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Buriram Through To AFC Champions League Last 16 With Heroic Victory In Korea

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Buriram Through To AFC Champions League Last 16 With Heroic Victory In Korea

Buriram arrived in Korea knowing that anything less than victory would see them go out of the Champions League. If they felt under pressure, they certainly didn’t show it with an accomplished , polished performance. This was no smash and grab raid, Buriram were the better team, particularly in the second-half. Jeju had more possession…

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Buriram Come Good In Second-Half Against A Useful Thai Port Side

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Buriram Come Good In Second-Half Against A Useful Thai Port Side

Two goals in the last ten minutes finally made the game safe after it seemed countless missed chances were going to cost Buriram dear. Thai Port played some neat football in the midfield area but it was Buriram who carried the threat up front. On another night, Diogo would probably have scored five but he…

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Buriram Held To 1-1 Draw By Suphanburi In A Very Disappointing Performance

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Buriram Held To 1-1 Draw By Suphanburi In A Very Disappointing Performance

For their trip to Suphanburi,Buriram appeared to be suffering from a bit of a hangover following their determined second-half performance against Guangzhou Evergrande on Tuesday. Neither keeper had a real save to make as both sides struggled to create chances of any note. Buriram will rightly claim that Suphanburi’s equalizer should have been ruled out…

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Junsoo Strikes In The 92nd Minute……..AGAIN !!!

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Junsoo Strikes In The 92nd Minute……..AGAIN !!!

For the second time in three days Junsoo struck in the 92nd minute to rescue a vital point in the AFC Champions League game against Guangzhou Evergrande. It was no more than Buriram deserved as a battling second-half performance rocked the Chinese who were in total control in the opening half. There is no doubt…

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Buriram Leave It Late As Junsoo Grabs Stoppage Time Winner Against Chonburi

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Buriram Leave It Late As Junsoo Grabs Stoppage Time Winner Against Chonburi

It took a fortunate 92nd minute winner from Junsoo to give Buriram a deserved 2-1 victory over Chonburi at the Chang Arena. It looked like Buriram’s wastefulness in front of goal was going to cost them before the Korean came up with his first goal for the club. There was no Tunez or Edgar, presumably…

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100 Up For Diogo As Hat-Trick Seals Hard-Fought Win At Ubon

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100 Up For Diogo As Hat-Trick Seals Hard-Fought Win At Ubon

Diogo continued his remarkable scoring start to the season with a hat-trick to seal a hard-won three points in a 3-2 win at Ubon. The home side made Buriram fight all the way in an entertaining encounter which still leaves the reigning champions unbeaten at the top. Buriram were without Tunez (presumably injured) and Praweenwat…

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Buriram Almost Throw It Away With Abject Second-Half Performance Against Navy

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Buriram Almost Throw It Away With Abject Second-Half Performance Against Navy

After strolling to a 2-0 interval lead, Buriram almost let the game slip away with an inexplicable lack-lustre second-half display. They allowed the visitors who were there for the taking to get back into the game and create a number of chances which could well have been taken. Buriram were saved from embarrassment by a…

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Heartbreak For Buriram As Late Equalizer Denies Them Victory In Japan

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Heartbreak For Buriram As Late Equalizer Denies Them Victory In Japan

A goal two minutes from time prevented Buriram from recording a famous victory at Cerezo Osaka in the Asian Champions League. It looked like they were going to hold on to their precious 2-1 lead until a lapse in concentration by Narubadin allowed Kenyu a free a run at the ball to head home. Under…

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Newin Chidchob Reveals Reasoning Behind Cancellation Of Samson’s Contract

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Newin Chidchob Reveals Reasoning Behind Cancellation Of Samson’s Contract

Buriram United chairman Newin Chidchob reveals the reason behind the club’s decision to part ways with Vietnamese striker Hoang Vu Samson after just two matches into the 2018 season. Samson joined Buriram United in order to fill the ASEAN player quota. However, he left the Thunder Castle club after playing for the club for just 33 minutes…

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Samson Leaves Buriram And Rejoins Former Club Hanoi

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Samson Leaves Buriram And Rejoins Former Club Hanoi

Buriram United striker, Hoang Vu Samson has parted ways with the club just 5 games into the season of the 2018 Thai League. The 29-year old Nigerian-born Vietnamese striker has confirmed that he will rejoin his former club Hanoi FC in Vietnam. . V.League legend, Samson joined Thai League champions Buriram United in order to…

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