Singh Tarua got back to winning ways after they edged out Siam Navy 2-1.
It was the away side who started more brightly at the PAT Stadium despite Tarua having an early Christen goal ruled out for offside.
Chutsana opened the scoring in the 8th minute when he finished off from a tight angle while Tarua players were comically colliding with each other inside their penalty box.
The Sattahip side were passing the ball around neatly, but it was the hosts who struck the next goal. After a bout of head tennis in the middle of the park, Leandro turned and smashed a dipping thunderbolt into the top corner leaving Sitphong in the Navy goal standing motionless. Rather noticeably, the Brazilian then ran off and celebrated by himself while the rest off his team mates congratulated each other in the centre of the park.
Leandro almost gave the hosts the lead shortly afterwards when he curled a free kick from an acute angle off a combination of the bar and the post before it bounced out to safety.
After the break, the home side were in the ascendancy and it looked like the next goal would win the contest.
That all important winning goal came 20 minutes from time when a quality slide rule pass from Kiatjareon found Sarawut who then cut inside his opponent and drove home from inside of the box.
Tarua held out for the 2-1 win as the Navy salvage operation never materialized.
Singh Tarua sit top of the table with 15 points yet I think it's fair to say that many of the Khlong Toei Army are still undecided about their fate this season. The defence looks shaky at times and you just wonder where the goals will come from if Leandro's form dips.
Siam Navy certainly won't feature in the promotion race and a lower mid-table finish appears their destiny.
Man of the Match: Leandro Luz - The spectacular goal alone wins him my MOTM