Liberia’s Malaysia-based striker Kpah Sherman scored his first competitive goal for PKNS on Sunday, February 17, to help his team secure a 4-0 win against FA Salangor in the Malaysian Super League at the Shah Alam Stadium in Salangor, Malaysia.
The 27-year-old registered his name on the score sheet with a brilliant volley in the 50th minute to double PKNS lead. It was his first goal in the Malaysian Super League.
The weekend’s match was Sherman’s second competitive league game after joining the club in December, 2018, from Premier League Club MISC-MIFA on a one-year deal for an undisclosed fee. He made his competitive debut on February, 9, after PKNS suffered a 1-0 defeat against Melaka United. Sherman missed his team’s first league game due to a red card suspension in the previous league season.
“It was amazing scoring my first goal for PKNS. Scoring the first goal is always the hardest thing to do after building confidence in yourself and I hope I continue,” Sherman said. “Thanks to my teammates, we have a great team and I hope that we continue.”
PKNS are now fifth on the log after collecting four points from three league games. They will be hoping to secure their second win when they host PKNP on Saturday, February 29.