Muangthong United 1-0 Sisaket FC

Thai Premier League – Match 5


Goals: Cleiton (88′)

SCG Muangthong United defeated Sisaket FC by way of an 88th minute winner from former BEC Tero forward Cleiton Silva. It was the second straight game where Cleiton scored the game-winning goal, and the third straight shut-out for Kawin. Like we’ve seen in previous matches, Muangthong were able to maintain possession well, but were unable to capitalize on that possession. Even Cleiton’s goal came from a sloppy turnover by Sisaket. That said, Sisaket’s goalkeeper Narong Wongthongkam did produce some amazing saves, most notably his stop on Datsakorn Thonglao’s header in the first half:

Narong Save on Datsakorn Header

Unless FA Cup or Toyota Cup matches have yet to be scheduled for March, Muangthong United are looking at a huge 3 week break. As it stands, their next match will be an away fixture against Suphanburi FC on April 4th.


Preview: Muangthong United vs. Sisaket FC

Thai Premier League – Match 5

Kick-off at SCG Stadium on Wednesday, March 11th at 20:00.

SCG Muangthong United welcome Sisaket FC for the TPL’s mid-week match up this evening. Sisaket have had a good start to their season, winning 2 home games against BEC Tero and newly-promoted Saraburi while giving up 0 goals. This could mean trouble for Muangthong, who have drawn with Sisaket in their last 2 attempts and have not scored more than 1 goal in a game this season. MTU’s offense has been successful with creating scoring opportunities, but unsuccessful with converting those chances into goals.

*Broadcast on True Sport 2

Previous Fixtures:

TPL 2014: MTU 0-0 SFC, SFC 1-1 MTU

TPL 2013: SFC 1-2 MTU *Sisaket disqualified from 2013 TPL due to legal issues*

TPL 2012: MTU 3-0 ESUESU 1-1 MTU

TPL 2011: MTU 1-0 SFCSFC 1-2 MTU

League Cup 2010 – 3rd Round: MTU 0-2 SFC, SFC 1-0 MTU

TPL 2010: MTU 6-0 SFCSFC 1-2 MTU

Head-to-Head: W: 6 / L: 2 / D: 3

League Rank:

Muangthong United: 4th – 8 points (4 games played)

Sisaket FC: 9th –  6 points (2 games played)

Current Form:

Muangthong United: W/D/D/W

– Last Match: Muangthong United 1-0 Port FC

Sisaket FC: W/W

– Last Match: Sisaket FC 1-0 Saraburi FC (Highlights)

Muangthong United 1-0 Port FC

Thai Premier League – Match 4


Goals: Cleiton (52′)

SCG Muangthong United defeated Port FC on Saturday night, tallying their 11th straight victory against the Port ‘Horses’. The match was close and physical, with both sides having a number of dangerous opportunities. Cleiton Silva was able to make the difference in the 52nd minute, sliding a shot past the Tarua keeper with an assist from Mario Djurovski.

MTU have a quick turn-around, facing Sisaket FC at home on Wednesday night.


Preview: Muangthong United vs. Port FC

Kick-off at SCG Stadium on Saturday, March 7th at 20:00.

SCG Muangthong United take on Port FC (Thai Port, Singhtarua, etc…) tonight at SCG Stadium. Port bring former MTU players Ekkapoom Potharungroj and Diarra Ali to the table, with their most recent TPL match being a 2-0 away loss at BEC Tero.

Muangthong United played to a 0-0 draw at Leo Stadium against Bangkok Glass last Saturday, and will surly be hungry for a win tonight. The history is on MTU’s side, with the Krilins having won 10 straight previous meetings coming into this match.

Previous Fixtures:

TPL 2014: MTU 3-1 TP, TP 0-4 MTU

FA Cup 2012: TP 0-2 MTU

TPL 2012: MTU 5-1 TP, TP 1-2 MTU

TPL 2011: MTU 2-0 TPTP 0-3 MTU

TPL 2010: MTU 1-0 TPTP 1-4 MTU

Kor Royal Cup: MTU 2-0 TP (Forfeit – crowd riot)

TPL 2009: MTU 3-0 TPTP 1-0 MTU

Head to head: W: 11 / L: 1 / D: 0

League Rank:

Muangthong United: (TPL) – 6th – 5 points (3 games played)

Port FC: (TPL) – 14th – 3 points (3 games played)

Current Form:

Muangthong United: W/D/D

– Last Match: Bangkok Glass 0-0 Muangthong United

Port FC: L/W/L

– Last Match: BEC Tero 2-0 Port FC (Highlights)

Bangkok Glass 0-0 Muangthong United

Thai Premier League – Match 3

Bangkok Glassvs.MTUTD


SCG Muangthong United couldn’t manage to break the deadlock on Saturday night, leaving Leo Stadium with 1 point after a 0-0 draw with Bangkok Glass. Both teams lacked effectiveness in the attacking third, although MTU had the more dangerous opportunities of the evening. Teerasil Dangda even had a shot deflect off the post, although he was wrongfully flagged offside on the play. Also including Teerasil was a clumsy tackle inside the penalty area by BG’s Suwannapat Kingkkaew, which was waved off by the referee. A gif of the incident:

Teerasil vs BG Penalty?

In my opinoin, Teerasil goes down very easily and probably should have stayed on his feet and got a shot off. While it could technically be a penalty, it does look like he’s seeking to make contact as he falls, which is probably why the ref let it go.

Also of interest, Piyaphon Phanichakul, the go-to man for long throw-ins, managed to heave the ball into the penalty area where it bounced untouched over both teams’ players and into the goal. But since you cannot score directly from a throw in (which, incidentally, I learned yesterday evening), it was simply retaken.

Next up, Muangthong United will face Thai Port on Sunday, March 8th, at SCG Stadium.



Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 29 other followers