Monday, April 7, 2014

Sunday 6 April Review


Buriram Utd 1-1 Samut Songkhram
Sisaket 0-0 Ratchaburi
Army 0-1 BEC Tero
Chonburi 2-1 Chiang Rai Utd
Muangthong Utd 2-1 Bangkok Glass

The woodwork denied Ratchaburi twice in the second half as they couldn't break down a stubborn Sisaket. The point for Ratchaburi meant that Singh Tarua finished the weekend on top of the TPL.

Jay Bo was Muangthong's savior as they came from behind to beat 10 man Bangkok Glass 2-1. Chatree headed the Glass Rabbits in front in the 25th minute but they were dealt a double blow in first half stoppage time. Leesaw was harshly dismissed for receiving a second yellow card and then Kim Dong Jin headed home from close range. Teerasil set up Bothroyd to slot home the winning goal minutes after the hour.

Chonburi and BEC tero both kept up their unbeaten starts to the campaign. Rangsan was credited with Tero's winner at Army while Thiago Cunha's brace in the first 20 minutes was enough to see Chonburi over the line against Chiang Rai United.

Samut Songkhram doubled their point tally for the season after their 1-1 draw at Buriram. The TPL champions dominated the chances but only had a Suchao penalty to show for their efforts as full time approached. Buriram were made to pay for their missed chances when Issarapong curled in a free kick from the edge of the box.

Division 1

Roi Et Utd 0-1 Nakhon Ratchasima
Saraburi 1-1 Nakhon Pathom Utd
Ang Thong 5-1 Khon Kaen
Ayutthaya 1-2 BBCU
Siam Navy 1-0 Chiang Mai

Nakhon Ratchasima were solid yet unspectacular as they beat Roi Et United 1-0. Ivan Boskovic fired in the only goal of the game on the half hour mark. The win kept Korat top of the pile and they are closely followed by Ang Thong who smashed Khon Kaen 5-1. Villiam and Khampeng grabbed a double each after Sittipan had given the Rice Warriors a first half lead.

Ayutthaya have fallen off the pace recently and they suffered another loss yesterday. Late goals from Julius Oiboh and Pachara swung the tie in BBCU's favour. Saraburi have also been stuttering lately and they failed to beat Nakhon Pathom United. In fact, they would have lost had Baek Yongsun not grabbed a late equalizer.

It was another low scoring affair in Sattahip. Siam Navy edged out Chiang Mai 1-0 with the only goal coming from Tinnapob in the 73rd minute. Both sides had a player sent off in injury time.

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