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Tigers season kicks off in Premier League

Lanna Tigers lose 1-3 in opening match

Adisak Kanu (yellow shirt) of Chiang Mai FC heads the ball to knock the ball away from the Port FC player in the YAMA League Division 1 of 2016 season at PAT Stadium on March 5, 2016. Port FC beat Chiang Mai 3-1 in the match.

Nopniwat Krailerg

The Chiang Mai Football Club lost their first match of the season in Division 1 with a 1 – 3 loss to Port Football Club at the PAT Stadium, Port Authority of Thailand, Bangkok on March 5, 2016.

The Yamaha League Division 1 of 2016 season was officially opened by Chiang Mai FC game at Port FC. The game was started with both teams playing a strong offensive game, the host controlled the ball from the 20th minute to the 32nd minute when they scored their first goal.
In the second half, both teams still kept the same players with Port F.C. playing a strong offense but the Tigers managed to even the score with a goal at the 59th minute. However, the host fought back and scored a second goal in the 66th minute.

In the last minute of the match, Chiang Mai played a strong offensive game but in injury time Port FC quickly play back and gain one more goal to beat Chiang Mai 3 – 1.
 


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Update March 8, 2016

Tigers season kicks off in Premier League


 



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