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Malaysia Cheat Laser

27 December, 2010 | Written by Patchay at 11:37 PM in , , ,

Our friends from Indonesia claimed that Malaysia cheated at last night's soccer match between Malaysia and Indonesia.

I find this quite unfair and prejudice.

C'mon, if I'm not mistaken Malaysia scored the first goal many many minutes after the laser disappeared.

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So there is no evidence to say the laser beam has distracted the players,

or that the laser came from Malaysian supporters,

or has helped to "freeze" the opponent goalkeeper like the below:

Or maybe there's just too many Ultraman Rempit spectators on Malaysian side last night.

But more importantly, that's not gonna stop the Malaysians from scoring an unprecedented, legalised 3-0 win over Indonesia.

It has nothing to do with the LASER, but rather good performance in front of the home crowd.

So stop making #malaysiacheatlaser the No. 1 Trending Topic on Twitter.Com.

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The Malaysia Cheat Laser or MalaysiaCheatLaser words refers to laser from Malaysian football supporter in Suzuki AFF Cup 2010. Malaysia supporters are reportedly using laser beam to distract opponent concentration especially the goalkeeper.


  1. Sky Blog Walker on December 28, 2010 10:31 AM

    Tell no one. seems like laser is part of your football strategy to break down the players focus and mental. it's 'well organize'. you beam the laser to all your opponents who came to play on your field, not just to indonesian ... not only on AFF, but also on every international football event held on your country.

    (well, indonesian also use laser. that's also a fact. but not well organize like yours)

    why trending on twitter? its all because Indonesian Tweeps somehow got their own expertise to make any topic become Top Trending.

    Yes. your team on a good shape & performance. no one deny that. the laser stop because Indonesian want to walk out from the game which is mean the main purpose of 'laser strategy' accomplished.

  2. Unknown on December 28, 2010 10:44 AM

    very very sensible.creative...and civilized comments.well if laser is the cause, Indonesia and Malaysia indeed just keep quite because we will use it to win world cup.Am I civilized?

  3. James on December 28, 2010 2:49 PM

    A SYDNEY mechanic who deliberately shone a laser into the eyes of police as they hovered in a helicopter hundreds of metres above homes in Sydney's northwest was yesterday sentenced to six months jail.

    Zakary Patrick Babet, of Bella Vista, was yesterday convinced in Hornsby Local Court of interfering with a crew member while in an aircraft.

    The 20-year-old had earlier plead guilty to shining the 532nm Wave Length green laser light into the cabin of the NSW police Air Wing "Squirrel" Helicopter on June 18 this year.

    Magistrate Leslie Brennan called Babet a "fool", and labelled his actions as a "serious" offence.

    "It creates a danger for all concerned including those in the aircraft and those on the ground," Mr Brennan said yesterday.

    He said the seriousness of the offence warranted a jail term.

    "I think this does call for a jail sentence - I think anything less would be inappropriate," Mr Brennan said.

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    He sentenced Babet to six months jail - but ordered that he be released straight away on a $1000 surety provided that he be of good behaviour for 12 months and pay a $1500 pecuniary penalty order.

  4. Voyager Inde on December 28, 2010 9:18 PM

    thats really very complicated!!

  5. Anonymous on December 28, 2010 11:28 PM

    i think the indons dat are accusing are just sore losers...

  6. Emily Yee on December 29, 2010 5:58 AM

    I guess they just can not accept the failure. What a loser!

  7. Anonymous on December 29, 2010 4:54 PM

    Malays just can't win without lasers.... what a shame!!!

  8. Markus Horison on December 29, 2010 7:22 PM

    Loser use laser to win the game.

  9. Aman H. on December 29, 2010 8:23 PM

    Omigod I love the pictures. They undoubtedly made my day :D

  10. Anonymous on December 30, 2010 1:38 AM


  11. Anonymous on December 30, 2010 10:26 AM

    Indons used laser at Malaysia keeper in GBK and they still lose! What a shame!!!!

  12. Anonymous on December 30, 2010 11:52 AM

    ya indonesian are the most uncivilise supporter...they just don't respect others and also do not have sportsmanship. Facts showed that the first time in the history in world football that malaysia players need to use an armour vehicle to go to the stadium....and was distracted during training at the hotel....does this happen to indonesia team????????

    when our national anthem was played the supporters did not stand up...malaysia supporters with vip pass to GBK was denied their seat instead were given seat at the back of the goal post...very sportsmanship attitude...

    but one thing for sure "HARIMAU MALAYA has torn apart GARUDA INDONESIA....LOOOSER WILL ALWIZ BE A LOOSER....just don't try to find excuses...it can be 1001 excuses....but RESULT does matter..and it will be in the history of AFF that MALAYSIA is the Champion....CONGRATS TO MALAYSIA....try harder, practice harder GARUDA INDONESIA

  13. fuzz on January 02, 2011 7:41 PM

    they said that the laser beam was the reason of their's failure..what i saw all goals made after no laser beam pointed..

    they not respect our anthem at first game which malaysia lose 5-1..they use laser beam also at that time..still no complaint from our goalkeeper..

    there is no riot in malaysia..all indonesian fans can walk freely and not harm during the game..as u can see all indonesian fans had covered by malaysian and they safe..

    my conclusion, some of indonesian cannot admit that they have defeated..many of them also not respect to malaysia..

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