Monday, July 22, 2013

Sunday 21 July Review


BEC Tero 0-3 Ratchaburi
BEC Tero suffered their fourth straight league defeat as the were soundly beaten by Ratchaburi. Obregon gave the away side a first half lead from the spot before second half goals from Jose Luis Cordelo and Douglas (penalty) made it 3-0. Apiwat was given a straight red late on to round off a miserable evening for Tero

Police Utd 1-0 TOT
TOT were left fuming with the match officials after they felt all the major decisions went against them. In the first half Lee Junki had a perfectly good goal flagged offside, and in the 72nd minute Punnarat was adjudged to have felled Pedrinho in the box. Murcy converted the penalty kick to win Police the three points. Big Bas Savage had a reasonable penalty claim knocked back in the dying seconds before Noppol was red carded for cynically tripping an opponent.

Samut Songkhram 0-0 Bangkok Utd
Bangkok United would probably have been happier with the point as they kept their second successive clean sheet. Samut Songkhram remain safe, yet they'll be disappointed to have only taken two points from a possible nine against other relegation candidates in their last three matches.

Songkhla Utd 2-0 Chainat
Goals in either half helped Songkhla comfortably beat Chainat 2-0. Jules Baga and Manop were the scorers for the southern club. Chainat's best two chances fell to Puwadol and Surachet, but their efforts were both skied over the bar.

Division 1

Khon Kaen 0-2 Saraburi
Saraburi jumped up the table five places into fifth spot after their 2-0 win at Khon Kaen. Two early goals had them in firmly control. Yusuke headed the Warlords in front before Bernard Henri set up Supakorn with the second. The loss for the T-Rex leaves them one place off the drop zone.

Krabi 1-0 Air Force
Valci Junior's second half goal won it for Krabi as Air Force lost their second match of the season. Air Force remain top while Krabi have moved two points away from danger.

Rayong FC 0-0 Ayutthaya 
The two former Division 2 Central/East foes couldn't be separated as they played out an uneventful goalless draw. 

Sriracha 4-0 BBCU
The Blue Marlins won their first home game in three months with a comprehensive 4-0 win over BBCU. Diego Pishinin gave Sriracha the lead before Patipat doubled the advantage in the 74th minute. Berlin made it three a minute later and the Cameroonian grabbed his brace deep into stoppage time.

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