Leandro Luz was yet again the match winner as his double strike helped Tarua come from behind to beat Chiang Rai United.
It was however Chiang Rai's very own Leandro who netted the first goal of the evening. He latched onto a delicious pass from Uilian Souza to slot past Chanin just after the half hour mark.
At this point Chiang Rai were controlling the midfield and Ryan Marques should have added to the lead moments later but the big man blasted a chance into the car park behind Zone B.
As many were heading for half time refreshments, Leandro levelled. His low left foot shot crept into the bottom corner of the net.
The winning goal came 14 minutes from time when Leandro nodded home a long cross from Saruta.
Chiang Rai were reduced to ten in injury time when Peerapong was shown a second yellow.
The win moved Singh Tarua up to third and it extended their unbeaten run at home to 15 matches. Chiang Rai United only have one point from three matches and now sit at the foot of the table. Next up for them is a winnable home encounter with the side just above them, Samut Songkhram.