10-man Glass rally to win
Bangkok Glass, reduced to 10 men since the middle of the first half, put on a brave fight last night to shock Chiang Rai United 2-1 in their Thai League 1 clash at home.
The Glass Rabbits were dealt a big blow when Jhasmani Campos was given his marching orders for elbowing Phitiwat Sukjitthamakul a shade after the 20-minute mark.
Chiang Rai pounced on the opportunity to go ahead at the stroke of half-time when Felipe Azevedo scored.
Bangkok Glass did not give in and hit back with the equaliser in the 63rd minute when Apisit Soraya found the net.
The winner was headed in by Surachart Sareepim two minutes into injury time.
In another game last night, Pattaya United wasted a two-goal advantage to let hosts Navy walk away with a 2-2 draw.
Pattaya shifted gears in the second half when they scored through Milos Stojanovic and Aleksandar Jevtic.
Navy pulled one back when Sutthipng Laoporn struck late and Pattaya United skipper Lee Won-Young gifted the hosts an own-goal two minutes from time.
On Saturday night, Bangkok United picked up three points at their home ground, defeating Nakhon Ratchasima 2-0.
Bangkok United put on an impressive show as veteran striker Teerathep Winothai put them ahead in the last minute of the first half. Yohan Tavares scored their second in the 52nd minute.
Also on Saturday night, Sukhothai rallied from 3-1 down to share a point with Ubon UMT United following a 3-3 draw.
Hosts Sukhothai saw Khapfah Boonmatun claim a brilliant hat-trick. He netted his first in the fourth minute, only to see Carlos tie the score for Ubon UMT 10 minutes later.
The visitors quickly moved ahead through a Taweekul Thongon strike before Prat Samakrat conceded an own-goal to hand Ubon UMT United a massive 3-1 lead at half-time.
Khapfah was in a spectacular form in the second half as he found the net twice within a space of seven minutes to earn Sukhothai a draw.