Malaysia national team squad goalkeeper Khairul Fahmi Che Mat (21) performed brilliantly in two games AFF Cup final against Indonesia. He was rewarded a gift of a house by the Kelantan State Government.

"The government of Kelantan are proud to Khairul Fahmi and hope he will continue to play well," said Chief Minister Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat as reported by Bernama news agency, January 3, 2010.

Giving house symbolically it is done in homage ceremony in Kampung Cherang Khairul Fahmi Ruku on Monday. "He is a talented young player and will continue to shine in football," said Minister Nik Aziz.

Datuk Nik Aziz said this gift is one form of recognition of his extraordinary game Fahmi, who has a big hand to bring Malaysia Southeast Asian soccer champions.

In this event, was also attended by members of the Executive Committee (EXCO) for Human Development, Sports and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Abdul Fattah Mahmood.

Nik Aziz himself has said, what price and where the location of the house will be announced at a later date. "I leave home to members of the EXCO detail is concerned," said Nik Aziz.

Khairul Fahmi successfully shut down the momentum of Indonesian national team victory in the final second leg which took place at the Bung Karno Stadium, Senayan, Jakarta, December 29, 2010. He managed to anticipate the Word Utina penalty kick in the first round.

Kelantan FA goalkeeper was later revealed the key to holding penalty Word. Khairul, who familiarly called stale, admitted he was not tense when facing execution determines it's because he apparently had long been pocketed secret jutsu penalty Indonesia's national team captain.