Thai coat, Adisak Kraisorn, on the left, scored against Timor Leste in the Suzuki Cup last night. photo: variant hirujyatheb
Striker Adisak Kraisorn continued his stunning feedback to the Thai national team with six spectacular balls preparing the road to the 7-0 War Elephants victory at their Suzuki Cup opening game. by Timor Leste last night.
Shortly before the break, Adisak held the 4-0 score in favor of protecting Thai champions and pushed almost the game out of reaching Timor Leste.
Thais began to show their excellence over the regional minnows as soon as the big break in the National Stadium of Rajamangala Bangkok, it stopped a moment of silence to pay their respect to the chairman of Leicester City, Vichai Srivaddhaprabha, who lost his life in a tragic helicopter crash in England on October 27.
The game was only three minutes, with the crowd still discharging through the gates, as Sanrawat Detchmitr led a short cross from Korrakot Wiriyaudomsiri to Adisak to score from a distance.
Sanrawat was once again the man behind a long 12-minute ball to Adisak, the chief executive of Thailand last night, who had a lot of trouble in lobbying the ball over the charge of Leste Timer, Aderito Raul Fernandes's laundry to double the benefits of a team home.
The third goal of Thailand came on the half-hour mark when Nurul Sriyankem Adisak set up an assault to complete his hats.
Just a few minutes before half time, the defense champion was secured twice three points from the Group B's opener as Adisak got up above everyone else to go home to Korrakot corner and make it 4-0 for the home team.
Adisak, the only SCG Muang Thong United player in the team, was hungry for more as he knocked the net twice in the second half.
After throwing a cross at home from Mongkol Thosakrai, Adisak held her cool to convert a 57 minute penalty after Nurul was pushed down by Timor Leste player inside the box.
Timor Leste was tackled blowing 15 minutes later when Fernandes goalkeeper entered Mongkol into a yard outside the box and his orders were marched to him.
However, by that time the War Elephants had thrown their feet off the gas pedal and although they were creating a few openings late in the game, only the young Supachai Chaided was able to add an injury time goal to & Thai stock.
In the other group B in the game last night, a first half strike from Hariss Harun midfielder to Singapore to Indonesia's side reaped Indonesia 1-0.
The Philippines are the fifth team in Group B.
The big prize registered by Thailand last night gave them the place at the top of Group B before Singapore because of a rather better goal difference.
The regional football championship took place with Group A games on Thursday evening when Vietnam Laos 3-0 and Malaysia dropped Cambodia 1-0. Myanmar, the fifth side of the group, starts their campaign on Monday with a chlash with Cambodia.
The best two finals in each five-team group will move on to the final, which will be played in the next month, with a final play on December 11 and 15.