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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Sriwijaya FC wins Indonesian Cup

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Solo (Djakarta News)- Sriwijaya FC won Indonesian Cup for the third consecutive time after beating Arema Malang 2-1 in the final on Sunday at Manahan Stadium Solo. 

Sriwijaya won the Indonesian Cup for the third time on Sunday when the holders defeated Arema Malang to deny the Indonesia Super League champions a domestic double and ensure a successful end for out-going head coach Rahmad Darmawan who will pass the managerial reins of the Palembang side to Ivan Kolev.

The final represented Sriwijaya’s last chance at silverware in the 2009/10 season following Arema’s ISL success and their elimination form the 2010 AFC Cup at the Round of 16 stage.

Darmawan’s side were handed the numerical advantage with just 20 minutes gone when referee Jimmy Napitpulu red carded Singapore striker Noh Alam Shah after he appeared to kick former international team-mate Precious Emuerejaye while contesting a high ball.

It was a decision that prompted Central Java Police Chief Inspector General Alex Bambang Riatmodjo to demand that Napitpulu be replaced at half-time due to fear of a hostile crowd reaction, delaying the start of the second half by over an hour before play resumed with the original official still in charge of the match.

Three minutes into the second-half, veteran skipper Keith Gumbs put Sriwijaya one-up before another Singaporean international made a more positive contribution to the contest in the 72nd minute when former Tampines Rovers star Muhammad Ridhuan drew Arema level.

But Darmawan was not to be denied a victorious send off as Sriwijaya sealed the win seven minutes later through former Uzbekistan international Pavel Solomin.


SRIWIJAYA FC:
           
GK      12        Ferry Rotinsulu                       
RB       19        Ambrizal Ammar
CB       4          Charis Yulianto (c)                 
CB       25        Isnan Ali                    
LB       20        Precious Emuejeraye
LM      6          Tony Sucipto
CM      10        Zah Rahan Krangar
RM      11        Ponaryo Astaman
RF       17        Keith Kayamba Gumbs
LF        9          Anoure Obiora
CF       23        Pavel Solomin             
Substitutes:
GK      34        Hendro Kartiko                      
DF       '7         Muhammad Nasuha                
DF       5          Bobby Satria
MF      24        Christian Warobay
MF      14        Arif Suyono
MF      28        Alamsyah Nasution                 
FW      8          Rachmat Rivai
Manager:
 Rahmad Darmawan


AREMA INDONESIA:
           
GK      1          Kurnia Meiga 
RB       27        Waluyo
CB       3          Zulkifli Syukur
CB       21        Irfan Raditya               
LB       7          Benny Wahyudi
RM      19        Ahmad Bustomi
CM      37        Juan Revi        
CM      9          Roman Chmelo           
LM      6          Muhammad Ridhuan   
CF       5          Muhammad Fakhrudin            
CF       12        Noh Alam Shah          
Substitutes:
GK      45        Aji Saka
DF       2          Purwoko Yudi
DF       30        Hermawan
MF      10        Ronny Firmansyah                  
MF      11        Tommy Pranata
FW      14        Rachmat Affandi                     
FW      41        Dendi Santoso            
Manager:
 Robert Alberts


Top goalscorers

Cristian Gonzalez won the Top Scorer Award with 10 goals.
Rank    Player                                       Club                                         Goals
1          Cristian Gonzalez                     Persib Bandung                        10
2          Pipat Thonkanya                      Persisam Samarinda                  9
3          Zaenal Arif                              Persisam Samarinda                  8
3          Boaz Solossa                           Persipura Jayapura                   8
5          Saktiawan Sinaga                    Persik Kediri                            7
6          Keith Gumbs                           Sriwijaya FC                            6
7          Gerald Pangkali                       Persipura Jayapura                   5
7          Bambang Pamungkas               Persija Jakarta                          5
7          Victor Igbonefo                       Persipura Jayapura                   5


Source: the-afc.com

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