The four-time league champions initially fell behind when Kedah’s Sandro Da Silva picked up a loose pass from JDT goalkeeper Mohd Izham Tarmizi and lobbed the ball towards Pablo Marzo, who slotted the ball into the net to make it 0-1 in the 15th minute. But the Southern Tigers showed why they are the favourites for a fifth consecutive league title when they drew level in the 28th minute much to the delight of more than 23, 000 fans at Larkin Stadium. Argentinean Luciano Figueroa showed that his bite was still sharp despite coming out of retirement and not playing competitive football for two years when he scored an equaliser with a trademark header from Safiq Rahim’s cross.
Safawi Rasid threatened with a couple of long distance shots but when the only goal of the match came, it was down to a little bit of ingenuity from Gonzalo Cabrera. The Argentine spotted Hafizul Hakim off his line and produced a delicate chip into the top corner, five minutes before half time that ended up sealing the win for JDT. ~Goal. comJohor Darul Ta'zim make it six Malaysian league titles in a rowJune 26th, 2019 Kuala Lumpur: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) have sealed a place in the 2020 AFC Champions League after confirming their sixth consecutive Malaysia Super League title on Wednesday. JDT, who made their AFC Champions League group stage debut this year with some commendable performances, including a win over defending champions Kashima Antlers, defeated Melaka United 2-1 on Wednesday to build an unassailable 16-point lead over second-placed Pahang FA.
HRH Tunku Mahkota Ismail decided to revamp, rebrand and rescue Johor’s ailing football state, and rest was history, literally. Major restructuring and consolidation saw the birth of a new identity – JDT – and a unifying moniker ‘Southern Tigers’ was adopted. Growth of the JDT brandSuccess on the pitch has brought rewards off the pitch as the Southern Tigers rubbed shoulders with some of the best in the industry. JDT have partnered with Borussia Dortmund, Valencia and Juventus while the club and HRH Tunku Mahkota Ismail have had working visits to Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid and so on. World-renowned football super-agent Jorge Mendes, Valencia owner Peter Lim and Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan have attended JDT matches at Larkin while the likes of David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Luis Figo, Ronaldo, Robert Pires, Gerard Pique and many more illustrious names have been seen associating with either JDT or HRH Tunku Mahkota Ismail himself.
~ The AFCJDT retains TrophyFebruary 2nd, 2019 Johor Darul Ta’zim easily claimed their first trophy of the season. […]For the second year running, JDT claimed their first trophy of the season in their first match of the season after completing an easy 1-0 win over Perak at Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium on Saturday. Perak never really got into the game for the entire match as JDT dominated from the first whistle.
~ The AFCCHARITY SHIELD BOOST FOR JDT AHEAD OF ACL PRELIMINARY CLASHJanuary 31st, 2015 Johor Bahru: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) enjoyed a timely boost ahead of their crucial AFC Champions League 2015 Preliminary Round 1 match with Bengaluru with a 2-0 victory over Pahang to claim the 2015 Malaysia Super League-opening Charity Shield on Saturday. Brazilian defender Marcos Antonio opened the scoring in the 37th minute when he headed home his first goal for JDT since joining the club in April last year to replace Singaporean defender Baihakki Khaizan before Luciano Figueroa, who was part of Argentina’s 2004 Olympic-gold winning squad, also found the net with a header, with the 33-year-old forward’s goal just before the hour mark sealed the win.
The winners of the intriguing encounter between the Malaysia Super League champions and a Bengaluru team that their first Indian title just a year after formation in 2013 will advance to Preliminary Round 2 where they will face Bangkok Glass in Thailand six days later. China’s Beijing Guoan await the victorious side in the Playoff on February 17, with a coveted place in the 2015 AFC Champions League Group Stage up for grabs. ~ THE AFCJOHOR DARUL TA'ZIM CROWNED MALAYSIA SUPER LEAGUE CHAMPIONSAugust 22nd, 2015 Kuala Lumpur: AFC Cup quarter-finalists Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) retained their Malaysia Super League crown on Saturday, a night of high drama that saw both them and nearest rivals Pahang beaten away from home.
Johor Darul Ta’zim FC – Johor Darul Ta'zim FCA JOHOR FOOTBALL REVOLUTIONThe seismic rebuilding of football in Johor has seen Johor Darul Ta’zim FC (JDT) become a reputable force in the football circle, all since HRH Tunku Mahkota Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, Regent of Johor took charge ahead of the 2013 season.
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A momentous achievement that is matched at the end of the other spectrum by the Terengganu who now faces two matches to determine their Super League status. ~ Goal. comJDT secure Malaysia Super League titleAugust 5th, 2017 Kuala Lumpur: Johor Darul Ta’zim secured an impressive fourth consecutive Malaysia Super League title on Saturday despite losing 2-1 to Selangor. Following Naxto Insa’s first half opener for Johor, goals after the break from Selangor’s Amri Yahyah and Andik Vermansyah had appeared to have put a dent in JDT’s title aspirations. However, the subsequent defeat of nearest rivals Kedah at Pahang duly confirmed yet another top-flight crown for the 2015 AFC Cup winners and the first for head coach Ulisses Morais who replaced previous incumbent Benjamin Mora in June.
Played out in front of a packed Republican Central Stadium in the Tajikistan capital, Istiklol had the backing of the majority of the crowd and it was the home side who settled quickest and who had the better of the opening exchanges. Proud Gomez hails JDT’s AFC Cup final triumph Ergashev rues missed Istiklol opportunitiesManuchehr Dzhalilov went closest to claiming the game’s first goal when his shot slipped under goalkeeper Farizal Marlias, only for Aidil Zafuan to hack the ball to safety while at the other Velazquez forced Istiklol goalkeeper Nikola Stosic into action soon after. Dzhalilov was again involved for Istiklol when his attempt was parried clear, and just minutes later the home side thought they had taken the lead when Khurshed Mahmudov’s effort crossed the goal line only for play to be called back for an earlier infringement.
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JDT’s victory saw them gain a modicum of revenge for their penalty shootout defeat to Pahang last year’s Malaysia Cup final, which qualified the Elephants to the 2015 AFC Cup where they have been drawn to face Hong Kong’s South China, tournament debutants Global FC from the Philippines and either Yadanarbon or Yangon United depending on the former’s fortune in the AFC Champions League playoff phase. The Southern Tigers will be looking to bring their Charity Shield winning form into Wednesday’s continental clash in Johor and take a step closer to a first appearance in Asia’s premier club competition with victory over Bengaluru in the first stage of the playoffs.
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JDT, who face Tajikistan’s FC Istiklol in the first leg of their AFC Cup’s last eight clash on Tuesday, had gone into their game at Felda United with a two point cushion at the top of the table and knowing that a win would secure back-to-back title wins. However their best laid plans were soon ripped to shreds as Shahrul Saad opened the scoring for Felda and Indra Putra Mahayuddin converted a penalty after Junior Eldstal – who was duly sent off – had upended Ndumba Makeche in the box with only 11 minutes gone.
~ The AFCJohor Darul Ta'zim clinch Malaysia CupNovember 4th, 2017 Shah Alam: Goals by Aidil Zafuan Abdul Razak and Gonzalo Cabrera gave Johor Darul Ta’zim a 2-0 win over Kedah in the Malaysia Cup final at the Shah Alam Stadium on Saturday. Malaysian Super League champions Darul Ta’zim started aggressively in a final played in a packed stadium and were rewarded as early as the second minute when Abdul Razak rose high to nod home a corner taken by Safiq Rahim. Darul Ta’zim, who lost the Malaysia Cup final to Pahang in 2014, continued to dominate and could have widened their lead on several occasions but were let down by poor finishing.
Kedah were a different side in the second half and could have drawn level in the 55th minute but Baddrol Baktiar’s effort rocked the crossbar. The team from north Malaysia were left to rue that miss just minutes later as Cabrera scored Darul Ta’zim’s second goal in the 62nd minute. ~ The AFCJDT defeats Kedah in Charity Shield CupFebruary 3rd, 2018 JOHOR BARU: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) kicked off the 2018 Malaysian Super League football season by defeating Kedah 2-1 in the Charity Shield match on Saturday (Feb 3) night.
In the second half, JDT scored the winner when Brazilian centre half Marcos Antonio headed the ball from debutant Corbin Ong’s cross in the 58th minute. ~thestarJohor Darul Ta'zim claim fifth league titleJuly 10th, 2018 Kuala Lumpur: Johor Darul Ta’zim etched their name in the history books after becoming the first club to clinch five consecutive Malaysia Super League titles after defeating Perak 2-1 on Tuesday. The result sees them become the first Malaysian side to qualify for the AFC Champions League group stage. With four games left to play and with a 13-point lead, a win for Darul Ta’zim would see them clinch the title but Perak gave them a scare when they took the lead in the 74th minute courtesy of Norhakim Hassan. However three minutes later, midfielder Hariss Harun equalised for the visitors and substitute Safawi Rasid scored the winner seven minutes before the final whistle to cap a dramatic comeback win for Raul Longhi’s men and clinch their fifth title in a row.