Monday, April 30, 2012

Weekend Review 28-29 April

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

Thai Port finally lifted themselves out of the relegation zone with a 2-1 victory at Samut Songkhram. Saynee gave the home side an early lead but goals either side of the break from Kiatjaroen and Watson meant the 3 points headed to Khlong Toei.
The other two matches on Saturday ended in draws. Antonio Claudio's header 10 minutes from time cancelled out Chainat's first half lead to earn the Fighting Beetles a point, and TTM etched out their fourth 0-0 draw of the season. The Chiang Mai side still haven't scored in 540 minutes of competitive action this season. On Saturday, they played the majority of the game against 10 men after Flavian Michelini was dismissed for BG in the first half. Having watched a replay of the sending off, it's unclear why the Frenchman was dismissed. Bangkok Glass will study video evidence before deciding whether to appeal the sending off.
Yesterday, Muangthong returned to the top of the table for the first time since 2010 as a Teerasil double helped to see off a stubborn BBCU. Chonburi needed two late goals to beat Osotspa 3-1 while Wuachon have sneaked unnoticed into the top 6 with a 2-0 over Army.
After an uninspiring start to the season, Police United won 2-1 in Laksi against TOT to move into the top half of the table. After early season promise, Pattaya United are moving in the opposite direction as they threw away 2 points conceding two late goals to draw 2-2 with Isan United. To make matters worse, the Dolphins had an injury time penalty saved by Ulrich Munze.

Division 1
Raj Pracha 1-0 Songkla
Korat 2-5 PTT Rayong
Khon Kaen 1-1 Siam Navy
Saraburi 1-1 Ratchaburi
Suphanburi 4-0 Chantaburi
Sriracha 4-2 FC Phuket
Pattalung 0-1 Air Force Utd
Bangkok Utd 0-1 Krabi
Bangkok FC 5-0 JW Rangsit

It was raining goals in Division 1 this weekend with 29 goals netted in nine games. Bangkok FC and PTT both manged to hit five. PTT Rayong were literally too strong for the Swat Cats as they won 5-2 in Korat while the Bulligans thrashed JW Rangsit 5-0 with Lee Tuck weighing in with a brace.
Suphanburi disposed of the hapless Chantaburi 4-0 and Sriracha also scored four at home to Phuket to record a 4-2 victory.
Krabi's 1-0 win at Bangkok United moved them top as Ratchaburi were held to a 1-1 draw at Saraburi.

Division 2 Bangkok
Customs Utd 1-1 Chamchuri Utd
Rangsit FC 0-1 Thai Honda
Kasem Bundit 2-1 Assumption Thonburi
Luk Isan 3-0 R-BEC
Samut Sakhon 2-0 Central Lions
Nonthaburi 1-1 Samut Prakarn Utd
Bangkok Christian 2-2 Kasetsart
Globex 1-2 Krung Thonburi

Division 2 Bangkok saw its leadership change three times within the space of 24 hours. On Friday evening, R-BEC lead the way but they were overtaken by Thai Honda after the Speed Kings 1-0 win at Rangsit. R-BEC could have returned to the top the following day but they were soundly beaten by Luk Esan 3-0. Instead it was Samut Sakhon who took control of the league with a 2-0 home victory over Central Lions.

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