Monday, March 31, 2014

Sunday 30 March Review


Chainat 0-1 Singh Tarua
Samut Songkhram 1-3 Suphanburi
Bangkok Glass 2-0 Air Force
Songkhla Utd 2-1 Sisaket
Police 1-2 Osotspa Saraburi

Singh Tarua maintained their dream start to the season with a 1-0 win at Chainat. The travelling Khlong Toei Army had to wait right until the end of the match for their winner. Right back Watchara was gifted oceans of space on the flank to fire home a 25 yard shot.

Ratchaburi's 3-0 over Army on Saturday meant Tarua dropped to second over the weekend despite winning and closely behind the pair are Bangkok Glass. Two second half goals from Chatree helped them see off their plucky Pathum Thani neighbours Air Force.

Bjorn Lindemann's first return to the Army Stadium ended gleefully as his side saw off Suphanburi. The German scored Suphan's first with Jakkaphan and Bireme Diouf grabbing the others in their 3-1 over Samut Songkhram. The Mackerels are already five points from safety at this early stage.

Another side in relegation danger are Police United. They are third from bottom after losing 2-1 to Osotspa. First half goals from Jetsada and Chananan set the Saraburi side on their way.

Songkhla eased some worries as they won their first match of the campaign. Kayne Vincent cancelled out an early own goal before Adnan Barakat netted a late penalty to ensure Songkhla beat Sisaket 2-1.

Division 1

Sriracha 0-3 Ang Thong
Khon Kaen 1-0 Roi Et Utd
Krabi 0-2 Pattaya Utd
Trat 4-0 Ayutthaya
Nakhon Ratchasima 6-0 Phitsanulok

Nakhon Ratchasima established themselves as the top dog in Division 1 after thumping Phitsanulok 6-0. The crowd of 13,738 saw four first half goals by four different scorers. By this time Phitsanulok knew their unbeaten start to the season was terminating and a bad day at the office was complete when Korat added two more in the second period.

Ang Thong are close on the heals of Nakhon Ratchasima and they made no mistake beating Sriracha 3-0. The Chonburi based youth side are clearly out of their depth and have yet to register a point this year. Things are looking up for their provincial neighbours Pattaya after they recorded their second win of the week. Narakorn gave the Dolphins the lead before Krabi reject Christiano Lopes wrapped up the points in injury time.

Another side moving on up are Trat. Kendall Jagdeosingh was the chief tormentor of Ayutthaya in Trat's 4-0 triumph. The Trinidadian netted a treble while Labi got the other one.

Khon Kaen finally got their first win of the season after they beat local rivals Roi Et 1-0. There had already been three dismissals before Pitapong scored a late penalty.

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