Lamphun Warriors are unbeaten for 5 consecutive matches after opening their home tied Ratchaburi FC with a score of 1-1 in the Thai League 1 2022/23 at 700 years anniversary Stadium, Chiangmai.
Safawi Rasid midfielder Malaysia national team of Ratchaburi FC is first 11 on start list in this match
in this game, is on the side of Ratchaburi who had a chance to invade first and had many chances to score goals But still no goal.
But in the 40th minute, Ratchaburi had down to 10 players from the moment when Pathomchai Sueasakul hard tackle into Lucca Borges, the referee immediately issued a second yellow card as a red card and send off.
After that, there are no more goals. The first half ended with both teams tied at 0-0.
Arrived in the second half in the 54th minute, the Lamphun Warrior had down to 10 players equally from the moment Mika Chunuonsee intercepted Safawi Rasid before the referee gave a second yellow card as a red card and send off.
and in the 65th minute from the moment, Moussa Sidibe got the ball from the right side before passing back to Jakkaphan Kaewprom, opening a cross into the penalty area and Park Jun-heong tackles Ratchaburi, leading 1-0
In the 73rd minute, Lamphun’s situation worsened. After having 9 players left, from the moment Sarawut Inpan went to intercept Darley, the referee gave a second yellow card as a red card and send off.
In the 79th minute, Lamphun almost scored an equalizer from the moment Maung Maung Lwin lifted the ball over the head of Ratchaburi’s goalkeeper. But the ball fell off the second post a little bit.
The game seemed to end with a victory for the visiting team, but in the 90+2nd minute from the moment Maung Maung Lwin opened the ball for Aung Thu to shoot, Lamphun followed the equalizer to 1-1.
After that, there were no more goals and the game ended in a 1-1 draw with both teams splitting each team into points.
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