Sunday, June 2, 2013

Saturday 1 June Review


Bangkok Glass 0-0 Suphanburi
Chainat 0-0 TOT
Police Utd 3-2 Army Utd
Samut Songkhram 0-2 BEC Tero

The goalless draws between Bangkok Glass v Suphanburi and Chainat v TOT were largely forgettable while BEC Tero's 2-0 win at Samut Songkhram saw them move up to third place. Sarif gave the Fire Dragons an early lead before a Cleiton Silva free kick doubled the advantage shortly after the interval.

At the Thammasart Stadium, two Bjorn Lindemann first half goals had Army firmly in the driving seat. However, Police United staged a second half comeback to win their first game in nine attempts. Adul pulled one back before Tana levelled from the spot. In the 89th minute, Paitoon scored from close range to win the points and send the Crimsom Cops home happy.

Division 1

Khon Kaen 1-0 TTM
Rayong FC 1-1 Nakhon Ratchasima
Singh Tarua 2-0 Bangkok FC

Nakhon Ratchasima fans were left spewing as they conceded a late goal to drop points from a winning position for the third consecutive game. Yusuke Kato scored a solo goal to give the Swatcats a second half lead. Munze Ulrich was then given a yellow and then a red card with 15 minutes left as he barked vehemently in the referee's face. The 10 men from Korat couldn't hold out as Piroj scored a late header to grab a point for the Wild Horses.

Khon Kaen leapfrogged TTM after their 1-0 win yesterday while Singh Tarua moved to within one point of Bangkok FC. Second half goalf from Leandro and Teerawut earned Singh Tarua a 2-0 win.

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