The Singapore national football team has officially gone without a victory in the last 12 months.
The last match they won was against Cambodia in a friendly on Nov. 13, 2016.
This is the track record of the Lions in the last 14 matches:
Last match of 2017 against Bahrain
Singapore will take on Bahrain at the National Stadium on Tuesday, Nov. 14, in an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup Group E qualifier.
This will be the Singapore’s final game of the year.
The Football Association Singapore’s press release ahead of the Bahrain game — like its previous statement that insisted our national team is actually improving despite the realities of the multitudinous setbacks of the sport — was again unusually perky and upbeat:
Despite encouraging results like the 0-0 draw with Bahrain earlier in the year, Singapore have not been able to claim a win in 2017 after playing against quality opponents like Argentina, Qatar and Lebanon.
A win against Bahrain will be a bit too much to ask for, with the visitors in need of a win to secure their place in the premier tournament.
Slipping down Fifa world rankings to 173
Singapore’s poor international showing has resulted in a drastic fall in the Fifa world rankings.
Currently, Singapore is ranked 173, its worst showing ever.
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