Muangthong maintains their leading position, while the defending champions Buriram United struggled to win after 0-0 draw at home. Elsewhere, Chonburi FC celebrated after they recorded their second win in a row.
Super Power Samutprakan 1-2 Bangkok Glass FC
(Super Power: Baworn Tapla 5′ / BG: Toti 59′, Romain Gasmi 74′)
Bangkok Glass eased to a 2-1 victory at Super Power – a new name of Osotsapa M-150 Samutprakan, as the “Glass Rabbits” came from behind to win at M-Power Stadium.
Thai midfielder, Baworn Tapla, fortunately won the ball from the opponents, opening the scoring with an early goal for the hosts in a game they were dominated in the 5th minute.
However, Super Power were struggling to clear a 59th minute corner when the visitors were on top from the moment Daniel Garcia Rodriguez or “Toti”, who with his right foot shot powerfully into the bottom right corner.
The visitors managed to take a lead when French man, Romain Gasmi, converted a superb free kick in the 74th minute – scored in his first game for Bangkok Glass.
In the last minute of the game, Super Power spurned a fine opportunity to pull a goal back when Dennis Murillo regretfully missed a penalty.
The Glass Rabbit finally celebrated 2-1 victory and collected 3 points from the first match under the new head coach of Surachai Jaturapattarapong.
Pattaya United 0-2 Chonburi FC
(Chonburi : Kim Jong-Pil 42′, Leandro Assumpcao 87′)
Chonburi FC seized the precious three points as they defeated rival Pattaya United in Toyota Thai League’s Chonburi derby.
The atmosphere was electric and the action was frenetic. The Sharks made the more positive start with twice going close after some sloppy defending of the hosts.
Nurul Sriyankem crossed a conner kick for Kim Jong-Pil to head a leading goal in the 42th minute before half time was called, and first half ended with 1-0 in a favour of visiting side.
Pattaya, however, managed to strike back but struggled to net an equaliser, before Assumpcao’s 20 yards-free kick seriously hammered the Dolphins 2-0 in the 87th minute.
Chonburi seems to have a good week as they are able to grab two victories in a row.
Muangthong United 4-1 Nakhon Ratchasima FC
(MTUTD: Theerathon Bunmathan 33′, Mario Abrante 45′, Adisak Kraisorn 54′ & 82′ / Korat: Marco Tagbajumi 44′)
Muangthong United pulled off a beautiful 4-1 win and secured the top-spot position of Thai League, after defeating Nakhon Ratchasima at SCG Stadium.
It was the home side who managed to take lead, when Adisak Kraisorn burst through a gap and slipped in Theerathon Bunmathan to slot home in the 33rd minute.
Theerathon made the impressive debut, scoring the first goal for his new club.
Nakhon Ratchasima subsequently restored 10 minutes later by Marco Tagbajumi’s smart finish through keeper Kawin, however, Mario Abrante swept in a second goal for Muangthong in the 45th minute.
The Kirins continued to play with confidence and finally found two more goals, thanks to Adisak Kraisorn’s brace in the 54th and 82nd minute.
Muangthong claimed a controversial victory over Nakhon Ratchasima 4-1 and maintain their leading status for another week.
Buriram United 0-0 Bangkok United
Bangkok United wasted the chance to move closer to top spot after drawing 0-0 against Buriram United in the biggest Thai league’s clash at I-Mobile Stadium.
Former Buriram forward, Gilberto Macena, had a chance to bring his new club Bangkok United to front but his header was just wide of the right post.
Buriram began to respond by creating convincing chances of their own. Diogo’s shot flew over the post before Suree pounced on a loose ball to strike just over the crossbar.
The game ended with 0-0 draw. There was no shortage of talent or creativity, but that lack of conviction meant that the game remained goalless after the final whistle despite each team should have scored at least once.
Other TTL Results
Saturday 25th of June, 2016
Suphanburi FC 2-0 Chiangrai United
Sukhothai FC 1-1 Sisaket FC
BBCU FC 3-1 Ratchaburi FC
Sunday 26th of June, 2016
Chainat Hornbill 0-0 Siam Navy
Army United 2-3 BEC Tero Sasana