Thai League Week 4: Top 5 goals of the week – Agree or disagree?

Every week, FOX Sports Asia brings you the top five goals from Thai League 1 but of course, you can always tell us your choices.

So without further ado, here are the top five goals from Week 04.

1. Ratthanakorn Maikami (Buriram United)
Buriram United 3-0 PT Prachuap

Diogo might have stolen the limelight with a brace in Buriram United’s 3-0 win over newly-promoted Prachuap, but it was Ratthanakorn Maikami that scored the pick of the three goals.

The Thunder Castle midfielder played an excellent ball on the left to Diogo, before charging 50 yards into the box to meet the Brazilian’s return pass to finish off a superb move in the 83th minute.

Currently, Buriram tops the table with 12 points with four wins out of four.

2. Sivakorn Tiatrakul (Chiangrai United)
Muangthong United 1-1 Chiangrai United

The spirit of tiki-taka was strong with Chiangrai as they scored a quintessential team goal in the 12th minute through Sivakorn Tiatrakul in their 1-1 draw against Muangthong.

Beetles’ midfielder Sivakorn capped off a move involving teammates Piyaphon Phanichakul, Cleiton Silva and Bajram Nebihi with a fine finish.

Jaja Coelho equalised five minutes before the break to level things for the Kirins. Muangthong are fifth in the standings after an inconsistent start – having won two, lost one and drawn one.

3. Pathomchai Sueasakul (Ratchaburi Mitr Phol)
Ratchaburi Mitr Phol 1-2 Bangkok United

The Dragons must have felt a tinge of regret in their 1-2 defeat at home to Bangkok United.

Ratchaburi’s Pathomchai Sueasakul got the hosts off to a dream start; scoring an audacious lop from the halfway line with Angels’ keeper Michael Falkesgaard off his line in the first minute!

The visitors clawed one back in the 57th minute through Vander Luiz before Sumanya Purisay completed the comeback 10 minutes later with his fourth goal of the season.

4. Mario Gjurovski (Bangkok Glass FC)
Bangkok Glass 2-0 Port FC

The Rabbits ended Port’s unbeaten start to the season with a 2-0 win at home. The Lions were stunned by two early goals from the hosts and could not find a way back.

The second goal, scored in the eighth minute, was a thing of beauty as Macedonian midfielder Mario Gjurovski hit Port on the break and completely dominated opposing defender Elias Dolah to unleash a fierce volley into the back of the net.

Frederic Mendy scored earlier on in the third minute to give his side all three points which moves them up to 13th in the standings.

5. Anuwat Noicheunphan (Chainat Hornbill)
Sukhothai FC 4-2 Chainat Hornbill

It was a goal feast as the Fire Bats triumphed 4-2 at home over the Hornbills in a pulsating match which boasted end-to-end action.

But our pick of the lot goes to Chainat’s midfielder Anuwat Noicheunphan who opened the floodgates in the fifth minute with a cheeky half-volley from outside the area.

His teammate Bernard Doumbia netted a consolation in the 90th minute, but second-placed Sukhothai were already home and dry with a Njiva Rakotoharimalala brace and a goal apiece from Narongrit Boonsuk and star striker Nelson Bonilla.

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