Monday, August 5, 2013

Sunday 4 August Review


Army Utd 3-2 Pattaya Utd
Chonburi 4-2 Ratchaburi
Osotspa Saraburi 4-0 TOT
Samut Songkhram 1-3 Suphanburi

There were plenty of goals scored on Sunday as Chonburi and Suphanburi both submitted wins to heat up the battle for third place. Chonburi's 4-2 win over Ratchaburi was four days too late for the liking of most Chonburi fans, but it did at least erase some of the pain felt after their league cup exit on Wednesday. Suttinan bundled the ball into his own net before he made amends at the correct end to level. Ajayi set up Kushida and Therdsak to make it 3-1 before scoring the fourth himself in the 88th minute. Cordero's late drive pulled one back for Ratchaburi.

The match between Samut Songkhram and Suphanburi came to life after the break with Boskovic giving Suphan the lead. Watcharapong levelled before the unfortunate Porawat scored an own goal to give Suphanburi the lead again. Former Samut Songkhram favorite Bireme Diouf wrapped up the 3-1 win in stoppage time.

Osotspa blitzed TOT with four second half goals with Chananan claiming a hat-trick. Shipahu added the fourth as Osotspa extended their unbeaten run to nine games.

A Bjorn Lindemann brace helped Army over the line as they beat Pattaya 3-2. The Bangkok side appeared to be heading for a comfortable win as they held a 2-0 advantage at the break. Pattaya fought back and looked to have earned a point when Dyachenko netted the Dolphin's second six minutes from time. However a Lindemann free kick delivered into the box found it's way into the back of the net to move Army up to fifth place.

Division 1

Nakhon Ratchasima 1-0 Air Force
PTT Rayong 2-1 Ayutthaya
Siam Navy 2-2 Sriracha
Singh Tarua 1-0 Rayong Utd

PTT Rayong and Air Force traded places after yesterday's games. PTT moved to the top after they edged out Ayutthaya 2-1. Sorasak's goal for Ayutthaya was the first scored by a visiting team at the PTT Stadium yet it wasn't enough as the Oil Millionaires grabbed two of their own. Adisak got the faintest touch to a free kick for the first while Kirati flicked home a corner for the second. Sorasak was sent off late on for Ayutthaya.

A crowd just shy of 10,000 watched Nakhon Ratchasima beat Air Force 1-0. The away side were reduced to 10 men before Yusuke Kato scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot.

Air Force must be nervously looking over their shoulder as Singh Tarua and Bangkok FC are closing in on them. Singh Tarua beat Rayong FC 1-0 to move back into third spot at the expense of Bangkok FC.

Siam Navy and Sriracha shared the points as the Chonburi derby finished 2-2. Both sides still remain in the thick of the relegation battle.

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