TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – PSM Makassar managed to beat PSIS Semarang with a score of 2-1 in the 29th week of BRI Liga 1 at the Captain I Wayan Dipta Stadium, Gianyar, Sunday, March 6, 2022.
PSIS Semarang took the lead through Jonathan Eduardo Cantillana’s goal in the 12th minute. PSM Makassar was able to equalize and turn things around through Willem Jan Pluim’s goals in the 30th and 60th minutes.
PSM won its first win in three matches. They are in 11th place in the standings with 33 points.
PSIS Semarang failed to maintain a comeback after the previous week’s 1-0 win over Persikabo. Now the team named Mahesa Jenar is in eighth position in the standings with 8 points.
PSM Makassar dominated the early game. The squad nicknamed Juku Eja continued to lead possession for the first 10 minutes.
After letting go of the opponent’s pressure, PSIS Semarang instead managed to steal a goal in the 14th minute through Jonathan Eduardo Cantillana.
After a goal was scored, things turned around and PSIS Semarang switch control of ball possession.
After being one goal down, efforts PSM Makassar to equalize still has not stopped.
Until the 30th minute, squad PSM Makassar able to change the position to 1-1 through goals scored by Willem Jan Pluim.
Receiving feedback from Prince Patrick Kallon, Willem Jan Pluim’s shot failed to be anticipated by the opposing goalkeeper.
Arriving at the end of the first half, both teams still maintain a strong equal position. The 1-1 score lasted until halftime.
Entering the next round, the match went tough again. Both teams are still trying to dismantle the opponent’s defense.
The first opportunity was opened by Alfaandra Dewangga who made a speculative kick towards the goal. But the direction of the ball is too wide and has not met the target.
In the 60th minute, Willem Jan Pluim managed to make PSM Makassar excel through his individual actions in front of goal.
Continuing Yance Sayuri’s pass, Willem Jan Pluim was creative by passing several players and managed to get the ball into Joko Ribowo’s goal.
After the goal is scored, PSIS Semarang again trying to equalize.
However, until the long whistle sounded, the efforts made did not bear fruit and the match closed with a score of 2-1 for the win PSM Makassar.
PSM Makassar (4-3-3): Hilman Syah; Yance Sayuri, Erwin Gutawa, Ganjar Mukti, Dallen Doke; Manda Cingi, Muhammad Arfan, Rashid Assahid; Prince Patrick, Golgol Mebrahtu, Willem Jan Pluim.
Coach: Joop Gall.
PSIS Semarang (4-3-3): Joko Ribowo; Fredyan Wahyu, Alfeandra Dewangga, Wallace Costa, Frendi Saputra; Resky Fandi, Fandi Eko, Jonathan Cantillana; Septian David, Chevaughn Walsh, Komarudin.
Coach: Dragan Djukanovic.
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