CHIANG RAI – Disgruntled Chiang Rai United fans turned on their own coach again after they were humbled 3-0 at home by BEC Tero Sasana Football Club.
A certain percentage of them even cheered when Witchaya scored Tero’s third with seven minutes left on the clock. Before that, Cleiton Silva had given BEC Tero a first half lead and Sho Shimoji pounced on a goalkeeping spill to double that advantage. That 3-0 win move BEC Tero up to fourth while CRU remain fourth from bottom.
A Thiagoless Chonburi couldn’t find enough in reserve as they had to settle for a point in Songkhla. Elvis Job scored from close range to give Songkhla a 35th minute lead, but a chipped effort from Irfan Bachdim levelled a few minutes later.
It also finished 1-1 at the Thammasart with Sompat salvaging a point for Police Utd right at the death. Lazarus Kaimbi had given Osotspa the lead in first half injury time, but the Saraburi side couldn’t hold out to claim their first win in seven outings.