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INSIDE SIAM : Toyota Thai League 2017 Round 4

07:12 SAST 2017/03/07
IN PICTURES: สีสันไทยลีก สัปดาห์ที่ 4
What a result for this weekend! Teams produced loads of goals on matchday 4 of 2017 Toyota Thai League (Thai League 1).

Thai Honda Ladkrabang FC  1-5  Buriram United

A Supachok Sarachat hat-trick fired Buriram United to their massive victory over Thai Honda Ladkrabang last Saturday.

Jakkaphan Kaewprom’s cross met Diogo Luis Santo to head visitors a leading goal inside 11 minutes, before Jakson Avelino Coelho converted Suchao Nuchnum’s through-ball to make it 2-0 before half-time.

Supachok Sarachat highlighted the second half with his hat-trick as he trebled the lead for Buriram in the 51st minutes, and scored his second shortly six minutes later by slotting into an empty net. 

The visitors then left a big mountain for Thai Honda to climb, when the 18-year-old Supachok completed his hat-trick in stoppage time to stretch the scoreline to 5-0.

Suppasek Kaikaew’s late goal was in vain for the hosts as Supachok become Buriram's first hat-trick scorer in the 2017 Toyota Thai League.

Buriram United are now at the 3rd place while newly promoted Thai Honda Ladkrabang stand at the 14th place of the table. 

Toyota Thai League matchweek 4 IN PICTURES

 

Chonburi FC  0-3  SCG Muangthong United

SCG Muangthong United extended their winning run in the Toyota Thai League to 13 matches thanks to a dominant 3-0 victory over Chonburi FC on Sunday.

The two sides were evenly matched in the opening exchanges but Muangthong started to gain control and took the lead with a fine breakaway goal from Teerasil Dangda on 13 minutes.

The visitors doubled their lead in the second half when Adisak Kraisorn swept the ball home, and the Kirins' victory was sealed in 76 minutes through theerathon bunmathan, who finished after a smart passing move.

Muangthong United remain on the top while Chonburi FC, after their fourth straight league winless, are at 17th in relegation zone.

 

Ubon UMT United  3-3  Bangkok United

League runners-up Bangkok United came from behind to snatch a last-gasp thrilling 3-3 draw with newly promoted Ubon UMT United. 

The visitors went ahead through Dragan Boskovic’s penalty in the 18th minute, but Palace struck back twice through Bajram Nebihi’s spot-kick and shot at close-range.

Dragan Boskovic’s fine turn and finish drew Bangkok level and the hosts thought they had won it when Mariano Berriex found the back of the net to make it 3-2.

But Mano Polking watched his side get a late equaliser as Dragan Boskovic converted penalty kick to complete his first hat-trick of the league campaign in 2017.

Bangkok United find themselves in 5th, while Ubon UMT United maintain their league unbeaten strake and are in 4th of the table.

 

Toyota Thai League 2017 Matchweek 4’s results

Saturday, 4 March
Sisaket FC  3-1  Sukhothai FC
Super Power Samutprakan  1-2  BEC Tero Sasana
Thai Honda Ladkrabang FC  1-5  Buriram United
Nakhonratchasima Mazda FC  2-2  Pattaya United
Port FC  1-0  Navy FC

Sunday, 5 March
Chiangrai United  2-0  Suphanburi FC
Bangkok Glass FC  3-2  Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC
Chonburi FC  0-3  SCG Muangthong United
Ubon UMT United  3-3  Bangkok United