Sunday, June 9, 2013

Saturday 8 June Review

Army Utd 2-0 Samut Songkhram
BEC Tero 1-1 Osotspa Saraburi
Chonburi 1-0 Police Utd
Suphanburi 2-0 Chainat

Since changing coach two weeks ago, Osotspa have pulled off two unlikely 1-1 away draws. Last week Chananan levelled at Muangthong and the same man was on target yesterday to cancel our Sho Shimoji's earlier goal for BEC tero.

Pipob's second half strike was the difference between Chonburi and Police United while an early and a late goal gave Suphanburi a 2-0 win over Chainat. Wuttichai headed the War Elephants in front before Christian Castillo took advantage of some shambolic defending to seal the points.

Army United are back into the Top 6 after a routine 2-0 home win over Samut Songkhram. Danny Invincibile side footed the 'Gong Tabok' into a first half lead and Mongkol headed past former Army keeper Lucas Daniel to wrap up the game shortly after the half time interval.

Division 1
Ayutthaya 1-1 Sriracha
Nakhon Pathom United 2-1 Khon Kaen
Nakhon Ratchasima 1-0 Krabi
Saraburi 5-2 Rayong Utd
TTM 1-4 Singh Tarua

Singh Tarua moved temporarily back into third sport after their 4-1 success at TTM. Nakhon Ratchasima also kept in check with Yusuke Kato's late penalty wrapping up the points for the under par Swatcats.

The highest scoring match of the day saw Saraburi knock five past struggling Rayong United. Mario Neto claimed a brace while the impressive Bernard Henri was on the score sheet again for the Red Knights.

Nakhon Pathom United remain on the periphery of the promotion race after they beat Khon Kaen 2-1. Camera Soulemane opened the scoring before a bit of playacting by the goalscorer got Li Xiang a second caution which meant the T-Rex had to play the last 75 minutes with only 10 men. A Matius Recio free kick leveled for Khon Kaen but the ten men couldn't hold out for a point as Warawuth stuck the winner for Nakhon Pathom late on.

Before kick off, Ayutthaya would have fancied their chances against an off form Sriracha. However, after Gaston gave Sriracha a 58th minute lead, Ayutthaya would have been satisfied that Nuttapat's 83rd minute goal earned them a share of the spoils.

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