Buriram PEA top, Muang Thong crash (21/03/2011)
The Thunder Castle, Buriram PEA roared to the top of the Thai Premier League yesterday with a convincing 3-0 victory over Chonburi's Sharks.
In another significant result, big spenders Muang Thong United suffered a nightmare when they were thrashed 5-1 away to Osotspa M-150 Saraburi.
More than 20,000 fans packed the I-Mobile stadium in Buriram and the home side got off to a great start with Cameroon player Frank Ohandza scoring in the 6th minute.
Ohandza was on target again in the second half with a strike in the 56th minute while Jakkraphan Kaewprom added the third in the 77th minute.
The victory put Buriram PEA on top of the league while Chonburi are in sixth place.
Defending champions Muang Thong United were torn apart in the second half by the lively Osostspa team.
Pipat Tonkanya had put the home side in front in the 18th minute but Datsakorn Thonglao of Muang Thong made it 1-1 in the 33rd minute.
In the second half Osotspa went on a scoring spree with Marcio da Silva (50), Apipoo Sunthornpanavej (58), Lazaras Kaimbi (89) and Wannapol Bussapakom (90) all on target.
The result saw Osotspa move into third place while Munag Thong are struggling in 12th, with just one win from four matches.
At Chonburi Physical Education stadium, Navy FC drew 1-1 with Insee Police United. The Navy took the lead through Rattaporn Saetan in the 44th minute before Surachart Sareepim equalised in the 65th.
TOT SC remain pointless at the bottom after losing 0-2 at home to Pattaya United, Niweat Siriwong and Patipol Petchviset were on target for Pattaya..
Thai Port had their first home game of the season but could only manage a 1-1 draw with Bangkok Glass and remain third from bottom.
Sompong Sorleb put Port ahead in the 28th minute but former Port striker Sarayuth Chaikamdee equalised for the Glass Rabbit in the 57th minute .
Source : http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/sports/227735/buriram-pea-top-muang-thong-crash