Monday, March 25, 2013

Toyota League Cup - Last 64 Results

Krung Thonburi 0-1 Muangthong Utd
Maptaphut Marine 2-0 Rayong Utd
Petchaburi 1-2 Chiang Rai Utd
Prachinburi Utd 0-2 Ratchaburi
Raj Pracha 0-4 Chonburi
Hua Hin City 1-3 Samut Songkhram
Phang Nga 0-1 Chainat
Nong Bua Lampu 1-2 Krabi (AET)
Luk Esan 2-3 Buriram Utd
Lampang 1-1 Nakhon Pathom Utd (NP won 4-3 on pens)
Phatthalung 1-4 Rayong FC
Pichit 2-2 Bangkok FC (Pichit won 5-3 on pens)
Trang 1-0 Pattaya Utd
Phrae Utd 0-0 Bangkok Glass (PU won 5-4 on pens)
Air Force 4-1 Osotspa Saraburi (AET)
Phuket 0-1 PTT Rayong

Maptaphut Marine, Phrae, Trang and Pichit from the regional leagues beat their more illustrious opponents to progress to the last 32. Bangkok Glass, Pattaya and Osotspa Saraburi were the TPL casualties. Glass lost on penalties, Osotspa were ousted after extra time and Pattaya lost 1-0 to Trang in regulation time.
The big 3 of Muangthong, Chonburi and cup holders Buriram United all made it into the hat for the next round as expected. Thiago Cunha bagged a hat-trick for Chonburi while Pichitpong scored the only goal in Muangthong's win at Krung Thonburi. Buriram were trailing against Luk Esan but they came from behind with Dennis Buschening scoring the third and decisive goal.

Samut Prakarn Utd 0-0 Songkhla Utd (Songkla 3-2 pens)
Laem Chabang City 1-2 Nakhon Ratchasima (AET)
Kasetsart 0-6 Police Utd
Assumption Thonburi 0-2 Army Utd
TTM 1-4 BEC Tero
Udon Thani 2-0 Singh Tarua
Thai Fleet 1-0 Bangkok Utd
Uthai Thani Forest 1-2 Khon Kaen
Kalasin 1-1 Ayutthaya (Kalasin 5-4 pens)
Roi Et Utd 0-2 Siam Navy
Phitsanulok 1-2 Suphanburi
Luk Tapfah Pathumthani 0-0 TOT (LTP won 3-2 on pens)
Sriracha 1-1 Sisaket (Sriracha won 4-2 on penalties)

Wins for Udon Thani, Thai Fleet, Kalasin and Luk Tapfah means there will be 10 regional league sides in the draw for the last 32. Defeats for Bangkok United, Sisaket and TOT saw a total of 6 TPL sides exiting the tournament in the first round. Sisaket and TOT both went out after losing penalty shootouts while Bangkok United were beaten 1-0 at lowly Thai Fleet. BEC Tero swept aside TTM 4-1 while the biggest win of the weekend was Police United's second half six goal blitz at Kasetsart. Army Utd avoided a third successive early humbling as they beat Assumption Thonburi 2-0 while the 2010 winners, Singh Tarua, lost by the same scoreline at Udon Thani.

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