Singapore’s Lions have qualified for the next round of the 2026 World Cup and 2027 Asian Cup qualifiers after a 1-0 victory over Guam.
Shawal Anuar’s solitary goal in the 81st minute of play was enough to guarantee that the Lions progress to the next round, following a 2-1 victory over the territory on 12 October.
Singapore had scored through Christopher van Huizen and Jacob Mahler in the opening tie at the National Stadium.
The aggregate victory over two legs will mean that Singapore will now be able to face off against Korea Republic, China and Thailand in Group C of the qualifiers which begin on 16 November.
The 157th ranked Lions will face off against 26th ranked Korea Republic away on 16 November.
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