Sarawak lead away as they start without import Joel Epalle whom is benched by Robert Alberts.
Despite Terengganu adapting faster, Sarawak grew in the game with Guy Bwele mastering the midfield of Sarawak.
Sarawak took the first look at goal when a one two between Zamri Morshidi and Bwele was blocked by Terengganu goalkeeper.
Terengganu replied with Francis Doe trying to score within the box, but hit shot was save by goalkeeper Saiful Amar, and a rebound by a Terengganu striker ballooned wide.
Sarawak pushed further up as Terengganu failed to match Sarawak’s passing.
This enabled Sharol to push a pass to Zamri Morshidi whom widened the ball to unmarked Azizan Saperi whom calmly slotted in the goal to put Sarawak up front in the 39th minute.
The second half saw Terengganu play with more urgency as they launched more attacks on the Crocs.
They were handsomely rewarded minutes into the second half when a powerful shot by Abdul Hadi Yahya hit the right post before Shahran Samad miskicked the shot in his own goal to give the Turtles the much needed equalizer.
Terengganu then pushed harder to seek the winner as Joseph Kallang Tie sailed a near effort over the bar.
Sarawak whom was playing counter attack went ahead again after unmarked Khairul Azhar Eidroos was allowed too much room for him to power a shot, putting Sarawak yet again in the driver’s seat.
With the Crocs looking good for the win, Terenganu somewhat managed to steal a point when unmarked Edison Da Silva slotted in the home side’s equalizer to give both teams one point each for the night.
Full time: Terengganu 2 – 2 Sarawak