Sunday, April 6, 2014

Saturday 5 April Review


Chainat 2-0 TOT
Osotspa Saraburi 7-0 Songkhla Utd
Bangkok Utd 0-1 Police
Singh Tarua 1-0 Suphanburi
Air Force 2-2 PTT Rayong

Singh Tarua regained top spot after a 1-0 win over Suphanburi. Joo Sung Hwan's first goal for his new club was the difference between the pair. Nevertheless, a win for Ratchaburi at Sisaket later today would knock Tarua off the crest of the league.

Osotspa recorded their first victory at the Rajamangala in some style as they smashed Songkhla for seven without reply. Komenan's treble ensured that he kept the match ball while the other goals were from Chananan (2), Da Silva and Katano.

Things aren't looking bright at the Thai Japanese Stadium after Bangkok United suffered a 1-0 home loss to Police. Wisarut's dipping shot in the 33rd minute was a worthy match winner. The win for Police helped them jump above Bangkok United in the standings.

Last weekend, PTT Rayong threw away a two goal advantage. This time they salvaged a point from a similar deficit. Tirer and Honey had given Air Force a 2-0 lead with 17 minutes left on the clock. However poor defending was Air Force's downfall as they allowed late goals from Sanchez and Adisak.

TOT lost their unbeaten away record losing 2-0 at Chainat. A free kick from former Chonburi favourite Athit opened the scoring in the 58th minute. The owners of the worst kit in Thai football increased their advantage when Sumanya scored ten minutes from time.

Division 1

Pattaya Utd 3-0 Sriracha Ban Bueng
TTM 0-0 Krabi
Phuket 3-1 Bangkok FC
Phitsanulok 1-0 Trat

Phuket won the big match of the day beating promotion rivals Bangkok FC 3-1. Anusak netted twice in the first half before Woranat pulled one back on the hour. Christian Alex secured the win late on to move the Islanders level on points with Korat at the top.

Pattaya won the Chonburi derby 3-0 while Diego Alves got the only goal in Phitsanulok's 1-0 win over Trat. TTM and Krabi played out a stale 0-0 draw.

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