Malaysia national coach, Datuk K Rajagobal urged Harimau Malaya not panic while serving a visit of FC Barcelona at Shah Alam Stadium tonight. The friendly match between Malaysia XI and FC Barcelona will be viewed by 50 000 to 80 000 of spectators from locals and fans from other Southeast Asia countries.
In other words, Rajagobal wants them to give high commitment in the game even though they will oppose world class team, FC Barcelona. Harimau Malaya do not too much respect them in the field. Otherwise they have to show high class or best performance while on action.
"Do not think about their record in the past when they won big match against Santos (Brazil's top club) 8-0 and recently against Thailand 7-1. The most important thing, Harimau Malaya must play as usual and show progress in their performance," he said.
Rajagobal will retain Harimau Malaya line ups like previous action against FC Chelsea. It is only a few change in first eleven.
FC Barcelona known as 'Los Blaugrana', was starting Asean tours 2013 by defeating Thailand 7-1 at Rajagamangala Stadium, Bangkok on Wednesday last week.