BK Glass stay perfect; BEC Tero down Suphanburi for first win

Bangkok Glass are one of just two teams with a 100% record in the Thai Premier League after two rounds following a 1-0 win over Samut Songkhram on Sunday evening.

Following a goalless first half at the Leo Stadium, Jetsadakorn Hemdaeng struck in the 48th minute to hand the Glass Rabbits maximum points.

The win took them second on the table behind Muangthong United, who are the only other side that has managed victories in their opening two games of the season.

BEC Tero Sasana claimed their first triumph of the campaign after coming from behind to beat Suphanburi 4-2 at the 72-years Anniversary Stadium.

Jung Myung-oh had handed Suphanburi the lead after just two minutes, but Narubodin Weerawatnodom headed home a corner in the 15th minute to equalise.

The Fire Dragons then edged ahead in the 35th minute after Honduras international Georgie Welcome opened his account for his new club, but this time it was the visitors who mustered a response when Bjorn Lindemann fired them level on the stroke of halftime.

Nonetheless, the hosts remained undeterred and reclaimed the lead five minutes into the second half thanks to a Naruphol Ar-Romsawa effort, before Gilbert Koomson struck in injury-time to seal the victory.

Newly-promoted Singhtarua were also winners on Sunday after defeating Osotspa Saraburi 1-0 at the Saraburi Stadium.

The only goal of the game came in the 72nd minute when Brazilian forward Leandro Oliveira netted with a terrific diving header, helping the Port Lions stay undefeated after two games of the new season.

Over at the Chainat Stadium, ten-man Chainat picked up their first points of the campaign with a shock 2-0 win over Army United.

The visitors were firmly in the ascendancy after Chainat had Surachet Ngamtip sent off eight minutes before halftime for stamping on an opponent, but they were unable to make the most of their numerical superiority.

And in the 88th minute, it was the Hornbills who broke the deadlock courtesy of a strike from Marko Perovic, before Jo Tae-keun added a second in injury-time to make sure of the result.

In Sunday’s final game, Police United bounced back from their 4-0 defeat to Chonburi in the first round with an emphatic 5-1 victory over Air Force Central.

Sunday’s Thai Premier League Results

Chainat 2-0 Army United

Osotspa Saraburi 0-1 Singhtarua

Bangkok Glass 1-0 Samut Songkhram

BEC Tero Sasana 4-2 Suphanburi

Police United 5-1 Air Force Central


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