Toyota Thai League Round 6: Easy weekend for the giants

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Credit: Chonburi FC

Here come other games for Toyota 2016. Last weekend was easy for the big teams as each of them grabs three points with numerous scoring.

Siam Navy FC 0-4 Muangthong United
( Teerasil Dangda 41’, 56’, 77’(PEN.) , Cleiton Silva 90’ )

Teerasil Dangda was the hero in the easy win of the visitors with his hat-trick.

The first goal of Muangthong UTD’s came in the 41st minute, with Teerasil Dangda opening the scoring from a Sarach Yooyen free kick. First half finished with the 1-0 for the visiting side.

Navy had chances to score the equalizer, but their aims were off target. The home team got worse, when their player lost the ball to an opponent, and it was Adisak Kraisorn who slotted a ball to Teerasil, before scoring his second goal in the 56th minute.

In the 77th minute, Thai star-striker Teerasil Dangda’s precise penalty had given the visitors a healthy second-time lead, and also put the Navy from worse to worst.

Except the hat-trick, Teerasil also assisted to Cleiton Silva scoring the 4-0 for Muangthong UTD with the last kick of the game.

Muangthong United eventually managed to win after losing two previous games at home, and stay at the 3rd place of the standing.

Pattaya United 1-3 Buriram United
(Wongsakorn Chaiyakuntawin 19’ / Andres Tunez 35’, Kaio Felipe 46’, Anon Amornlertsak 90+4’)

Kaio Felipe scored his first official goal in a league for Buriram United, while Pattaya United continued their slide towards relegation.

It was the host who put the visitors under the pressure, at the starting of the game. In the 19th minute,
Pattaya UTD surprised the fans with an early goal from Wongsakorn Chaiyakuntawin’s sporty shot.

Buriram UTD head coach Alexandre Gama did not wait for too long, as he made the first change by sending in Suchao Nuchnum, one of most experienced players, from the bench in the 25th minute. 10 minutes later,
Suchao crossed a curved corner kick to Andres Tunez headed the equaliser 1-1.

The 2015 league champion started second half with the 2-1 up just a minute after the kick off, thanks to their Brazilian striker, Kaio Felipe. Then Anon Amornlertsak came from the bench and put the third goal on the score board for Buriram in the added time.

Buriram United made the 42nd unbeaten game record in the domestic league, and is at 6th place of the table, as Pattaya United remains at the bottom and has not succeeded any victory.

FC 3-0 Osotsapa M-150 Samutprakarn
(Prakit Deeprom 46th’, Rodrigo Vergilio 48’, Leandro Assumpcao 78’)

The Sharks keep performing excellent and gaining three more points by winning the 3-0 over Osotsapa M-150.

Chonburi could have put the first score in the 11th minute, since the referee provided a penalty to them, but Anderson Dos Santos hit on the post.

Chonburi moved towards to score, while Osotsapa tried to make their game, but the first half finished with 0-0 draw.

It looked like Chonburi was in command, after Prakit Deeprom and Rodrigo Vergilio scored two leading goals in the beginning of second half.

Osotsapa had chances to score, but Chonburi goalkeeper Chanin Sae-ear denied those shots.

In the 78th minute of the game, the Brazilian striker Leandro Assumpcao who just came out from the bench, used his speed to rush to the penalty area, before he shot a power goal and hammering Osotsapa with 3-0 winning.

Bangkok Glass FC 5-1 BEC Tero Sasana
(Lazarus Kaimbi26’, Chatree Chimtalay 37’, Ariel Rodríguez 57’, Peerapong Pichitchotirat 77’, Pravinwat Boonyong 83’ / Sivakorn Tiatrakul 32’)

Bangkok Glass now has 15 points from six games and moved up to the top of the standing after lashing BEC Tero Sasana in the final game of last weekend 5-1.

In the first half both sides showed exciting performance, as they tried to open the score first. It was BG who took the lead in the 26th minute from a Namibian striker Lazarus Kaimbi’s beautiful 30-yard shot.

Then BEC quickly returned by Sivakorn Tiatrakul’s power goal, which was hard to refuse for a goalkeeper.

However, BG took the 2-1 lead 5 minutes later by Chatree Chimtalay’s header.

The BEC’s single goal was like a wake-up call for the “Rabbits”. BG showed no mercy, scoring four goals in second half, and managed to seize all three points for their side.

Bangkok Glass is leading at the top of the table since they won four games in arrow while BEC Tero Sasana remains at the 13th.

Other TTL Results

2nd April 2016
Ratchaburi FC 2-0 Nakhonratchasima FC
Bangkok United 1-0 BBCU

3rd April 2016
Chaingrai United 1-0 Chainat FC
Sisaket FC 2-0 Army United
Suphanburi FC 2-3 Sukhothai FC

Author: Sudarat Khamdee