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Thunder Castle Wins Over Chiang Rai United 3-2

Rangsan Vivatchaichok scored the winning goal for the Storm Castle in the sixth minute of injury time.

A large home crowd was stunned when Marina competed in a 2-0 lead after goals from Wuthichai Asucheewa (6 º) and Olof Watson (24 th).

Two down at halftime, Buriram seemed on their way to their first defeat of the season.

In 69 minutes the Castle Thunder pulled one back through Franck Ohandza, but despite intense pressure on the side of the house team of armed struggle seemed to throw you a shock victory.

However, Sarif Sainui tied in stoppage time and not be content with a draw, the captain Rangsan dramatic winner scored a second before the final whistle.

Navy players collapsed to his knees in despair after leaving the game out of their hands.

There was another dramatic comeback late in the stadium when Leo Bangkok windshield Sarayuth Chaikamdee scored two goals in stoppage time as his team came from behind to beat visitors to Chiang Rai United 3-2.

Hironori Saruta Glass Rabbit to 1-0 in the first minute of the game, but Leotin Chitescu tied in the ninth minute.

In the second half captain of Chiang Rai, Wasant Natasant put the northern team 2-1 lead with a superb long shot and the visitors seemed to be on track for a distance of three valuable points.

Bur Sarayuth then struck twice in the fourth minute of stoppage time to give his team victory.

In Samut Songkhram defeated hosts SC TOT 3-1. Samut Songkhram took the lead on 13 minutes through Nilsang Chokelarp before Bireme Diouf added the second in the final moments of the first half.

Diouf put the hosts further ahead on 54 minutes and although Mohamed Kone scored a late goal for the visitors, Samut Songkhram ran out comfortable winners 3-1.

In Phichit, the hosts beat United 1-0 to Amy Korea Kim Joo Yong player scoring the only goal of the match in minute 38.

In Saraburi, humble Sri Racha FC upset Osotspa M-150 2.1 drag themselves from the bottom of the league.

Sri Racha took the lead on 48 minutes through Aron da Silva, but Osotspa equalized on a goal by Marcio da Silva on 61 minutes.

The Blue Marlin continued to press for the winner and hit Namuangrak Yodrak 85 minutes for a much needed three points.

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