| BANGKOK (5 July 2010) – Muang Thong United moved seven points clear at the top of the Thai Premier League following the crushing 4-0 win over TOT-CAT at the Yamaha Stadium on the weekend.
Phichitphong Cheuichiew carved open his first goal of the season just three minutes into the match with a fierce long drive before Nataporn Phanrit added the second goal in the 39th minute for Muang Thong to be 2-0 in front at the break.
Dagno Siaka and Teerasil Dangda then nailed two further goals in the second half to give Muang Thong the comprehensive win and put pressure on second-placed Chonburi FC.
But Chonburi still have two games in hand which means that they can still close in the leaders at the top of the standings.
In the meantime at the PAT Sadium, Thai Port continued their revival with a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Bangkok Glass.
Bangkok Glass were in front off Supachai Komsilp in the 15th minute before Thai Port rallied after the break for Sompong Sorleb and also an own goal from Supachai for the full three points.
At Si Sa Ket stadium, Ekaphan Jandaporn secured a point for Si Sa Ket with a late goal after Pattaya United had taken the lead through Patiphan Petviset in the 39th minute.
At Thammasat stadium, hosts Police United drew 1-1 with Buriram PEA.
Suchao Nutnum put the visiting team ahead after 42 minutes and Suchart Saleepim scored for the home team two minutes later to grab a point.