The Singapore cerebral palsy (CP) football team spiced up their Asean Para Games preparations with a seven-a-side friendly match against the country's former national stars on Sunday.
The game at the Premier Pitch in Balestier ended 8-3 to the ex-internationals, but the bonding session served as a motivational tool ahead of the Dec 3-9 Games.
The likes of Lions stalwarts Fandi Ahmad, Malek Awab and Rezal Hassan took to the field against the CP outfit, led by 29-year-old captain Khairul Anwar Kasmani.
Singapore coach Mohamed Zainudeen has also arranged for his team to go on a week-long training tour to Osaka next month.
The Games' CP football competition will be held at the 55,000-seat National Stadium. Myanmar won the gold at the 2014 edition which they hosted, beating Singapore in the final.