Sunday, April 21, 2013

Saturday 20 April Round-up

Chiang Rai Utd 2-2 Buriram Utd
Osotspa Saraburi 1-1 Chainat
Pattaya Utd 0-1 Muangthong Utd
Ratchaburi 1-0 Bangkok Utd

It was a day when red cards influenced the proceedings with three of the four matches seeing a man dismissed.
Muangthong would have been grateful for a scrappy 1-0 win at Pattaya after recent woes. The only goal of the contest was scored by Sarawut in the 35th minute. Pattaya's Parinya was ordered off in injury time after his career threatening lunge at Jakkaphan. Thankfully no damage was done to the winger as cups and other objects rained down on the pitch from the home fans.
Up in Chiang Rai, a red card was to play a pivotal role in the game. It all looked to be going to plan when Anawin gave the Thunder Castle the lead. Suree was then given a second yellow 10 minutes into the second half after he grabbed Leandro Assumcao's shirt as he was advancing on goal. The Brazilian then curled the resultant free kick home to level. A Gonzalez daisy cutter then restored the lead for the 10 men before Anon headed home a late equalizer.
Two wins in a row have moved Ratchaburi up to 11th place while Bangkok United still remain rock bottom. Douglas Cardozo headed the only goal of the game as Ratchaburi won the battle of the recently promoted clubs. Arnisong of Bkk Utd had already been given a second yellow prior to the goal.
It finished 1-1 in the Central Region clash between Osotspa Saraburi and Chainat. Tangeni had a first half goal wrongly ruled out before Jo Tae Kuen gave the Hornbills the lead on the hour. That lead barely lasted 10 minutes as Komenan prodded home the leveller.

Division 1
Bangkok FC 1-1 Trat
Nakhon Pathom Utd 0-2 Air Force
Rayong FC 1-1 Sriracha
Singh Tarua 2-1 Siam Navy

As reported earlier, Singh Tarua moved to the summit of the table after they came from behind to beat Siam Navy 2-1.
In second place sit Air Force who maintained their unbeaten run with an impressive 2-0 win at Nakhon Pathom. Santipap fired the silver clad Airmen in front before Yao Hermann Kouassi rounded off the well deserved victory with a second half tap-in.
The other two matches ended one apiece between Bangkok FC v Trat and Rayong FC v Sriracha. Peerawis fired the Bulligans into the lead as half time was approaching while Labi Kassiaty levelled not long after the restart. In Rayong, both the goals were scored in the opening quarter as the Wild Horses and the Blue Marlins had to settle for a point each.

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