Monday, 22 October 2012
Thai Port 1 Muangthong United 2
This game was as weak a first half performance from our boys as I’ve seen all season. I can only guess this was a way above-average from Thai Port as they certainly did not look like a side weak enough to go down.
The second half was an improvement and although still below-par, we did enough to win. That’s yet another example of a quality side.
My Man of the Match for MTU was Weerawut Kayem, who was so involved down the left side of the pitch.
Commiserations to Thai Port. Although we’ve had problems in the past, the club have a genuine local appeal and some great, passionate fans. This is the sort of club that represents a passionate and exciting national league.
The final game of the season is away to BEC Tero and we’ll need to be at our best one last time to protect our undefeated streak against a very good side.
After that, we’ll be looking at the MTU Blog awards.