Sunday, August 4, 2013

Saturday 3 August Review


BEC Tero 1-1 Bangkok Utd
The draw ended Tero's sequence of defeats while it doubled United's points haul on the road. Anon gave BEC the lead after a scuffed Cleiton Silva free kick landed kindly into his path. However, Bangkok United drew level shortly after the interval when Sompong scored from close range. The Fire Dragons will feel slightly unfortunate not to have won as they were denied twice by the woodwork.

Chiang Rai Utd 2-1 Chainat
The Orange Power finally witnessed a home victory after their favorites edged out Chainat 2-1. Nantawat headed the Fighting Beetles infront, but that was cancelled out ten minutes later when Mbengono Yannick raced onto a long kick from the goalkeeper to level. Choklap's second half winner helped CRU climb above Samut Songkhram and more importantly, out of the danger zone.

Police Utd 5-0 Bangkok Glass
The Pathumthani derby went the way of Police United as they hammered Bangkok Glass 5-0. Michael Murcy was the hero of the day bagging a hat-trick. The defending for all five goals from BG was atrocious as they succumbed to their heaviest defeat of the season. Pokkhao and Felipe Ferreira were the other two scorers for the Crimson Cops.

Songkhla Utd 0-2 Muangthong Utd
A crowd of 19,444 watched Muangthong United win 2-0 in Songkhla.The returning Edvaldo Hermoza gave Muangthong a first half lead and a scrappy Teerasil goal wrapped up the points ten minutes from time. In the official TPL table, Muangthong are now three points behind Buriram having played the same amount of games.

Division 1

Bangkok FC 2-1 Nakhon Pathom Utd
Lee Tuck scored at the death to give Bangkok FC a vital three points. Antonio Pina had given the Bulligans the lead before Cho Kwang Hoon equalized after Renato had his penalty saved. Leslie Ablorh was dismissed five minutes into the second half as Bangkok FC struggled to break down the ten men of Nakhon Pathom. The late winner move Bangkok FC back into third place and they'll be hoping that Rayong United can take something off Tarua later today.

Khon Kaen 2-0 BBCU 
BBCU's early season promotion hopes are now a distant memory and if form doesn't improve, they could get sucked into a relegation scrap. Second half goals from Li Xiang and Matias Recio moved the T-Rex three points clear of danger.

Krabi 3-2 Trat 
Goals from Soukaphone, John Mary and Ekaphan helped Krabi win their second successive match. The defeat for Trat was their second in a row and the White Elephants have fallen nine points away from third place. 

Phuket 1-1 TTM
Phuket fans were again left frustrated as they dropped two points at home to TTM. The Islanders were looking good for the win when Alex headed them in front early in the second period. Alfred Emuejeraye's chip come cross earned TTM a point to move them onto 20 points.

Rayong FC 0-2 Saraburi
Two first half goals from Errol Stevens gave Saraburi victory against Toyota League cup semi finalists, Rayong FC. The defeat for Rayong FC leaves them second from bottom while Sarburi remain in fifth. 

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