By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Having had their 100% start to the season ended at the weekend after a 3-2 loss to Selangor, Tok Gajah took to the field determined to get back to winning ways.
However, they struggled to carve open the opposition defence until the 77th minute, when Hafiz Kamal opened the scoring with a delightful left-footed freekick.
A minute later, Pahang doubled their lead when Fauzi Roslan rose at the near post to head home a good cross by Mohamed Borji, before Hafiz capped off a fine evening at the office for his side by adding a third in injury-time after applying the finishing touches to a sweeping counterattack.
ATM, the other newly-promoted side in the league, moved up to second after recording a 2-0 victory over FELDA United.
Veteran striker Marlon Alex James netted his fifth goal of the campaign when he opened the scoring in the 14th minute, before Shukor Adan wrapped up all three points by adding a second nine minutes after the break.
Defending champions Kelantan are now six points off the pace after being held 0-0 at home to Negri Sembilan - their third consecutive draw in three games.
An undermanned LIONSXII side missing several first-team regulars once again suffered on the road as they were defeated 1-0 by T-Team in controversial fashion at the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium.
In a fairly even encounter, the Titans were awarded a penalty 15 minutes from time when Faritz Hameed was adjudged to have handled a cross inside the area, paving the way for Badrul Hisham to win it for the hosts with his successful conversion past Izwan Mahbud.
Big-spending Darul Takzim recorded only their second win of the campaign after beating PKNS FC 3-1 at the Shah Alam Stadium.
The visitors went ahead after 19 minutes when Malaysia international Safee Sali opened his account for his new side, before Ahmed Ezrie Shefizie doubled their tally a minute after the hour mark.
Spanish striker Dani Guiza then wrapped up the three points when he added a third in the 87th minute, although PKNS did manage an injury-time consolation through Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh.
Finally, Selangor did well to leave the Lumut Stadium with a point after holding Perak to a 1-1 draw, despite having to play over a half with ten men.
Despite having talismanic striker Amri Yahyah sent off three minutes before the break, it was the Red Giants who took the lead in the 66th minute when Francis Forkey Doe scored a spectacular goal, skipping past an opponent before unleashing a 25-yard effort that arrowed into the top corner.
Nonetheless, the hosts were not to be denied and earned a share of the spoils ten minutes from time when ex-Terengganu man Abdul Hadi Yahya netted from the spot.
Tuesday's Malaysia Super League Results
T-Team 1-0 LIONSXII
ATM 2-0 FELDA United
Kelantan 0-0 Negri Sembilan
Pahang 3-0 Terengganu
Perak 1-1 Selangor
PKNS FC 1-3 Darul Takzim