Monday, October 22, 2012

Weekend Review 20-21 October

Chonburi 1-1 Bangkok Glass
Chiang Rai Utd 3-2 TTM
BBCU 1-4 Buriram Utd
Osotspa Saraburi 2-1 Esan Utd
Army Utd 2-1 TOT
Wuachon Utd 2-4 Chainat
Thai Port 1-2 Muangthong Utd
BEC Tero 3-1 Pattaya Utd
Police Utd 1-1 Samut Songkhram

Teerasil's 87th minute winner was the concluding nail in Thai Port's TPL coffin as they became the final side to complete the relegation threesome alongside BBCU and TTM.
Thai Port got their noses in front against the lackluster champions through a Kiatjareon free kick, but goals from Dagno Siaka and Teerasil helped Muangthong fight back to claim a 2-1 win and consign Thai Port's fate.

Trinidad and Tobago internationalist, Kendall Jagdeosingh, bagged a hat-trick in Chainat's 4-2 win at Wuachon. The three points for the Hornbills moved them three points clear of Port and with a superior head-to-head record over TP, Chainat confirmed another season in the top flight for 2013.

Pattaya United's end of season slump continued with a 3-1 defeat at BEC Tero Sasana. Ludo was on target again for Pattaya and it's fair to say that his goals have kept the Dolphins afloat. A cute lob from Kato, a Silva penalty and an own goal helped Tero hold onto third place.
Chiang Rai Utd and Police United can breathe a sigh of relief too as their top flight status were secured. CRU edged out TTM 3-2 while a point at home to Samut Songkhram was adequate for the Crimson Cops.

Elsewhere BBCU took the lead once again before caving in at the Rajamangala stadium. This time their losing deficit was half of Wednesday's eight as Buriram United ran out 4-1 winners. Chonburi were held at home 1-1 by Bangkok Glass while Army United and Osotspa enjoyed 2-1 home wins.

Division 1
Round-up was posted yesterday

Division 2 Playoffs
(Group A)
Rayong Utd 0-2 Roi Et Utd
Phitsanoluk 1-1 Pattani
Ayutthaya 2-0 Paknampo NSRU

Pre-group favourites, Ayutthaya FC, took to the summit of the group with a 2-0 victory over NSRU. The Nakhon Sawan side hit the bar in the first half but two second half goals helped the Ancient Warriors open up a three point advantage over the rest of the field.
Roi Et's campaign finally kicked off with an impressive 2-0 win at Rayong United. Similar to Ayutthaya, Roi Et won courtesy of two second half goals even though they finished the match with 10 players.
If it's 1-1 draws that you're after, then Pattani FC is the team to see. Their third successive 1-1 was a highly entertaining match as Phitsanoluk chalked up their first point. Despite having only one point from three outings, Phitsanoluk are only three points behind Roi Et, Rayong Utd and NSRU in the valuable second spot.

(Group B - Sunday)
Sisaket Utd 2-0 Trat
Rayong FC 1-0 Thai Honda

After eight matches in Group B, we are still awaiting our first draw. Rayong FC maintained their 100% winning record and moved clear at the top after they edged out Thai Honda 1-0. Alongkorn's first half goal was enough to send the Wild Horses onto nine points
10 man Sisaket ended Trat's perfect start with two late second half goals.The first was an own goal off Chae Wan Ji and Zola set up Jirawan to complete the victory in injury time. Sisaket Utd join Trat on six points.

Chaing Mai FC 2-2 Trang

Trang staged as sensational last ditch comeback to grab their first point of the group stages. Chiang Mai appeared to have had the game wrapped up on 80 minutes when Anucha gave the hosts a 2-0 lead. Nitiroj was then ordered off for Trang two minutes later, but the Dugons defied the odds scoring twice deep into stoppage time to snatch an unexpected point. Anusorn netted a free kick from the edge of the box before Ben Musah pounced on a goalkeeper fumble to level. Both sides still prop up the group on one point and sit five points behind Trat in second place with seven games left to play.

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