Friday, March 7, 2014

Sunday March 9 Review


Chianat 2-0 Army Utd
Osotspa Saraburi 0-1 Singh Tarua
Bangkok Glass 1-0 Samut Songkhram
BEC Tero 4-2 Suphanburi 
Police 5-1 Air Force

Leandro's diving header won it for Singh Tarua at the Rajamangala while Chainat beat Army despite playing the majority of the game with only ten men. Surachet was dismissed for a stamp before late goals from Perovic and Jo Tae Keun won it for the Hornbills.

In the 7pm starts, Bangkok Glass needed only one goal to beat Samut Songkhram. Jetsadakorn's first goal for the club was enough to move the Glass Rabbits into second spot. Two former Army lads, Lindemann and Jung Myuong Oh, found the net for their new club Suphanburi but they were hit by a four goal blitz from the Fire Dragons. Suphanburi now prop up the TPL table. 

It hasn't been a great start for Air Force since promotion to the TPL. A 0-0 opener against TOT hardly inspired confidence and yesterday they were pounded 5-1 by Police. The Thammasart side erased last week's 4-0 drubbing at Chonburi and evened out their goal difference.

Division 1

TTM Customs 1-0 Siam Navy
Bangkok FC 1-1 Phitsanulok
BBCU 3-1 Trat
Khon Kaen 0-1 Nakhon Ratchasima
Sriracha 2-3 Roi Et Utd

TTM and Nakhon Ratcasima maintained their 100% records with 1-0 wins. Jacques Bertin Nguemaleu was TTM's scorer while Ivan Boskovic won the north east derby for Korat.

A double from Julius Oiboh in BBCU's 3-1 win over Trat took him to the top of the Div 1 goal scoring chart. Roi Et Utd needed an injury time strike from Teerapong to overcome Sriracha while the spoils were shared between Bangkok FC and Phitsanulok.

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