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Matchday 11: Bangkok Glass 3 – Nakhon Ratchasima 1

June 20, 2015

Matchday 11: Bangkok Glass 3 – Nakhon Ratchasima 1

Matchday 11 of Thai Premier League and victory 3-1 for Bangkok Glass over Nakhon Ratchasima in the first game after the stop in the League.

Great first half by Bangkok Glass, in which they were clearly superior to their rival and it had a reflection in the scoreboard at halftime with a 3 goal difference. The first chance was for the local team, with a combination in the right side between Tasevski and Kaimbi which ended in a crossing to the area by the latter, but it was kicked out of goal by Goshi. The visiting team answered with a long distance shot that went directly to Narit´s hands, and then with a corner-kick that was cleared by Narit, and the subsequent deflection was kicked over the bar by a rival player. The local team took the lead in the next opportunity with a great goal, it was minute 15. Tasevski made a through-pass over the defence and Kaikaew in a one-touch from the edge of the box kicked the ball over the goalkeeper. An amazing goal. Shortly after, in minute 21, Bangkok Glass increased the difference in the scoreboard. Goshi made a through pass to the back of the rival defence to Kaimbi in the right wing, he run to the goal line and made a crossing that was kicked on goal by Tanasith. Bangkok Glass had two more chances to score, first with a new long ball to the back of the defence to Goshi, who controlled the ball on the edge of the box but his shot was blocked by the goalkeeper, and then with a crossing from the right side headed by Tasevski to the hands of the rival goalkeeper. They will not miss the third chance. A cross from the left wing hit the hand of a rival defender and the referee whistled the penalty, which was converted by Tasevski; it was minute 36. Not much more to highlight until halftime, total superiority of the local team during the first 45 minutes.

The second half started with more intensity by the visiting team, creating better chances. First one with a shot from the edge of the box that was cleared to corner by Narit, not without some problems. In the next opportunity, they did not miss. A cross to the area from the right side was headed into goal by Lindemann moving ahead of the local defence, it was minute 51. The goal gave spirit to Nakhon Ratchasima, who continued to create dangerous chances. They had two new opportunities, first with a shot from inside the box after a good play by the rival forward that Narit cleared to corner, and then with a crossing on goal from the right side that Narit had to clear to corner with some difficulties. First chance for Bangkok Glass in the second half came from a play in the left side, Anan received the ball but his shot on goal from the edge of the box was blocked by the rival goalkeeper without problems. The visiting team had another chance to reduce the difference in the scoreboard with a free-kick that went slightly out. Kaikaew answered for Bangkok Glass after a combination in the right side, but his shot went over the bar. Then it was Peeraphong who had a chance with a free-kick that was cleared to corner by the rival goalkeeper in a magnificent save. Bangkok Glass had a new opportunity in the feet of Kaimbi, in a good breakthrough in the right wing, but his shot from inside the box was well cleared by the goalkeeper. Then it was Anan who had an opportunity with a header after a cross from the right wing, but the ball went softly to the hands of the rival goalkeeper. The match ended with a chance for the visiting team, after a crossing to the heart of the box that could not be shot on goal and Matt Smith cleared the ball to corner. Despite the attempts by the visiting team, the scoreboard did not move.

With these three points Bangkok Glass is now second in the table with 24 points, only 1 point behind Buriram United, leader alone, who draw in a home game against Army United.