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Matchday 1: Bangkok Glass 3 – Sisaket 2

March 14, 2015

Matchday 1: Bangkok Glass 3 – Sisaket 2

Match corresponding to date 1 of Thai Premier League, postponed due to the participation of Bangkok Glass in the qualifying rounds of Asian Champions League. Local win by 3-2, which places Bangkok Glass in the top of the standings.

First half dominated by the local team, this superiority had a reflection in the scoreboard at halftime. The first chance was for the local team, with a combination in the left wing that ended with a crossing to the area that was headed slightly out near the post by Kaikaew coming from the second line. Sisaket answered with a very similar play, a cross from the left side that was headed out by Boonmatoon. In the following opportunity came the first goal of the match, for Bangkok Glass, it was the 34th minute; Thanasit received a ball in the right wing and dribbled several rival players going to the centre of the attack, he gave a through pass to Chatree coming from the right side, who scored with a low shot that went through the goalkeeper’s legs. In the 43rd minute came the second goal for Bangkok Glass, with a penalty converted by Leandro, after a play by Kaikaew, whose shot from inside the box was deflected by the goalkeeper and in the subsequent fight for the deflection, a rival defender touched the ball with the hand.

The second half had more alternatives, with the visiting team more dangerous in attack than the first 45 minutes. It started in the best way for Sisaket, in minute 49 they scored with a great free-kick executed by Khanueng, who entered the pitch at halftime, that went into the net close to the corner of the goal. A masterpiece. Bangkok Glass answered with two long distance shots by Peerapong, blocked without problems by the goalkeeper, and a chance for Kaimbi after a breakthrough in the right wing, but his shot was well deflected by the goalkeeper. Sisaket pushed hard for the draw, and had the chance with two far free-kicks that hit the bar. Bangkok Glass answered with a set corner-play, kicked in the second post by Matt Smith, but the ball went to the post after deflecting in a rival defender. Shortly after, Sisaket had another chance with a long ball, poorly cleared by the goalkeeper when exiting the box, the ball ended in the feet of a rival attacker, but his shot went out, and then with a breakthrough from the right side that ended with a crossed shot that went wide. The local team had a chance to decide the game with a through pass from Thanasit that Kaimbi missed in front of the goalkeeper. However, in the next play Bangkok Glass scored their third goal, in a play conducted by Tasevski in the centre of the attack, passed to Thanasit in the left wing, who entered the box and crossed the ball for Tasevski, who kicked the ball into the net; it was minute 87. Bangkok Glass could make the difference in the scoreboard bigger with a new chance for Kaimbi, deflected by the goalkeeper, but in the last play of the match, in the 94th minute, Sisaket reduced the difference with a corner headed into goal by Wongma in the second post.

With this victory, Bangkok Glass is now second in the table, but tied to Army United with 13 points. Third and fourth are Suphanburi and Muang Thong United, respectively, tied to 11 points.