A full house is expected at the showdown between Malaysia and Singapore tomorrow as all 85,000 tickets were sold out by Wednesday morning.
Tickets for the second leg match of Asian Zone World Cup Qualifier were up for grabs since yesterday and were snapped up in less than 48 hours.
According to The Star report, the Malayan Tigers fans started making a beeline to buy the ticket as early as 7am today. By 11am, all tickets have been sold.
They are eager to see the national team overturn the 3-5 deficits against Singapore Lions and clinch a spot to the group match.
Many have faith on the national coach K. Rajagopal and the team, who won the SEA games gold medal in 2009 and reigned champion in the AFF Suzuki Cup last year.
Star striker Safee Sali, who scored a brace each in his late three appearances in Bukit Jalil Stadium, is hoping to ring twice again tomorrow.