Bangkok United’s Robson Fernandes is taken on by an Ubon gamer. PR

Safeguarding champs Buriram United suffered another obstacle in their mission to maintain the Thai League 1 title last night when they were edged 1-0 by Sukhothai.

After going unbeaten for practically a year in league matches, Buriram sustained their 2nd loss in a week to leave the Thunder Castle within the striking series of Bangkok United.

It was piece of Njiva Rakotoharimalala’s specific luster midway through the 2nd half that made sure 3 points for hosts Sukhothai.

Bangkok United narrowed the space on top to 2 points with an outstanding 3-0 success away at Ubon UMT United.

Bangkok United scored through Everton Goncalves (6th minute), Robson Fernandes (76th) and Carlos Salom (90th).

As previous champs SCG Muang Thong United had a hard time to a 2-2 draw with Ratchaburi, the club the other day verified the finalizing of previous Serbian coach Radovan Curcic to assist change their drooping fortunes.

The Kirins, runners-up in 2015, remained in deep difficulty when Ratchaburi got objectives from Chutipol Thongthae and Philip Roller. Muang Thong were spared their blushes at their house ground by Heberty Fernandes, who struck two times late in the match.

Muang Thong United had actually been under caretaker coach Santi Chaipuek because Totchtawan Sripan left the group last month when the Kirins lost 6-1 to PT Prachuap.

The having a hard time giants prepare to formally reveal Curcic tomorrow.

Hosts Chonburi returned from one objective to beat PT Prachuap 4-2.

Lonsana Doumbouya put Prachuap in the lead in the 20th minute prior to the Sharks ran riot and smashed 3 objectives past the visitors with Nattapol Malaphan, Ciro Alves and Saharat Sonthisawad discovering the internet.

Amorn Thammanam decreased the deficit for Prachuap in the 64th minute, Setthawut Wongsai brought back Chonburi’s two-goal benefit 14 minutes later on.

At Boonyajinda Arena, Authorities Tero caught 3 points, beating 10-man Pattaya United 3-1.

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