Sunday, September 15, 2013

Saturday 14 September Review


Bangkok Glass 4-1 Pattaya Utd
Buriram Utd 2-0 BEC Tero
Chiang Rai Utd 0-3 Osotspa Saraburi
Muangthong Utd 2-1 TOT
Police Utd 0-1 Samut Songkhram

Time is surely running out on Chiang Rai United's TPL tenure after they were beaten 3-0 at the United Stadium by Osotspa Saraburi. The home side's defending was fairly shambolic as Kabfah, Anthony Moura and Chananan sent the bus load of Osotspa supporters home happy.
To make matters worse for CRU, Samut Songkhram grabbed an unexpected 1-0 win at Police United. Sittipan scored the only goal of the game in the 49th minute to move the Makerels seven points ahead of Chiang Rai United.
Pattaya's mini revival came to an end after they lost 4-1 at Bangkok Glass. The game was basically over in nine minutes as Leesaw and Lazarus gave BG a 2-0 lead. Suphasek and Korakod added two more in the second half while Efe Obode got Pattaya's goal.

It's as you were at the top with Buriram and Muangthong earning home wins. Adisak and Theerathon found the net for the Thunder Castle while it was Edivaldo and Teerasil for MTU. TOT did grab an injury time consolation and the match ended with Mario keeping goal for the last couple of minutes. 

Division 1

Rayong FC 1-0 Phuket
Saraburi 2-1 Air Force
Siam Navy 2-0 Nakhon Ratchasima
Singh Tarua 2-1 Krabi
Sriracha 2-0 Bangkok FC

The wheels are beginning to fall off Bangkok FC's promotion bid as they suffered their second successive 2-0 loss. Ivan Boskovic bagged a second half double for the Blue Marlins to move them onto 33 points. The Bulligans misery would have been compounded when a pair of Leandro goals inspired Singh Tarua to a 2-1 win over Krabi. It's now advantage to the former TPL side as they hold a three point cushion over the Bang Mot club.
Air Force would have breathed a sigh of relief at Bangkok FC's defeat as their 2-1 defeat at Saraburi still left them nine points clear of fourth spot. On a rain swept evening, Valery Djomon and Errol Stevens fired the Red Knights into an early lead before Hermann quickly pulled one back. Air Force had a controversial second half goal ruled out for offside as it finished 2-1 to Saraburi.

Rayong FC can't stopped winning with Chanatphol's penalty earning the plaudits over Phuket. The match officials yet again took center stage in a game at the Rayong Provincial Stadium. Kriangkrai had a headed goal chalked off which severely infuriated the Phuket players. Rayong's Anukorn was then given a second yellow card and he was shortly followed into the showers by Phuket's Thongchai. Ludo hit the bar for the Islanders as their winless streak moved onto seven matches.

Polawat received his third dismissal of the season as Nakhon Ratchasima lost 2-0 at Siam Navy. The sending off was sandwiched in between goals from Rafael Moretto and Souleymane Coulibaly.

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