Monday, June 3, 2013

Sunday 2 June Review


Buriram Utd 2-1 Ratchaburi
Chiang Rai Utd 3-4 Chonburi
Muangthong Utd 1-1 Osotspa Saraburi
Songkhla 3-1 Pattaya Utd

Buriram United climbed to the top of the table despite not being at their best in their 2-1 victory over Ratchaburi. Douglas Gardozo flicked a Patino free kick into his own net to give Buriram the lead, but the former Buriram striker made amends as he levelled from a tight angle angle moments later. Nevertheless, Carmelo fired home midway through the second half to win the three points for the Thunder Castle.

Muangthong dropped to second after they were held at home by Osotspa Saraburi. Pak Nam Chol's early opener was cancelled out by Chananan's long range strike. Chatchai twice denied Djurovski from set pieces late on as the Saraburi side claimed a point.

The first 30 minutes of Chiang Rai Utd v Chonburi encounter were rather tedious with little to indicate that the next hour would produce seven goals. Therdsak netted from the spot before Nix levelled from the other spot shortly afterwards . Dos Santos edged Chonburi into the lead before the break and goals from Therdsak and Ajayi had the Sharks 4-1 ahead. Antonio Claudio and Jerri Faris scored for the hosts, but Chonburi held out for a much needed win.

Manop fired Songkhla United into the lead before Dyachenko put Pattaya back on level terms. However second half goals from Elvis Job and Aron da Silva wrapped up the points to move Songkhla up to sixth place.

Division 1

BBCU 0-3 Ayutthaya
Krabi 1-2 PTT Rayong
Rayong Utd 1-2 Trat
Saraburi 1-0 Phuket
Siam Navy 4-3 Nakhon Pathom Utd
Sriracha 0-1 Air Force

Air Force and PTT Rayong both earned narrow away victories to strengthen their grip at the top. Air Force won 1-0 at Sriracha and PTT Rayong beat Krabi 2-1. Air Force have a 10 point gap over fourth placed Singh Tarua while PTT have a six point buffer.

Mario Neto's late goal gave Saraburi a 1-0 success over 10 man Phuket while Trat moved up to sixth after their 2-1 win at Rayong United.

BBCU's miserable run continued as they were handsomely beaten 3-0 at home by Ayutthaya. The large following from the ancient capital would have gone home happy after goals from Wittiwat, Pongtep and Prince Durosinmi moved their favorites out of relegation danger.

Siam Navy also edged away from the drop zone after their 4-3 home win over Nakhon Pathom. Paulo Renato's 56th minute goal was the winning one in the seven goal thriller.

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