I was there when we beat Indonesian ass 3-0 at Bukit Jalil. The stadium was full with people you can't even sneak your head between people to see the match. People were wearing yellow and black stripes or the lucky blue red jersey, with scarf and hat and all. It was the first time since there were so many people watching Malaysian football match as far as I can remember.
There are a lot of things happen. things that are good. Despite some malaysian throwing bottles to the Indonesian crowd, none were harm or being attacked. Supporters of the two sides were even took a photo together and hugged at the end of the match. Although, 90 minutes before, it was so tense I can't hardly breath with every attacks and defends the Malaysian side had.
I can write about the game all day. Hell I can talk about it everyday. It was a good memory. But that's not what I'm trying to write right now. If you look closer, you can see the Malaysian people came to the match, sit next to people they barely knew without hesitation. Political differences is not the main concern. Nor religion or race. They were cheering and screaming together.
Winning the game is not the only thing that made me happy that night. I'm a very moderate person in terms of politic consciousness. I don't care who win the election. I don't believe in public responsiblity crap to vote. I'm just a person who work to make a living. If you think what I believe in is wrong than that's your problem. I don't think it's going to be a big problem in your big fucking society for an ignorant like me.
Winning that match with Indonesia've made people forgot their political stands and race/religion differences. So tonight the football team need to win this match because the Malaysian people are so politically frustrated right now, they need a reason to chill out.