Geylang International FC

The Best of Eagles in 2013

No. 5 | Geylang International 1-0 Courts Young Lions

Date: 24 October 2013
Scorer: Jalal (41’)

The Eagles, with two Prime League players in the line-up, notched a second successive home win at Bedok Stadium with a 1-0 victory against the Courts Young Lions. Yasir Hanapi spectacularly lobbed the ball over the defence with the outside of his right boot to send through Jalal, who then easily shot home the winning goal past a hapless Syazwan Buhari.

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No. 4 | Harimau Muda 1-4 Geylang International

Date: 10 March 2013
Scorers: Jozef Kaplan (42’ pen, 49’, 84’), Nurhazwan Norasikin (59’)

Captain Jozef Kaplan was in inspiring form as he grabbed a sensational hat-trick while Nurhazwan Norasikin scored a scorcher in the victory over Harimau Muda at Pasir Gudang Stadium and at the same time ensuring the first three points of the season for the Eagles.

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No. 3 | Woodlands Wellington 1-4 Geylang International

Date: 29 May 2013
Scorers: Jozef Kaplan (45’, 49’, 60’), Yasir Hanapi (65’ pen)

It was another Jozef Kaplan show as the Slovakian fired his second hat-trick of the season in the preliminary round of the RHB Singapore Cup. The 27-year-old also won his side a penalty which was easily converted by Yasir Hanapi.

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No. 2 | Brunei DPMM 2-2 Geylang International

Date: 6 November 2013
Scorers: Jozef Kaplan (66’), Yasir Hanapi (90’)

The Eagles gave departing Brunei DPMM coach Vjeran Simunic an unforgettable send off after rebounding from two goals down to draw 2-2 at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium. Man-of-the-Match Yasir Hanapi brilliantly curled the winning goal into the top corner, albeit with a slight deflection off defender Tales dos Santos, in the very last kick of the game.

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No. 1 | Geylang International 3-0 Warriors

Date: 18 October 2013
Scorers: Stefan Milojevic (57’), Jozef Kaplan (64’, 70’)

The Eagles sensationally beat much fancied Warriors FC with a resounding 3-0 victory at Bedok Stadium. Stefan Milojevic was the star of the show with his quick feet and tricks, confusing and crack open the Warriors’ defences time and again during the match. Jozef Kaplan, who has a knack for being at the right place at the right time, scored the remaining two goals.

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