Thursday, March 29, 2012

Midweek 28th March - Review

Chiang Rai Utd 1-0 Samut Songkhram
Police Utd 0-2 BEC Tero
Pattaya Utd 1-0 Thai Port
Muangthong Utd 2-2 Bangkok Glass
TOT 3-3 Wuachon Utd
Army Utd 1-0 Isan Utd
Osotspa Saraburi 1-0 BBCU

Kone Mohamed scored his first goal back in Muangthong colors to earn the Kirins a 2-2 draw with Bangkok Glass. It was the away side who broke the deadlock on 38 minutes when Saruta scored before Muangthong levelled from the spot seconds before the break. Leesaw restored the lead for the Glass Rabbits on 52 minutes, but it wasn't to be enough as Kone's goal with 10 minutes left meant the spoils were shared.
It was a tale of 1-0 home wins as four of the seven contests finished with this outcome. Pattaya and Osotspa had to be patient before eventually beating Thai Port and BBCU. Chiang Rai's early goal was enough to hand Samut Songkhram their first loss this season and Tatree was Army's scorer as they beat Isan United 1-0.
BEC Tero finally got their season going with an encouraging 2-0 triumph at Police. Both goals were scored by Cleiton Silva in a four minute spell midway through the second half.
The game that produced the most goals was at the TOT Stadium as TOT and Wuachon split the points in a six goal thriller.

Division 1
Bangkok FC 1-2 PTT Rayong
Songkla 2-0 Krabi
JW Rangsit 1-4 Siam Navy
Raj Pracha 4-0 Chantaburi
Korat 0-1 Phuket
Bangkok Utd 0-1 Ratchaburi
Khon Kaen 1-1 Air Force
Suphanburi 0-0 Pattalung
Sriracha 2-0 Saraburi

The first division has a five way tie at the top with Songkla, Pattalung, Ratchaburi, Suphanburi and PTT Rayong all on 7 points. The unexpected leaders are Songkla who moved to the summit after a 2-0 home win over Krabi. Songkla's Elvis had Krabi all shook up with a couple of goals while Suphanburi and Pattalung cancelled each other out in the league's top billed game. Ratchaburi left it late at Bangkok United and PTT Rayong came from a goal behind to hand Bangkok FC their third straight loss of the season.
There were impressive 4 goal victories for Siam Navy and Raj Pracha as they both jumped into the top half of the table. Sriracha moved onto six points and sixth place with a 2-0 victory over struggling Saraburi. Phuket now sit one place behind Saraburi in seventh after they collected a satisfactory 1-0 at Korat. And finally, Air Force were denied their first win of the season as Khon Kaen scored in injury time to salvage a point.

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