaquan Goal 41'
Norshahrul Goal 44'
Manaf Goal 78'90'
Amirul Goal 88'
5 November Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur 2–1 (W) KLFA Stadium, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1 Norshahrul Goal 28'
Safiq Goal 36'
14 November  Uzbekistan 1–3 (L) Pakhtakor Stadium, Tashkent (A) 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification Zaquan Goal 68'
18 November  Uzbekistan 1–3 (L) KLFA Stadium, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification Baddrol Goal 70'
26 November  Maldives 0–1 (L) UiTM Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly1
30 December  Syria 4–1 (W) KLFA Stadium, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1 Safiq Goal 31' (pen.)63' (pen.)
Zaquan Goal 77'
K. Gurusamy Goal 90'

2008[edit]

2008 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
6 June  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Gelora 10 November Stadium, Surabaya (A) Friendly Shukor Goal 32'
22 July  India 1–1 (D) Gachibowli Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad, Telangana (A) Friendly Indra Putra Goal 75' (pen.)
29 July England Chelsea[18][note 10] 0–2 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly1XI
10 October  Pakistan 4–1 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Safee Goal 42'
Zaquan Goal 60'
Hairuddin Goal 70'
Khyril Goal 81'
15 October    Nepal 4–0 (W) MBPJ Stadium, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) 2008 Merdeka Tournament Indra Putra Goal 20'
Safee Goal 25'48'
Khyril Goal 52'
17 October  Sierra Leone 4–0 (W) MBPJ Stadium, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) 2008 Merdeka Tournament1 Indra Putra Goal 66'
Safee Goal 72'
Aidil Goal 77'
Zaquan Goal 92'
20 October  Afghanistan 6–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2008 Merdeka Tournament Ashaari Goal 21'64'
Nizaruddin Goal 41'
Zaquan Goal 44'
Safee Goal 65'
Hairuddin Goal 87'
23 October  Burma 4–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2008 Merdeka Tournament Indra Putra Goal 25'75' (pen.)
Safee Goal 61'
Amirul Goal 83'
25 October  Vietnam 0–0 (D) (AET)
(5 PSO 6)
National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2008 Merdeka Tournament1
12 November  Vietnam 3–0 (W) Thuwunna YTC Stadium, Yangon (A) 2008 Grand Royal Challenge Cup1 Indra Putra Goal 26'
Amirul Goal 40'
Hardi Goal 55'
14 November South Korea Ulsan Hyundai 1–1 (D) Thuwunna YTC Stadium, Yangon (A) 2008 Grand Royal Challenge Cup1 Zaquan Goal 52'
18 November  Burma 1–4 (L) Thuwunna YTC Stadium, Yangon (A) 2008 Grand Royal Challenge Cup Amirul Goal 75'
29 November  Singapore 2–2 (D) MBPJ Stadium, Kelana Jaya, Selangor (H) Friendly Amirul Goal 22'
Hardi Goal 74'
6 December  Laos 3–0 (W) Sarakul Stadium, Phuket (A) 2008 AFF Championship Safee Goal 69'88'
Indra Putra Goal 73'
8 December  Vietnam 2–3 (L) Sarakul Stadium, Phuket (A) 2008 AFF Championship Indra Putra Goal 20'85'
10 December  Thailand 0–3 (L) Sarakul Stadium, Phuket (A) 2008 AFF Championship

2007[edit]

2007 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
12 January  Philippines 4–0 (W) Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2007 AFF Championship Hairuddin Goal 9'80'
Nizaruddin Goal 16'
del Rosario Goal 69' (o.g.)
14 January  Burma 0–0 (D) Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2007 AFF Championship
16 January  Singapore 1–1 (D) (AET)
(4 PSO 5)
Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2007 AFF Championship
24 March  Sri Lanka 4–1 (W) Sri Lanka (A) Friendly
26 March  Sri Lanka 1–2 (L) Sri Lanka (A) Friendly
18 June  Cambodia 6–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
21 June  United Arab Emirates 1–3 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
28 June  Jamaica 0–2 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
10 July  China PR 1–5 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2007 AFC Asian Cup Indra Putra Goal 74'
14 July  Uzbekistan 0–5 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2007 AFC Asian Cup
18 July  Iran 0–2 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2007 AFC Asian Cup
21 October  Bahrain 1–4 (L) Bahrain National Stadium, Manama (A) 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round Bunyamin Goal 45+2'
28 October  Bahrain 0–0 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round

2006[edit]

2006 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
19 February  New Zealand 0–1 (L) Queen Elizabeth II Park, Christchurch (A) Friendly
23 February  New Zealand 1–2 (L) Queen Elizabeth II Park, Christchurch (A) Friendly
31 May  Singapore 0–0 (D) Singapore (A) Friendly
3 June  Singapore 0–0 (D) Malaysia (H) Friendly
23 August  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2006 Merdeka Tournament Ridwan Goal 77' (o.g.)
25 August  Thailand 2–1 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2006 Merdeka Tournament Indra Putra Goal 40'78'
27 August  Burma 1–2 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2006 Merdeka Tournament Indra Putra Goal 13' (pen.)

2005[edit]

2005 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
3 January  Indonesia 1–4 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2004 AFF Championship Khalid Goal 28'
15 January  Burma 2–1 (W) Jalan Besar Stadium, Jalan Besar (A) 2004 AFF Championship Khalid Goal 15'
Nor Goal 56'
11 April  Morocco 0–0 (D) King Fahd Stadium, Ta'if (A) 2005 Islamic Solidarity Games
13 April  Pakistan 2–0 (W) King Fahd Stadium, Ta'if (A) 2005 Islamic Solidarity Games Fadzli Goal 71'73'
15 April  Syria 1–3 (L) King Fahd Stadium, Ta'if (A) 2005 Islamic Solidarity Games Tharmini Goal 84'
4 June  Singapore 0–2 (L) Singapore (A) Friendly
8 June  Singapore 1–2 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly

2004[edit]

2004 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
7 February  Japan 0–4 (L) Japan (A) Friendly
18 February  Hong Kong 1–3 (L) Darul Makmur Stadium, Kuantan, Pahang (H) 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round Rosdi Goal 39'
31 March  Kuwait 0–2 (L) Darul Makmur Stadium, Kuantan, Pahang (H) 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
9 June  China PR 0–4 (L) TEDA Football Stadium, Tianjin (A) 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
12 July  Singapore 2–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
17 July England Norwich City[50] 0–1 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
19 August  Thailand 2–1 (W) Thailand (A) Friendly
8 September  China PR 0–1 (L) City Stadium, George Town, Penang (H) 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
13 October  Hong Kong 0–2 (L) Mong Kok Stadium, Kowloon (A) 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
1 November  Singapore 2–1 (W) Singapore (A) Friendly
17 November  Kuwait 1–6 (L) Kazma SC Stadium, Kuwait City (A) 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round Amri Goal 19'
8 December  Timor-Leste 5–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2004 AFF Championship Liew Kit Kong Goal 27'
Amri Goal 47'83'
Fadzli Goal 67'
Shukor Goal 85'
10 December  Philippines 4–1 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2004 AFF Championship Liew Kit Kong Goal 17'
Khalid Goal 67'77' (pen.)
Kaironnisam Goal 74'
12 December  Burma 0–1 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2004 AFF Championship
14 December  Thailand 2–1 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2004 AFF Championship Khalid Goal 63'65'
28 December  Indonesia 2–1 (W) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) 2004 AFF Championship Liew Kit Kong Goal 28'47'

2003[edit]

2003 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
26 September  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Malaysia (H) Friendly
8 October  Burma 4–0 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification Hazman Goal 34'80'
Cassidy Goal 67'
Tun Lin Soe Goal 86' (o.g.)
10 October  Iraq 0–0 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification
12 October  Bahrain 2–2 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification Shukor Goal 80'
Norhafiz Goal 90'
20 October  Iraq 1–5 (L) Bahrain National Stadium, Manama (A) 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification Hairuddin Goal 53'
22 October  Bahrain 1–3 (L) Bahrain National Stadium, Manama (A) 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification Indra Putra Goal 37'
24 October  Burma 1–2 (L) Bahrain National Stadium, Manama (A) 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification Hairuddin Goal 86'

2002[edit]

2002 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
17 May  Burma 1–1 (D) Burma (A) Friendly
19 May  Burma 0–0 (D) Burma (A) Friendly
25 May  Brazil[51] 0–4 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
16 July  Singapore 1–2 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
29 November  Jordan 0–1 (L) United Arab Emirates (N) Friendly
11 December  Cambodia 5–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
18 December  Singapore 4–0 (W) National Stadium, Singapore, Kallang (A) 2002 AFF Championship Rizal Goal 30'
Indra Putra Goal 49'65'
Nizaruddin Goal 69'
20 December  Thailand 3–1 (W) National Stadium, Singapore, Kallang (A) 2002 AFF Championship Rizal Goal 45'
Hazman Goal 66'
Indra Putra Goal 86'
22 December  Laos 1–1 (D) Bishan Stadium, Bishan (A) 2002 AFF Championship Nizam Goal 27' (pen.)
27 December  Indonesia 0–1 (L) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) 2002 AFF Championship
29 December  Vietnam 1–2 (L) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) 2002 AFF Championship Indra Putra Goal 55'

2001[edit]

2001 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
5 February  Fiji 1–4 (L) Fiji (A) Friendly
7 February  Fiji 0–2 (L) Fiji (A) Friendly
9 February  Fiji 2–1 (W) Fiji (A) Friendly
4 March  Qatar 1–5 (L) Hong Kong Stadium, So Kon Po (A) 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round Rosdi Goal 9'
8 March  Hong Kong 2–0 (W) Hong Kong Stadium, So Kon Po (A) 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round Rizal Goal 46'79'
11 March  Palestine 0–1 (L) Hong Kong Stadium, So Kon Po (A) 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round
20 March  Qatar 0–0 (D) Jassim bin Hamad Stadium, Doha (A) 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round
23 March  Hong Kong 1–2 (L) Jassim bin Hamad Stadium, Doha (A) 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round Hairuddin Goal 86'
25 March  Palestine 4–3 (W) Jassim bin Hamad Stadium, Doha (A) 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round Rizal Goal 21'62' (pen.)
Hairuddin Goal 53'
Irwan Goal 56'
17 July England Manchester United[note 11] 0–6 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI

2000[edit]

2000 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
7 February  Singapore 1–3 (L) Singapore (A) Friendly
15 February  Maldives 2–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
17 February  Maldives 3–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
25 March  Chinese Taipei 3–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification Noor Goal 34'
Rusdi Goal 82'86'
27 March  North Korea 1–1 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification Nizaruddin Goal 58'
29 March  Thailand 3–2 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification Rusdi Goal 14'
Noor Goal 21' (pen.)
Anuar Goal 48'
4 April  Chinese Taipei 2–3 (L) Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
6 April  North Korea 1–4 (L) Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification Ooi Hoe Guan Goal 26'
9 April  Thailand 2–3 (L) Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification Rusdi Goal 35'
Nizaruddin Goal 60'
6 August  Burma 6–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
9 August  Burma 1–2 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
13 August  New Zealand 0–0 (D) Malaysia (H) 2000 Merdeka Tournament
15 August  Oman 2–0 (W) Malaysia (H) 2000 Merdeka Tournament Anuar Goal 53'
Rusdi Goal 84'
17 August  Malaysia 3–1 (W) Malaysia (H) 2000 Merdeka Tournament S. Sivaram Goal 16'
R. Suresh Goal 65'
Ooi Hoe Guan Goal 89'
19 August  New Zealand 0–2 (L) Malaysia (H) 2000 Merdeka Tournament
5 November  Vietnam 0–0 (D) Tinsulanon Stadium, Songkhla (A) 2000 AFF Championship
7 November  Laos 5–0 (W) Tinsulanon Stadium, Songkhla (A) 2000 AFF Championship Rusdi Goal 24'54'
Azman Goal 31' (pen.)
Hairuddin Goal 43'
Shahrul Goal 89'
9 November  Cambodia 3–2 (W) Tinsulanon Stadium, Songkhla (A) 2000 AFF Championship Azman Goal 21'
Hairuddin Goal 47'
Shahrul Goal 62'
13 November  Singapore 1–0 (W) Tinsulanon Stadium, Songkhla (A) 2000 AFF Championship Azman Goal 63'
16 November  Thailand 0–2 (L) Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2000 AFF Championship
16 November  Vietnam 3–0 (W) Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok (A) 2000 AFF Championship Rosdi Goal 42'
Rusdi Goal 59'90'

1990–1999 results[edit]

1999[edit]

1999 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
1 July  New Zealand 2–1 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
3 July  New Zealand 1–5 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
11 July  Uzbekistan 0–3 (L) Uzbekistan (A) Friendly
19 July England Arsenal[note 12] 0–2 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
31 July  Singapore 1–2 (L) Berakas Sports Complex, Bandar Seri Begawan (A) Football at the 1999 Southeast Asian Games Azizul Goal 87'
2 August  Indonesia 0–6 (L) Berakas Sports Complex, Bandar Seri Begawan (A) Football at the 1999 Southeast Asian Games
4 August  Cambodia 7–2 (W) Berakas Sports Complex, Bandar Seri Begawan (A) Football at the 1999 Southeast Asian Games Shahrul Goal 8'46'89'
Rohaimi Goal 22'71'
Rusdi Goal 66'81'
6 August  Brunei 2–0 (W) Berakas Sports Complex, Bandar Seri Begawan (A) Football at the 1999 Southeast Asian Games Asmawi Goal 18'
Azizul Goal 85'
28 December  Singapore 1–0 (W) United Arab Emirates (N) Friendly

1998[edit]

1998 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
30 June  China PR 1–1 (D) Malaysia (H) Friendly
26 August  Singapore 0–2 (L) Hàng Đẫy Stadium, Hanoi (A) 1998 AFF Championship
28 August  Laos 0–0 (D) Hàng Đẫy Stadium, Hanoi (A) 1998 AFF Championship
30 August  Vietnam 0–1 (L) Hàng Đẫy Stadium, Hanoi (A) 1998 AFF Championship

1997[edit]

1997 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
21 February  Finland 2–1 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
23 February  Singapore 0–0 (D) Malaysia (H) Friendly
25 February  China PR 0–2 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
28 February  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0–1 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
16 March  Bangladesh 2–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification Azman Goal 43'
Idris Goal 87'
18 March  Saudi Arabia 0–0 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
20 March  Chinese Taipei 2–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification Che Goal 2'
Rosdee Goal 16'
27 March  Chinese Taipei 0–0 (D) Prince Abdullah al-Faisal Stadium, Jeddah (A) 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
29 March  Saudi Arabia 0–3 (L) Prince Abdullah al-Faisal Stadium, Jeddah (A) 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
31 March  Bangladesh 1–0 (W) Prince Abdullah al-Faisal Stadium, Jeddah (A) 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification Zainal Goal ?'
5 October  Vietnam 1–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1997 Southeast Asian Games Azmi Goal ?'
7 October  Philippines 4–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1997 Southeast Asian Games Rizal Goal ?'
Azmi Goal ?'
Azman Goal ?'
Zami Goal ?'
9 October  Indonesia 0–4 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1997 Southeast Asian Games
14 October  Laos 0–1 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1997 Southeast Asian Games

1996[edit]

1996 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
2 March  Indonesia 0–0 (D) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1996 AFC Asian Cup qualification
6 March  India 5–2 (W) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1996 AFC Asian Cup qualification
1 September  Singapore 1–1 (D) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1996 AFF Championship K. Sanbagamaran Goal 76'
4 September  Philippines 7–0 (W) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1996 AFF Championship K. Sanbagamaran Goal 36'61'89'
Adnan Goal 43'
Shamsurin Goal 53'81'
M. Chandran Goal 78'
8 September  Thailand 1–1 (D) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1996 AFF Championship Zainal Goal 59'
10 September  Brunei 6–0 (W) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1996 AFF Championship K. Sanbagamaran Goal 3'
Shamsurin Goal 37'
Anuar Goal 47'60'
M. Chandran Goal 82'89'
13 September  Indonesia 3–1 (W) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1996 AFF Championship K. Sanbagamaran Goal 5'
Rusdee Goal 16'[note 13]
Shamsurin Goal 76'
15 September  Thailand 0–1 (L) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1996 AFF Championship

1995[edit]

1995 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
7 May Brazil Flamengo XI[52][53] 1–1 (D) Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor (H) Friendly1XI Badrul Goal ?'
17 July  South Korea 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1995 Merdeka Tournament Anuar Goal 22'
Liew Kim Tu Goal 28' (pen.)
21 July  Iraq 1–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1995 Merdeka Tournament Anuar Goal 89'
25 July Hungary Vasas SC 0–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1995 Merdeka Tournament
4 December  Vietnam 0–2 (L) Chiang Mai (A) Football at the 1995 Southeast Asian Games
6 December  Thailand 0–0 (D) Chiang Mai (A) Football at the 1995 Southeast Asian Games
8 December  Indonesia 0–3 (L) Chiang Mai (A) Football at the 1995 Southeast Asian Games
10 December  Cambodia 9–0 (W) Chiang Mai (A) Football at the 1995 Southeast Asian Games

1994[edit]

1994 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
22 September  Kuwait 0–2 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
1 October  Hong Kong 4–0 (W) Hiroshima Stadium, Hiroshima (A) Football at the 1994 Asian Games Azizol Goal 48'
Azman Goal 53'
S. Thanasegar Goal 80'
Dollah Goal 88'
3 October  Uzbekistan 0–5 (L) Hiroshima Stadium, Hiroshima (A) Football at the 1994 Asian Games
7 October  Saudi Arabia 1–2 (L) Hiroshima Stadium, Hiroshima (A) Football at the 1994 Asian Games Dollah Goal 44'
9 October  Thailand 1–1 (D) Hiroshima Stadium, Hiroshima (A) Football at the 1994 Asian Games Azizol Goal 26'

1993[edit]

1993 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
5 February  Singapore 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1993 Merdeka Tournament Mubin Goal 59'
Dollah Goal 64'
7 February  Thailand 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1993 Merdeka Tournament Dollah Goal 44'
9 February Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 0–0 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1993 Merdeka Tournament
12 February Switzerland Aarau 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1993 Merdeka Tournament Mubin Goal 20'
Azman Goal 59'
14 February  South Korea 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1993 Merdeka Tournament Dollah Goal 3'
Azman Goal 95'118'
2 April  United Arab Emirates 0–1 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
9 April  Oman 0–1 (L) Oman (A) Friendly
1 May  Kuwait 1–1 (D) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification Azman Goal 59'
3 May  Saudi Arabia 1–1 (D) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification Mubin Goal 31'
5 May  Macau 9–0 (W) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification Azman Goal 6'14'74'
Azizol Goal 32'75'
A. Elangovan Goal 42'
Mubin Goal 47'54'
Zainal Goal 87'
14 May  Kuwait 0–2 (L) Ta'if (A) 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
16 May  Saudi Arabia 0–3 (L) Ta'if (A) 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
18 May  Macau 5–0 (W) Ta'if (A) 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification Azman Goal 10'43'
Azizol Goal 74'
P. Ravindran Goal 77'85'

1992[edit]

1992 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
19 April  Singapore 1–1 (D) Singapore (A) 1992 AFC Asian Cup qualification
23 April  China PR 0–4 (L) Singapore (A) 1992 AFC Asian Cup qualification
25 April  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Singapore (A) 1992 AFC Asian Cup qualification
8 August  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Indonesia (A) Friendly
11 August  Australia 1–0 (W) Indonesia (A) Friendly
8 December  Singapore 0–3 (L) Singapore (A) 1992 Merlion Cup

1991[edit]

1991 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
4 February  China PR 2–2 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1991 Merdeka Tournament Lim Teong Kim Goal ?' (pen.)
Nidzam Goal ?'
6 February  Indonesia 1–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1991 Merdeka Tournament S. Singh Goal 28'
8 February Austria Admira Wacker 3–2 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1991 Merdeka Tournament S. Balachandran Goal 3'
Subadron Goal 75'86'
20 May England Aston Villa 0–4 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
12 June  England 2–4 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
26 November  Indonesia 0–2 (L) Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila (A) Football at the 1991 Southeast Asian Games
28 November  Philippines 0–1 (L) Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila (A) Football at the 1991 Southeast Asian Games
30 November  Vietnam 2–1 (W) Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila (A) Football at the 1991 Southeast Asian Games Azizol Goal 21'
Matlan Goal 84'

1990[edit]

1990 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
8 September  Yemen 0–1 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
13 September  Singapore 0–3 (L) Singapore (A) Friendly
24 September  Iran 0–3 (L) Fengtai Stadium, Beijing (A) Football at the 1990 Asian Games
26 September  North Korea 0–0 (D) Xiannongtan Stadium, Beijing (A) Football at the 1990 Asian Games

1980–1989 results[edit]

1989[edit]

1989 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
28 January  Thailand 0–1 (L) Thailand (A) 1989 King's Cup
3 February  Indonesia 3–1 (W) Thailand (A) 1989 King's Cup
27 March  Qatar 0–1 (L) Qatar (A) Friendly
11 August England Everton 0–0 (D) (AET)
(2 PSO 4)
Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
21 August  Philippines 3–0 (W) Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1989 Southeast Asian Games A. Anbalagan Goal 4'41'
Radhi Goal 28'
23 August  Brunei 2–1 (W) Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1989 Southeast Asian Games Radhi Goal 28'
P. Ravichandran Goal 86'
25 August  Indonesia 2–0 (W) Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1989 Southeast Asian Games Lim Teong Kim Goal 39'52'
28 August  Thailand 1–0 (W) Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1989 Southeast Asian Games Zainal Goal 71'
31 August  Singapore 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1989 Southeast Asian Games Borhan Goal 8' (o.g.)
Lim Teong Kim Goal 59'
Dollah Goal 60'

1988[edit]

1988 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
7 April  Pakistan 4–0 (W) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1988 AFC Asian Cup qualification
11 April  Japan 0–1 (L) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1988 AFC Asian Cup qualification
14 April  Jordan 0–0 (D) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1988 AFC Asian Cup qualification
18 April  Kuwait 0–5 (L) Kuala Lumpur (H) 1988 AFC Asian Cup qualification
November  Saudi Arabia 0–6 (L) Saudi Arabia (A) Friendly
27 November  Singapore 3–2 (W) Singapore (A) Friendly
8 December  Indonesia 0–0 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1988 Merdeka Tournament
10 December  Thailand 0–0 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1988 Merdeka Tournament
12 December  Soviet Union 1–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1988 Merdeka Tournament See Kim Seng Goal 68' (pen.)

1987[edit]

1987 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
14 March  Thailand 0–1 (L) Malaysia (H) Football at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
18 March  Thailand 2–2 (D) Malaysia (H) Football at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
10 September  Singapore 0–0 (D) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1987 Southeast Asian Games
12 September  Burma 2–2 (D) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1987 Southeast Asian Games Khalid Goal 41'
Radhi Goal 81'
16 September  Thailand 2–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1987 Southeast Asian Games Hassan Goal 68'
Dollah Goal 73'
20 September  Indonesia 0–1 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1987 Southeast Asian Games
6 November  Oman 0–1 (L) Oman (A) Friendly
8 November  Oman 2–2 (D) Oman (A) Friendly
16 November  Qatar 2–2 (D) Qatar (A) Friendly
18 November  Qatar 0–1 (L) Qatar (A) Friendly
8 December Denmark Vejle BK 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1987 Merdeka Tournament Jelani Goal 56'
Salehan Goal 58'
Zainal Goal 73'
11 December Sweden Halmstads BK 0–1 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1987 Merdeka Tournament
13 December  Czechoslovakia 0–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1987 Merdeka Tournament
17 December  South Korea 0–1 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1987 Merdeka Tournament

1986[edit]

1986 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
22 July  South Korea 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1986 Merdeka Tournament Go Ue-suk Goal 52' (o.g.)
24 July  India 3–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1986 Merdeka Tournament Azhar Goal 11'
Zainal Goal 71'74'
26 July  Thailand 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1986 Merdeka Tournament Zainal Goal 61'
Dollah Goal 70'
28 July  Indonesia 3–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1986 Merdeka Tournament
1 August  Japan 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1986 Merdeka Tournament Zainal Goal 56'
Dollah Goal 119'
3 August  Czechoslovakia 3–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1986 Merdeka Tournament Wong Hung Nung Goal 28' (pen.)
Zainal Goal 47'
Dollah Goal 70'
23 August  Algeria 2–2 (D) Malaysia (H) Friendly
21 September  Saudi Arabia 1–3 (L) Gwangju Mudeung Stadium, Gwangju (A) Football at the 1986 Asian Games Wong Hung Nung Goal 12'
23 September  Qatar 1–1 (D) Gwangju Mudeung Stadium, Gwangju (A) Football at the 1986 Asian Games Yusof Goal 33'
27 September  Indonesia 0–1 (L) Gwangju Mudeung Stadium, Gwangju (A) Football at the 1986 Asian Games
6 December  South Korea 1–2 (L) Nepal (N) Friendly

1985[edit]

1985 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
10 March  South Korea 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1986 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round Dollah Goal 49'
16 March    Nepal 0–0 (D) Dasarath Rangasala Stadium, Kathmandu (A) 1986 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round
31 March    Nepal 5–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1986 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round Zainal Goal 4'26'33'
Dollah Goal 29'
Yunus Goal 40'
19 May  South Korea 0–2 (L) Olympic Stadium, Seoul (A) 1986 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round
3 June  Bahrain 1–3 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1985 President's Cup Football Tournament Husin Goal 36'
5 June  South Korea 0–6 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1985 President's Cup Football Tournament
24 July Wales Swansea City A.F.C. 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1985 Merdeka Tournament Lim Teong Kim Goal 44'82'
Zainal Goal 67'
27 July  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1985 Merdeka Tournament Lim Teong Kim Goal 13' (pen.)
29 July  Ghana 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1985 Merdeka Tournament Dollah Goal 24'
1 August  South Korea 0–3 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1985 Merdeka Tournament
13 October  Brunei 4–0 (W) Singapore (A) 1985 Merlion Cup
20 October  Singapore 0–2 (L) Singapore (A) 1985 Merlion Cup
23 October  Singapore 0–4 (L) Singapore (A) 1985 Merlion Cup
8 December  Thailand 1–1 (D) Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) Football at the 1985 Southeast Asian Games Dollah Goal 76'
10 December  Philippines 6–0 (W) Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) Football at the 1985 Southeast Asian Games
15 December  Singapore 2–2 (D) (AET)
(5 PSO 6)
Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) Football at the 1985 Southeast Asian Games Zainal Goal 48'
Khan Hung Meng Goal 89'
16 December  Indonesia 1–0 (W) Suphachalasai Stadium, Bangkok (A) Football at the 1985 Southeast Asian Games Lim Teong Kim Goal 67'

1984[edit]

1984 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
31 March  New Zealand 0–2 (L) New Zealand (A) Friendly
3 April  New Zealand 1–6 (L) New Zealand (A) Friendly
16 April  Qatar 0–2 (L) Singapore (A) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
18 April  Japan 2–1 (W) Singapore (A) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
23 April  Thailand 0–0 (D) Singapore (A) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
26 April  Iraq 0–2 (L) Singapore (A) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
12 August  Singapore 1–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
18 August  Singapore 0–0 (D) Singapore (A) Friendly
24 August  Thailand 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1984 Merdeka Tournament Zainal Goal 42' (pen.)
26 August  Indonesia 2–2 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1984 Merdeka Tournament
29 August  Liberia 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1984 Merdeka Tournament Zainal Goal 56'60'79' (pen.)
1 September Brazil Minas Gerais XI 0–4 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1984 Merdeka Tournament
4 September  Papua New Guinea 5–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1984 Merdeka Tournament K. Gunasekaran Goal 3'
Azizul Goal 34'
Zainal Goal 78'
Hassan Goal 89'
Zulkifli Goal 90'
7 September  South Korea 1–3 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1984 Merdeka Tournament Zulkifli Goal 64'
11 October  Pakistan 5–0 (W) Calcutta (A) 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
14 October  India 1–2 (L) Calcutta (A) 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
16 October  South Korea 0–0 (D) Calcutta (A) 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
18 October  North Yemen 4–1 (W) Calcutta (A) 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification

1983[edit]

1983 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
18 May England Newcastle United 2–5 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI Zainal Goal ?'
Chen Wooi Haw Goal ?'
20 May England Newcastle United 0–1 (L) Darulmakmur Stadium, Kuantan, Pahang (H) Friendly1XI
28 May  Singapore 1–2 (L) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) Football at the 1983 Southeast Asian Games Chen Wooi Haw Goal 20'
30 May  Philippines 0–0 (D) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) Football at the 1983 Southeast Asian Games
4 June  Thailand 1–1 (D) (AET)
(0 PSO 3)
Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) Football at the 1983 Southeast Asian Games S. Singh Goal 26'
5 June  Brunei 5–0 (W) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) Football at the 1983 Southeast Asian Games Zainal Goal 42'?'
Japari Goal 78' (o.g.)
S. Singh Goal 85'
A. Rukumaran Goal 89'
14 September  South Korea 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1983 Merdeka Tournament
19 September    Nepal 7–0 (W) Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium, Kota Bharu, Kelantan (H) 1983 Merdeka Tournament
22 September  Algeria 0–0 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1983 Merdeka Tournament
24 September  Argentina 1–2 (L) Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu (H) 1983 Merdeka Tournament
28 September  Bangladesh 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1983 Merdeka Tournament
10 October  Saudi Arabia 3–1 (W) Malaysia (H) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
16 October  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Singapore (A) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
20 October  Singapore 2–0 (W) Singapore (A) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
22 October  India 3–3 (D) Singapore (A) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
25 October  India 2–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
28 October  Indonesia 2–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
1 November  Singapore 1–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
11 November  Saudi Arabia 0–2 (L) Saudi Arabia (A) Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification

1982[edit]

1982 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
27 January  Bahrain 0–2 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
6 June West Germany Bayer Leverkusen 2–1 (W) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1982 President's Cup Football Tournament
8 June South Korea Hallelujah 0–1 (L) Daegu Civic Stadium, Daegu (A) 1982 President's Cup Football Tournament
10 June  Thailand 1–1 (D) Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan (A) 1982 President's Cup Football Tournament
14 June Brazil Operário 1–3 (L) Incheon Civic Stadium, Incheon (A) 1982 President's Cup Football Tournament
31 July England Nottingham Forest 0–3 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI
August  Pakistan 4–1 (W) Bangladesh (A) 1982 Bangladesh President's Cup
5 August  Indonesia 0–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1982 Merdeka Tournament
7 August  United Arab Emirates 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1982 Merdeka Tournament
10 August  South Korea 1–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1982 Merdeka Tournament
13 August  Senegal 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1982 Merdeka Tournament
30 August  South Korea 1–0 (W) Bangladesh (A) 1982 Bangladesh President's Cup
5 October  Singapore 1–0 (W) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1982 Merlion Cup
7 October  South Korea 1–3 (L) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1982 Merlion Cup
10 October  Brunei 4–0 (W) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1982 Merlion Cup
14 October  Australia 0–5 (L) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1982 Merlion Cup
17 October  Indonesia 0–0 (D) (AET)
(3 PSO 4)
Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) 1982 Merlion Cup
20 November  China PR 0–1 (L) Chhatrasal Stadium, North Delhi, Delhi (A) Football at the 1982 Asian Games
22 November  India 0–1 (L) Ambedkar Stadium, New Delhi, Delhi (A) Football at the 1982 Asian Games
24 November  Bangladesh 1–2 (L) New Delhi (A) Football at the 1982 Asian Games

1981[edit]

1981 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
8 February  Japan 1–0 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
10 February  Japan 1–1 (D) Malaysia (H) Friendly
5 April  Singapore 1–1 (D) Singapore (A) Friendly
17 April  Singapore 1–2 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
21 April  South Korea 1–2 (L) Kuwait City (A) 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC) Wong Chye Goal 6'
25 April  Kuwait 0–4 (L) Kuwait City (A) 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
27 April  Thailand 2–2 (D) Kuwait City (A) 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC) Ibrahim Goal ?'?'
13 June Argentina Racing Córdoba 0–6 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1981 President's Cup Football Tournament
15 June France LB Châteauroux 2–0 (W) Daejeon Hanbat Stadium, Daejeon (A) 1981 President's Cup Football Tournament Ibrahim Goal 40'
Hamzah Goal 75'
17 June  South Korea 0–2 (L) Jeonju Stadium, Jeonju (A) 1981 President's Cup Football Tournament
19 June  Japan 0–2 (L) Daegu Civic Stadium, Daegu (A) 1981 President's Cup Football Tournament
21 June West Germany 1. FC Saarbrücken 1–2 (L) Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan (A) 1981 President's Cup Football Tournament
30 August  Japan 0–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1981 Merdeka Tournament
4 September  New Zealand 0–1 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1981 Merdeka Tournament
9 September  Indonesia 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1981 Merdeka Tournament
12 September  United Arab Emirates 0–1 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1981 Merdeka Tournament
15 September  India 2–2 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1981 Merdeka Tournament
6 October  Liechtenstein 0–1 (L) Liechtenstein (A) Friendly
11 November  Singapore 0–1 (L) Thailand (A) 1981 King's Cup
13 November  Pakistan 2–3 (L) Thailand (A) 1981 King's Cup
15 November  Thailand 0–2 (L) Thailand (A) 1981 King's Cup
6 December  Burma 1–0 (W) Philippines (A) Football at the 1981 Southeast Asian Games Muin Goal ?'
8 December  Thailand 2–2 (D) Philippines (A) Football at the 1981 Southeast Asian Games Jamal Goal 24'
S. Suvindran Goal 33'
13 December  Singapore 1–1 (D) (AET)
(5 PSO 4)
Philippines (A) Football at the 1981 Southeast Asian Games Muin Goal 85'
15 December  Thailand 1–2 (L) Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila (A) Football at the 1981 Southeast Asian Games Muin Goal 86'

1980[edit]

1980 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
16 March  China PR 3–1 (W) Malaysia (H) Friendly
21 March  Indonesia 6–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournaments
25 March  South Korea 3–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournaments
27 March  Brunei 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournaments
30 March  Japan 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournaments
2 April  Philippines 8–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournaments
6 April  South Korea 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournaments Bakri Goal 12'
James Wong Goal 85'
23 August  South Korea 0–2 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1980 President's Cup Football Tournament
25 August  Bahrain 1–1 (D) Chuncheon Civic Stadium, Chuncheon (A) 1980 President's Cup Football Tournament
27 August  South Korea 0–1 (L) Daejeon Hanbat Stadium, Daejeon (A) 1980 President's Cup Football Tournament
29 August  Thailand 1–4 (L) Daejeon Hanbat Stadium, Daejeon (A) 1980 President's Cup Football Tournament
31 August  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Gwangju Mudeung Stadium, Gwangju (A) 1980 President's Cup Football Tournament
16 September  South Korea 1–1 (D) Sabah Al-Salem Stadium, Kuwait City (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup Zulkifli Goal 90'
18 September  Kuwait 1–3 (L) Sabah Al-Salem Stadium, Kuwait City (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup Zulkifli Goal 44'
20 September  United Arab Emirates 2–0 (W) Sabah Al-Salem Stadium, Kuwait City (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup Abdah Goal 32'
Tukamin Goal 89'
23 September  Qatar 1–1 (D) Sabah Al-Salem Stadium, Kuwait City (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup Tukamin Goal ?'
29 September  Saudi Arabia 0–3 (L) Turkey (A) Turkey Islamic Games
30 September  Libya 0–1 (L) Turkey (A) Turkey Islamic Games
2 October  Northern Cyprus 1–2 (L) Turkey (A) Turkey Islamic Games
5 October  Turkey 0–3 (L) Turkey (A) Turkey Islamic Games
17 October  Burma 3–2 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Merdeka Tournament
20 October  Thailand 2–2 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Merdeka Tournament
22 October  South Korea 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Merdeka Tournament
24 October  Morocco 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Merdeka Tournament
27 October  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Merdeka Tournament
29 October  Kuwait 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Merdeka Tournament
30 October  New Zealand 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Merdeka Tournament
2 November  Morocco 1–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1980 Merdeka Tournament

1970–1979 results[edit]

1979[edit]

1979 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
2 May  Sri Lanka 3–1 (W) Bangkok (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification
5 May  Indonesia 4–1 (W) Bangkok (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification S. Singh Goal 35'
James Wong Goal 51'
Bakri Goal 55'
Mokhtar Goal 88'
9 May  North Korea 1–1 (D) Bangkok (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification
11 May  Hong Kong 0–0 (D) (AET)
(5 PSO 4)
Bangkok (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification
14 May  North Korea 0–1 (L) Bangkok (A) 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification
27 June  Japan 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1979 Merdeka Tournament
29 June  Burma 4–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1979 Merdeka Tournament
1 July  Thailand 4–2 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1979 Merdeka Tournament
4 July  Indonesia 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1979 Merdeka Tournament
9 July  Singapore 3–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1979 Merdeka Tournament
12 July  Malaysia 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1979 Merdeka Tournament
15 July  South Korea 0–0 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1979 Merdeka Tournament
23 September  Singapore 2–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1979 Southeast Asian Games James Wong Goal 76'
Hassan Goal 84'
25 September  Burma 0–0 (D) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1979 Southeast Asian Games
28 September  Thailand 1–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1979 Southeast Asian Games
30 September  Indonesia 1–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) Football at the 1979 Southeast Asian Games Mokhtar Goal 21'
14 November  Sweden 1–3 (L) Malaysia (H) Friendly
25 November  Singapore 0–4 (L) Thailand (A) 1979 King's Cup

1978[edit]

1978 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
April  Singapore 0–1 (L) Bangkok (A) 1978 King's Cup
May  Thailand 3–2 (W) Bangkok (A) 1978 King's Cup
May  South Korea 3–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1978 King's Cup
May  Singapore 3–2 (W) Bangkok (A) 1978 King's Cup
13 June  Indonesia 0–3 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1978 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
16 June  Singapore 1–1 (D) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1978 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
19 June  South Korea 1–3 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1978 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
21 June  Thailand 1–1 (D) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1978 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
12 July  South Korea 1–3 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1978 Merdeka Tournament
14 July  Singapore 6–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1978 Merdeka Tournament
16 July  Thailand 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1978 Merdeka Tournament
19 July  Indonesia 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1978 Merdeka Tournament
21 July  Japan 4–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1978 Merdeka Tournament
23 July  Syria 5–2 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1978 Merdeka Tournament
26 July  Iraq 1–3 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1978 Merdeka Tournament
9 September  Bahrain 2–1 (W) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1978 President's Cup Football Tournament
11 September  South Korea 2–2 (D) Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan (A) 1978 President's Cup Football Tournament Fakril Goal 9'
Hamidon Goal 47'
13 September United States Washington Diplomats 0–2 (L) Daegu Civic Stadium, Daegu (A) 1978 President's Cup Football Tournament
10 December  India 1–0 (W) Bangkok (A) Football at the 1978 Asian Games
12 December  Bangladesh 1–0 (W) Bangkok (A) Football at the 1978 Asian Games
December  Thailand 1–2 (L) Bangkok (A) Football at the 1978 Asian Games
December  China PR 1–7 (L) Bangkok (A) Football at the 1978 Asian Games
December  South Korea 0–1 (L) Bangkok (A) Football at the 1978 Asian Games

1977[edit]

1977 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
1 March  Thailand 6–4 (W) Singapore (A) 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC) James Wong Goal 15'38'51'60'
Isa Goal 17'19'
3 March  Indonesia 0–0 (D) Singapore (A) 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
6 March  Singapore 0–1 (L) Singapore (A) 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
8 March  Hong Kong 1–1 (D) Singapore (A) 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC) Bakri Goal 78'
16 July  Burma 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1977 Merdeka Tournament Myint Kyu Goal 87' (o.g.)
18 July  Thailand 3–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1977 Merdeka Tournament Marzuki Goal 12'
Mokhtar Goal 27'
Abdah Goal 55'
21 July  Libya 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1977 Merdeka Tournament Marzuki Goal 75'
23 July  Iraq 0–0 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1977 Merdeka Tournament
26 July  South Korea 1–1 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1977 Merdeka Tournament Mokhtar Goal 72' (pen.)
29 July Indonesia Persebaya XI 5–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1977 Merdeka Tournament Mokhtar Goal 42'
Isa Goal 44'
S. Singh Goal 49' (pen.)
Soh Chin Aun Goal 60'
Reduan Goal 88'
4 September  South Korea 1–1 (D) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1977 President's Cup Football Tournament Suabaka Goal 19'
6 September Brazil São Paulo 1–3 (L) Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan (A) 1977 President's Cup Football Tournament
8 September  Bahrain 3–1 (W) Daegu Civic Stadium, Daegu (A) 1977 President's Cup Football Tournament
13 September  South Korea 0–3 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1977 President's Cup Football Tournament
15 September  Thailand 1–1 (D) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1977 President's Cup Football Tournament Bakri Goal 47'
29 October  Indonesia 3–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1977 King's Cup
1 November  Singapore 4–3 (W) Bangkok (A) 1977 King's Cup
4 November  South Korea 0–1 (L) Bangkok (A) 1977 King's Cup
6 November  Thailand 2–1 (W) Bangkok (A) 1977 King's Cup
10 November  India 3–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1977 King's Cup
12 November  South Korea 0–0 (D) Bangkok (A) 1977 King's Cup
19 November  Indonesia 1–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1977 Southeast Asian Games Abdah Goal 88'
21 November  Philippines 5–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1977 Southeast Asian Games
23 November  Brunei 7–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1977 Southeast Asian Games
25 November  Burma 9–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1977 Southeast Asian Games James Wong Goal 2'
Mokhtar Goal 8'29' (pen.)39'86'88'
Isa Goal 56'62'
Bakri Goal 83'
26 November  Thailand 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 1977 Southeast Asian Games Bakri Goal 11'
Mokhtar Goal 68'

1976[edit]

1976 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
2 January  South Korea 0–4 (L) Bangkok (A) 1976 King's Cup
15 February  Papua New Guinea 10–1 (W) Indonesia (A) Football at the 1976 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
18 February  North Korea 0–2 (L) Indonesia (A) Football at the 1976 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
22 February  Singapore 6–0 (W) Indonesia (A) Football at the 1976 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
24 February  Indonesia 1–2 (L) Indonesia (A) Football at the 1976 Summer Olympics – Men's qualification
6 May  China PR 0–2 (L) China (A) Friendly
9 May  North Korea 0–5 (L) North Korea (A) Friendly
3 June  Kuwait 0–2 (L) Bagh Shomal Stadium, Tabriz (A) 1976 AFC Asian Cup
5 June  China PR 1–1 (D) Bagh Shomal Stadium, Tabriz (A) 1976 AFC Asian Cup Mokhtar Goal 50'
8 June  Burma 1–3 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1976 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
10 June  Indonesia 2–1 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1976 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
12 June  South Korea 1–2 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1976 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
7 August  South Korea 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1976 Merdeka Tournament
9 August  Thailand 0–0 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1976 Merdeka Tournament
12 August  India 5–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1976 Merdeka Tournament
14 August  Indonesia 7–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1976 Merdeka Tournament
17 August  Burma 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1976 Merdeka Tournament
20 August  Japan 2–2 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1976 Merdeka Tournament
22 August  Japan 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1976 Merdeka Tournament
11 September  South Korea 4–4 (D) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1976 President's Cup Football Tournament Wan Goal 12'
? Goal 21'
? Goal 32'
? Goal ?'
13 September  Singapore 4–1 (W) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1976 President's Cup Football Tournament Isa Goal 14'
Shukor Goal 17'
Mokhtar Goal ?'?'
15 September Brazil São Paulo 0–2 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1976 President's Cup Football Tournament
19 September  India 4–0 (W) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1976 President's Cup Football Tournament
16 December  Thailand 1–1 (D) Bangkok (A) 1976 King's Cup
18 December  Bangladesh 6–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1976 King's Cup
22 December  South Korea 1–1 (D) (AET)
(3 PSO 2)
Bangkok (A) 1976 King's Cup
25 December  Thailand 1–1 (D) Bangkok (A) 1976 King's Cup

1975[edit]

1975 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
16 March  South Korea 2–1 (W) Bangkok (A) 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification Isa Goal 19'
Mokhtar Goal 50'
18 March  Thailand 1–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
20 March  Indonesia 0–0 (D) Bangkok (A) 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
23 March  South Vietnam 3–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification
26 March  Thailand 1–2 (L) Thailand (A) Friendly
13 May England Arsenal 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly1XI Mokhtar Goal ?'?'
15 May England Arsenal 1–1 (D) City Stadium, George Town, Penang (H) Friendly1XI Isa Goal ?'
13 June  Thailand 1–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1975 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
14 June  Indonesia 1–3 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1975 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
16 June  South Korea 1–1 (D) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1975 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
18 June  Burma 0–2 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1975 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
29 July  South Korea 1–3 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1975 Merdeka Tournament
July  Bangladesh 3–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1975 Merdeka Tournament
31 July  Hong Kong 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1975 Merdeka Tournament
2 August  Japan 2–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1975 Merdeka Tournament
4 August  Thailand 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1975 Merdeka Tournament
10 August  Burma 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1975 Merdeka Tournament
14 August  Indonesia 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1975 Merdeka Tournament
17 August  South Korea 0–1 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1975 Merdeka Tournament
9 December  Thailand 1–1 (D) Bangkok (A) Football at the 1975 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games
13 December  Burma 1–0 (W) Bangkok (A) Football at the 1975 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games
16 December  Thailand 1–2 (L) Bangkok (A) Football at the 1975 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games
21 December  Singapore 0–0 (D) Bangkok (A) 1975 King's Cup
27 December  Burma 1–2 (L) Bangkok (A) 1975 King's Cup
29 December  Thailand 0–1 (L) Bangkok (A) 1975 King's Cup

1974[edit]

1974 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
16 February  Japan 0–1 (L) Thailand (N) Friendly
8 May England Everton 0–1 (L) Perak Stadium, Ipoh, Perak (H) Friendly1XI
11 May  Khmer Republic 1–1 (D) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1974 President's Cup Football Tournament
13 May  Japan 1–1 (D) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1974 President's Cup Football Tournament
15 May  South Korea 0–4 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1974 President's Cup Football Tournament
18 May Indonesia PSMS Medan 0–0 (D) (AET)
(2 PSO 3)
Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1974 President's Cup Football Tournament
3 June  Burma 0–3 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1974 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
7 June  Indonesia 3–4 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1974 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
23 July  South Korea 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1974 Merdeka Tournament Ahmad Goal 27'
25 July  India 4–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1974 Merdeka Tournament Ahmad Goal 5'
Bakar Goal 16'34'
Wong Choon Wah Goal 65'
27 July  Hong Kong 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1974 Merdeka Tournament Mokhtar Goal 86'
1 August  Thailand 3–2 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1974 Merdeka Tournament Bakar Goal 9'
Mokhtar Goal 45' (pen.)
Ahmad Goal 88'
4 August  South Korea 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1974 Merdeka Tournament Mokhtar Goal 84'
3 September  Israel 3–8 (L) Aryamehr Stadium, Tehran (A) Football at the 1974 Asian Games Zawawi Goal 61' (pen.)
Ahmad Goal 75'80'
5 September  Japan 1–1 (D) Persepolis Stadium, Tehran (A) Football at the 1974 Asian Games Bakar Goal 66'
7 September  Philippines 6–0 (W) Persepolis Stadium, Tehran (A) Football at the 1974 Asian Games
9 September  Iran 0–1 (L) Aryamehr Stadium, Tehran (A) Football at the 1974 Asian Games
11 September  Iraq 0–0 (D) Aryamehr Stadium, Tehran (A) Football at the 1974 Asian Games
13 September  South Korea 3–2 (W) Aryamehr Stadium, Tehran (A) Football at the 1974 Asian Games Harun Goal 10'22'
Ali Goal 78'
15 September  North Korea 2–1 (W) Aryamehr Stadium, Tehran (A) Football at the 1974 Asian Games Isa Goal 48'81'
2 November  Laos 0–0 (D) Saigon (A) 1974 South Vietnam Independence Cup
3 November  Chinese Taipei 0–0 (D) Saigon (A) 1974 South Vietnam Independence Cup
5 November  South Vietnam 0–1 (L) Saigon (A) 1974 South Vietnam Independence Cup
10 December  Thailand 2–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1974 King's Cup
12 December  Singapore 0–0 (D) Bangkok (A) 1974 King's Cup
14 December  Laos 2–2 (D) Bangkok (A) 1974 King's Cup
16 December  Thailand 1–4 (L) Bangkok (A) 1974 King's Cup
18 December  South Korea 0–0 (D) Bangkok (A) 1974 King's Cup
20 December  Khmer Republic 3–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1974 King's Cup

1973[edit]

1973 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
17 May  Hong Kong 0–1 (L) Seoul (A) 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
19 May  Israel 0–3 (L) Seoul (A) 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
21 May  South Korea 0–0 (D) Seoul (A) 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
23 May  Thailand 2–0 (W) Seoul (A) 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC) Rahim Goal ?'
Harun Goal ?'
12 June  Burma 2–2 (D) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1973 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
14 June  Indonesia 0–2 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1973 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
26 July  Kuwait 0–0 (D) (AET)
(3 PSO 2)
Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1973 Merdeka Tournament
July  South Korea 1–2 (L) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1973 Merdeka Tournament
28 July  Khmer Republic 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1973 Merdeka Tournament
1 August  Thailand 2–2 (D) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1973 Merdeka Tournament
4 August  India 4–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1973 Merdeka Tournament
10 August  Burma 2–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1973 Merdeka Tournament
12 August  Kuwait 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1973 Merdeka Tournament
12 August  Thailand 1–1 (D) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) Football at the 1973 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games Rochana Goal 2' (o.g.)
4 September  Singapore 0–0 (D) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) Football at the 1973 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games
6 September  Burma 0–1 (L) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) Football at the 1973 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games
7 September  Singapore 3–0 (W) Former National Stadium, Kallang (A) Football at the 1973 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games Reduan Goal 6'
Mokhtar Goal 34'
R. Visvanathan Goal 84'
24 September  Thailand 5–1 (W) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1973 President's Cup Football Tournament Wong Choon Wah Goal 1'66'
Afandi Goal 3'
Mokhtar Goal 81'
Abdullah Goal 89'
26 September  Burma 3–1 (W) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1973 President's Cup Football Tournament R. Visvanathan Goal 8'52'68'
28 September  Khmer Republic 0–2 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1973 President's Cup Football Tournament
30 September  South Korea 0–2 (L) Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul (A) 1973 President's Cup Football Tournament
1 November  South Vietnam 5–1 (W) Saigon (A) 1973 South Vietnam Independence Cup
3 November  Singapore 2–1 (W) Saigon (A) 1973 South Vietnam Independence Cup
18 December  South Korea 0–0 (D) Bangkok (A) 1973 King's Cup
20 December  Khmer Republic 3–2 (W) Bangkok (A) 1973 King's Cup
22 December  Thailand 1–0 (W) Bangkok (A) 1973 King's Cup
25 December  South Korea 1–2 (L) Bangkok (A) 1973 King's Cup

1972[edit]

1972 Results
Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scores
7 June  Sri Lanka 3–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1972 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
9 June  Laos 2–0 (W) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1972 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament James Wong Goal 12'
P. Avadyaru Goal 55'
13 June  Indonesia 0–3 (L) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1972 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament
15 June  Burma 2–2 (D) Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta (A) 1972 Jakarta Anniversary Tournament Mohsein Goal 13'
Mokhtar Goal 49'
12 July  Sri Lanka 4–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1972 Merdeka Tournament Hamzah Goal 48'
Shaharuddin Goal 56'58'61'
14 July  Philippines 1–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1972 Merdeka Tournament Veloso Goal 86' (o.g.)
16 July  Burma 4–0 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1972 Merdeka Tournament Wan Goal 10'
Rahim Goal 27'
Wong Choon Wah Goal 81'
Namat Goal 87'
19 July  Khmer Republic 6–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1972 Merdeka Tournament
22 July  Japan 3–1 (W) Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur (H) 1972 Merdeka Tournament