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06 October 2009 :: 15:10:50 pm 6529

Thai Premier League 2009 : Super Sunday Match Clash With Draw

2 top teams set the TPL new record BANGKOK– The 27th match for the top-of-the-table clash between Thai Premier League leaders Muang Thong United and beaten AFC Cup 2009 quarter-finalists Chonburi eventually finished 1-1 at Thunderdome stadium following a half hour delay at the start of the second half when visiting fans spilled onto the pitch.
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The 2 top teams also set a new Thai Premier League’s attendance record with 16,608 fans turning up to watch the Super Sunday match .

Chonburi had thrilled the away section of the 15,000-strong crowd when Jetsadakorn Hemdang put the Sharks ahead after just four minutes.

That forced Muang Thong to launch an all-out attack and Teerathep Winothai came close to an equaliser.

However, it was Thai national striker Teerasil Dangda who restored parity when he fired home a quality strike in the last minute of the first half.

The 30-minute delay followed after problems with the crowd and the second half remained scoreless despite good chances from Chonburi’s Kone Mohamed and Pipob On-mo.

Chonburi, who went into the game looking to bounce back from their 2-0 AFC Cup quarter-final second-leg defeat to Binh Duong, remain one point behind Muang Thong who took their tally to the season to 55 points with three matches left to play.

It is still a two horse race at the top of the Thai Premier League 2009 with both Muang Thong United and Chonburi in a close fight for the crown this year.

Other matches on Sunday 4 , Oct.09

At Saraburi stadium, Osotspa M-150 lost 1-0 to Navy Rayong thanks to a goal from Tinnapob Srisatid in the 64th minute.

Bangkok Glass FC got three important points by beating Bangkok United 2-1 at Chalermprakiat Klong 6 stadium.

Glass went ahead through Amnaj Kaewkew but Kittisak Siriwaen made it all-square in the 23rd minute.

Supachai Komsil hit the winner midway through the second half.

At PAT stadium, defending champions Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) beat Thai Port FC 1-0. Suriya Domthaisong bagged the winner in the 89th minute.

On Saturday 3, Chula squander golden opportunity

Relegation strugglers Chula United missed the chance of moving out of the drop zone yesterday when they could only secure a 1-1 home draw with TTM-Samut Sakhon in the Thai Premier League.

Vorawut Wangsawad put the visitors in front just before half-time and Brazilian Aron da Silva hit the equaliser for the hosts after 69 minutes.

Fortunately for Chula, fellow relegation contenders Nakhon Pathom lost 2-1 at TOT FC.

Kouadio Daniel opened the scoring for TOT after three minutes and Thailand striker Vimol Jankum equalised for the Hunters after 34 minutes.

Brazilian Valci Teixera Junior sealed the three points for TOT in the 74th minute.

At Sirindhorn stadium, bottom side Sri Racha FC stunned BEC Tero Sasana 4-2.

Guy Huburt scored for BEC after 17 minutes and Gaston Raul equalised for Sri Racha after 34 minutes.

Attapong Nuprom gave the home team the lead in the 39th minute but Akran Akasou put the match back on level terms shortly after the interval.

Sri Racha stepped up their efforts in the final 10 minutes and got two goals from Krirkrit Taweekarn and Raul.

And Samut Songkhram beat Pattaya United 1-0 with Kittiraj Sanoh firing the winner in the 22nd minute.

There are only 3 matches left to the end of the season.

1: Muang Thong 56 pt. 2: Chonburi 55 pt. 3: Bangkok Glass 51 pt. 4. BEC Tero 45 pt. 5.Osotspa M150 44 pt

Reporter : Jack Rames   Photo : Jack Rames   Category : Sports News

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