After seeing his team beaten 1-0 in the first match and held to a scoreless draw in the second against arch-rivals Sarawak last week, Sabah head coach Justin Ganai said that his team was not ready to face the challenges of next season’s Malaysian Super League (MSL).
Justin said that Sabah would need to play more (friendly) matches after last Thursday 0-0 draw with Sarawak.
“I expected Sabah to score a few goals in the friendlies against Sarawak at the State Stadium.
“It does not matter if the team draws or loses the match, but the most important thing is that the team managed to score,” he added.
However, his team failed to score a single goal in the two matches against the crocs losing the first match 1-0 on Tuesday and drawing 0-0 on Thursday.