Wednesday, November 18, 2009

New Experient - Street Stall

19/11/09 (Wednesday) - Last night, After work, I spend my time with my friend, Fauzi (Master student from USM. Aerospace Eng.). We also hang around with Faraihan(Far) and Vizy Nazira (Vizy). I came to SOGO around 7.30 pm and went to solat at ground level. After that, I called Fauzi a.k.a Poji. He said that he at KLCC with Far and Vizy and want to see Thai Movie (Fobia 2) I asked him to treat me for movie. He said Yes.Hehehe ( Luckily the price is cheap on Wednesday).

So I went to Bandaraya STAR LRT Station to get a ride to KLCC and then continue with Masjid Jamek Putra LRT. I came there around 8.15 pm and Poji said that he stayed at the Bookstore. I came there and we have a nice chit chat because we never seen each other for a long time. Many thing we share together and story about our live and job.

Sharply 8.45 pm we entered the cinema and the story line is very interesting. You know why? Because this movie is horror movie but in the same time it make we laughing. Very dificult to do that. I am right? This is uniqueness of this movie (Must seen 9/10 Star)........Promotion.....

After that we take Putra LRT and ride to Masjid Jamek. Then we walked untill arrived to the hotel (Swiss Hotel). I parked my motorcycle at Sogo so I ask Poji to accompany me. So we walked and take clean and fresh air.

On our way, I try to find restaurant or stall but all the shops closed because it is already 11.30 pm. Luckily we found one stall near street without place to eat ( I mean chair). They sell Yong Tau Foo So we just continued went to SOGO to take back my motocycle and went back to the stall because I'm really hungry. I'm not eat anything for dinner yet. So we just enjoyed the food covered with clear sky in the night + fresh and clean air without people busy walking around. This environment make my feeling calm. Enjoy the pictures...

You need to pick your food by yourself

Say Cheese !!!

Yummy !!!

Each stick cost RM1.00. So totally I ate RM4.00

We ourself steam/cook our food

Poji Enjoyed his food
After that we just went back to the hotel and take enough sleep because I need to work for the next day. The End......Not yet....
On my way back to Shah Alam, I totally lost my way to go for work. I took 45 minits to arrive at my work place. That why I really hate to bring my own transportation to KL because KL is very Busy + i don't know map route in KL. I just happy to use Public trasportation such as LRT and Monorail + can see people....hehehe

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Saturday, November 7, 2009

Negeri Sembilan win in style to finally lift Malaysia Cup

KUALA LUMPUR: Negri Sembilan ended their 61-year drought in the Malaysia Cup after posting a convincing 3-1 victory over Kelantan in the final at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil last night.

Goals from Shahurain Abu Samah (18th), Hairudin Omar (46th) and a Mohd Zaquan Adha penalty (59th) were enough to ensure the Deer notched their 11th straight win and maintained their perfect record in the competition.

Indra Putra Mahayuddin pulled a goal back for the Red Warriors from a freekick deep into injury time, but it proved to be nothing more than a consolation.

Negeri’s win, their first since 1948, also ended the dreams of the over 60,000 Kelantan fans who had braved the rain and floods back home to turn up for the final.

Kelantan’s search for a first major trophy in the Malaysian football scene continued after suffering their second Cup final defeat this year.

The Red warriors had also gone down on penalties to Selangor in the FA Cup final earlier this year.

For the 20,000-odd Negri fans in the stadium, victory was ample reward for making themselves heard and rallying steadfastly behind their team despite being vastly outnumbered.
Kelantan only have themselves to blame for conceding the opening goal after 18 minutes. Defender Zamri Ramli allowed the ball to slip away from his feet at the edge of his own penalty box.

The lurking Shahurain was quick to snap up the loose ball and shrugged off his marker before firing an unstoppable shot past Halim Napi into the top corner of the net.
Up until that point, Kelantan had seemed the more likelier side to score, with Daudsu Jamaluddin and skipper Indra Putra in commanding form in midfield.
But the tide turned after the opening goal, with Negri calling the shots and their defence holding firm throughout the match.

Kelantan’s veteran goalkeeper Halim was forced to make several vital saves for the remainder of the half, all of them efforts from striker Hairudin.

The Kelantan defence was caught napping again in the 22nd minute when they allowed Hairudin time to shoot at Halim’s near post. The keeper was up to the task not just to keep out the effort, but also a fine save to turn away a Hairudin header from the ensuing corner.

The Negri forward wasted two more chances to score before half-time, first firing straight at Halim from 20m out and then placing his close range header wide of the mark.

Kelantan coach B. Sathianathan made a double substitution at half-time, bringing on attackers Khalid Jamlus and Che Hishamuddin Hassan to boost the impotent strikeforce.
But it was Negri who took the lead straight from kick-off.

Hairudin got his bearings right when he beat the offside trap to meet Zaquan’s perfect lob with a weighted header that looped over Halim and into goal.

The match was over as a contest when Kelantan conceded a penalty just before the hour mark. Zamri hauled down Shahurain inside the box, and Zaquan made no mistake from the spot to seal Negri’s victory.

Despite having 30 minutes of play left, the Kelantan fans started heading for the exits. They also made their displeasure known by letting off firecrackers, throwing litter onto the track, tearing down their banners and setting fire to the plastic seats in the stadium.

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So sad because Kelantan fans, all clad in red, stole the show with an explosive display of raw passion at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil . They also leave the stadium although the game not finish yet because after 59th kelantan team just got chicken egg only.That shown Kelantan supporter do not have sport spirits. They just came there to make the condition became more worst.The Kelantan fans managed to smuggle in fireworks into the stadium to ‘light up’ the atmosphere, much to the displeasure of the police, Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) and Rela members.

The Kelantan supporters also came prepared with huge giant banners – “Gomo Klate Gomo Klate”, “Kito Anok Kelate ... Bako Orghe Brani ... Bilo Masuk Padang ... Kito Gomo Sengot”, “40 Tahun Menanti, Piala Malaysia Milik Kami”, “The Red Warriors ... History In The Making” – to inspire their players.

Not to be outdone, the “Hobin Jang Hobin” Negeri fans, clad in bright yellow, made their presence felt at one corner of the stadium
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