Thursday, 11 August 2011

Muangthong United 6 Bangkok Glass 2

BG Man
Bee Gee Man

What a game to miss! Despite looking forward to this match for a long time, family circumstances prevented me from going. All I can do is enviously offer a report from Ben at

A Teerasil Dangda hat-trick gave the foundation for a steam-rolling of Bangkok Glass on Wednesday night. Muangthong’s passing was top notch, and although many through-balls in the final third could have been better, there’s no doubt BG players will fall asleep tonight seeing red and black triangles dancing in their dreams.

A great game, great energy in the stadium, and Bangkok Glass put up quite a fight until the final whistle.

Extra notes: The other goals came from Piyaphol Buntao, an own goal and Ahnon. Fowler set up a good chance that Ahnon squandered seconds before he made amends.

MTU were very depleted, especially in defence, but still overwhelmed their high-ranking opponents. Good job lads!  Next up is Siam Navy
Osotspa Saraburi M150 on the weekend.


  1. It was a great match to watch. It seems as though everyone (including much of our squad) are starstruck with Fowler. Once Muangthong went up 4-0 the fans started chanting his name and there was a very noticeable dip in the level of play. Even after Fowler was subbed in the boys looked undisciplined and lacking in concentration, leading to a BG surge of two goals in just a few minutes. Thankfully, they boys pulled it together to score two in extra time.

    Sunday's match is against Osotspa, not Siam Navy :)

  2. Thanks Steve, I'm practising to work on the TPL scheduling team :-)