Football: Lions put four goals past Cambodia in final run-up to Suzuki Cup opener

Singapore's Khariul Amri celebrates scoring his goal against Cambodia in a football friendly at Yishun Stadium on Nov 17, 2014. Singapore beat Cambodia 4-2 in a friendly match tonight for their second straight victory at Yishun Stadium, after ov
Singapore's Khariul Amri celebrates scoring his goal against Cambodia in a football friendly at Yishun Stadium on Nov 17, 2014. Singapore beat Cambodia 4-2 in a friendly match tonight for their second straight victory at Yishun Stadium, after overcoming Laos 2-0 at the same venue last Thursday. -- ST PHOTO: LIM SIN THAI

SINGAPORE beat Cambodia 4-2 in a friendly match tonight for their second straight victory at Yishun Stadium, after overcoming Laos 2-0 at the same venue last Thursday.

The clash is the Lions' final warm-up match before their Asean Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup opener against Thailand on Sunday.

First-half goals from Khairul Amri, Shahril Ishak, Faris Ramli and Safuwan Baharudin were enough to secure victory for the Lions.

Cambodia scored both goals through forward Khuon Laburavy.

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