KUALA LUMPUR: Defending champions Perak and Terengganu will play in the Division One final of the Razak Cup on Saturday.
Thursday in the last pool matches, Perak were shocked 3-3 by a young Johor side but still topped the standings on 11 points.
Second spot was claimed by Terengganu on nine points, when they held Malacca to a 1-1 draw.
The movers and shakers of the night were Penang who beat Kuala Lumpur 4-3 for their only win in five matches.
In Division two, Pahang and Police ended their pool matches with 12 points each and will play in the final Saturday.
"This was our best match but unfortunately my young boys came together late in the tournament.
Perak had already qualified for the final before their last match against Johor Thursday, and fielded their reserves until they were 0-1 down.
"However, with 12 Malaysia Games player in my squad and having only one training session before the tournament, I will take our outing as a success for the long run," said former national coach Sarjit Singh who was hired by Johor days before the Razak Cup.
"Perak had fielded their reserves as they wanted to rest their regulars for the final, but after they were down 0-1 they brought in their best but we still managed to hold them to a 3-3 draw," said Sarjit.
RESULTS — Division One: Perak 3 Johor 3, Terengganu 1 Malacca 1,
Kuala Lumpur 3 Penang 4.
Division Two: Selangor 3 Police 2, Armed Forces 0 Pahang 2,
Singapore 0 Kelantan 2.
Women's 7th-8th: Malacca 1 Pahang 4.