INSIDE SIAM: Toyota Thai League 2017 round 3

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History was made on matchday 3 of Toyota Thai League at Suphanburi Stadium, while Bangkok Glass and Bangkok United produced loads of goals.

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Bangkok Glass FC 6-0 Sisaket FC

The Friday night flight saw Bangkok Glass claimed the impressive result, winning 6-0 over Sisaket FC at its home ground, Leo Stadium.

Jhasmani Campos gave the Rabbits the 30th minute lead when the newly signing from Kazma SC netted his very first goal for Bangkok Glass in 2017 Toyota Thai League. Then the Bolivian international midfielder’s well-time cross allowed Daniel Garcia Rodriguez to double the advantage for the hosts at the break.

Bangkok Glass went on a rampage and wrecked Sisaket’s back-line in the second half as Aurelio Vidmar’s men produced the impressive form, adding four more goals to end the game with 6-0 scoreline.

Two goals from Ariel Rodriguez left a big mountain to Sisaket to climb up, and a magnificent long shot goal from Peerapong Pichitchotirat distanced the gab to 5-0 in 71 minutes, before Daniel Garcia Rodriguez netted a clinical finish and hammered the visitors in 88 minutes.

 

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Bangkok United  6-2  Port FC 

Teeratep Winothai scored four goals as Bangkok United beat Port FC 6-2 on the Saturday night of 2017 Toyota League matchday 3.

The league runners up Bangkok took the lead through Teeratep’s two penalties and Pokklaw A-nan added a quickfire third with a fine strike before half time, and Bangkok’s superiority continued after the break.

Gilberto Macena’s pass found Teeratep to score home a fourth, before Mario Durovski was the provider for Teeratep, who converted the fifth for the hosts and his fourth goal in this game.

Port pulled two goals back from Siwakorn Jakkuprasat and Tana Chanabut, but Bangkok had the final say as Gilberto Macena netted the sixth goal in the stoppage time.

Thai League 3rd matchweek IN PICTURES

 

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Suphanburi FC  1-2  Ubon UMT United

History was made on matchday 3 of Toyota Thai League as Ubon UMT United become the first newly promoted club ever to win three matches in a row in the beginning of the league campaign. 

The visitors played well in the first half at Suphanburi Stadium and deserved their lead at the break thanks to Nebihi Bajram’s cooly finish inside 28 minutes, before Kenta Yamazaki came on to double Ubon’s lead on 71 minutes with a classy goal from Nebihi Bajram's pass. 

Dellatorre’s late goal gave Suphanburi hope as the hosts pushed in vain for an equaliser, but it was too late as it ended 2-1 in a favor of Ubon UMT.

Ubon collected all three points and find themselves at the top spot of the table, equal with defending champions Muangthong United.

 

Toyota Thai League Matchweek 3 Results 

Friday, 24 February, 2017
Bangkok Glass FC 6-0 Sisaket FC

Saturday, 25 February, 2017
Buriram United  2-0  Pattaya United
Sukhothai FC  5-1  Super Power Samutprakarn FC
BEC Tero Sasana  0-1  SCG Muangthong United
Bangkok United  6-2  Port FC 

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Sunday, 26 February, 2017
Navy FC  1-0  Thai Honda Ladkrabang FC
Suphanburi FC  1-2  Ubon UMT United
Chonburi FC  0-0  Nakhonratchasima Mazda FC
Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC  1-1  Chiangrai United

 

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