Sunday, 27 November 2011

Fowler's record: P5 W3 D2

For the second game in a row we let a lead slip in injury time. It looks to be all over, the only hope is that Tor Chittinand has confidently predicted a win for PEA today.

From Bangkok Post

Muang Thong United were held 2-2 at BEC Tero Sasana in the Thai Premier League yesterday.

The stalemate shattered second-placed Muang Thong's hopes of retaining the title as they are now 10 points behind leaders Buriram PEA with nine matches remaining.

Buriram should extend their lead to 13 points today when they go to strugglers Siam Navy.

At Thephatsadin stadium, Muang Thong, led by coach/player Robbie Fowler, got off to a fast start when Ivory Coast's Dagno Siaka gave them the lead after a few minutes.

The Fire Dragons came back strongly in the second half and got an equaliser through Ghana's Gilbert Koomson in the 58th only for Christian Kouakou to regain the lead for the Kirins soon after.

But just as the Kirins seemed to be heading for a win, Jakkrit Boonkhum stunned them with an equaliser in injury time.

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