Sunday, July 21, 2013

Saturday 20 July Review


Army 1-1 Chonburi
Diakite was dismissed early doors for an off the ball elbow and then Chaiwat hauled down Ajayi seven minutes before the break to make it 10 v 10. Chakrit scored from the resultant free kick to give the Sharks the lead but Tanakorn levelled in first half stoppage time.  

Bangkok Glass 0-0 Buriram Utd
Buriram edged another point ahead of second placed Muangthong after their 0-0 draw at Bangkok Glass. Leandro dos Santos was red carded for BG midway through the second period, yet BG held out for a hard earned point.

Chiang Rai Utd 0-0 Suphanburi 
CRU are still looking for their first home win after their 0-0 blank with Suphanburi. The away side had more chances, but it was the home side who came closest late-on when Jerri Farias' low shot struck the base of the post.

Osotspa Saraburi 2-1 Pattaya Utd
Osotspa stretched their unbeaten run to 8 games with a 2-1 victory over Pattaya United. The on-form Chananan gave the hosts the lead shortly after the hour before Kosawat headed home from close range to double that lead three minutes later. Pattaya pulled one back through Bhengu but it was too little too late as Osotspa's coach, Chalermwoot, claimed a satisfactory win against his former club.

Division 1

Bangkok FC 1-1 Phuket
Sukree's 8th minute goal was cancelled out 20 minutes later by Samuel Danquah as the points were shared. Bangkok FC dropped out the promotion places while Phuket are now 6 points off that illustrious third place.  
PTT Rayong 1-0 Nakhon Pathom Utd
The Oil Millionaires pulled off another 1-0 win with Phaisan's 75th winner keeping them on course for the TPL. The clean sheet for the Rayong club kept up their impressive record of not conceding a home goal this season.

Rayong Utd 0-0 Siam Navy
Siam Navy doubled their points haul on the road as they moved out of the drop zone. Rayong Utd have now collected four points from their last two matches, but they are still bottom of the table.

Singh Tarua 3-0 Trat
Tarua climbed up to third after their comfortable 3-0 win over Trat. New boy, Sujarit, headed the Klong Toei side into an early lead before second half goals from Todsapol and a delicious flick and volley from Leandro wrapped up the win. Singh Tarua's 3-0 win saw them become the first side to keep a clean sheet against Trat this season.

TTM 1-0 Nakhon Ratchasima
The Korat faithful were furious after their loss to TTM. The main cause of their anger was the weakened team selected by their coach. Late arrivals to the Bunyajinda Stadium would have missed the only goal of the game as TTM's 1-0 win moved them to within one point of safety.

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