Ministry of National Defense have become the only side to beat Boeung Ket so far this season after thrashing the defending champions 2-0 at home to keep their title hope alive thanks to Chhin Chhoeun and Yoo Jaehoo’s header. Meanwhile, Um Vichet is the only goalkeeper, who can keep a clean sheet against Coach Hao Socheat’s side this season.
G.C National Police forced a 1-1 draw against Soltilo Angkor to secure one point from their home game. The visitors were in front through Yuta Kikuchi’s opener in the forty-fifth minute before Oladipupo Michael drew Coach Sareth Sidon’s side level to deny the Siem Reap-based club three points.
Phnom Penh Crown made their first league come-back win of the season to secure a tough 2-1 success over Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng at their RSN Stadium. Harley Willard opened the scoring to give Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng the lead in the fifty-ninth minute before Brazilian forward Valci Junior equalized for the six-time champions with a header from Ouk Sovann’s free-kick. Sunny Jane’s late strike helped Coach Luke Sainsbury’s side snatch all three points in their first league win from their last four matches.
Visakha put five goals past Western Phnom Penh to get an easy 5-0 win at the Army Stadium. Captain Tieng Tiny put Coach Hok Sochivorn’s side in front in the fifteenth minute of the play before Kim Kyong Hun bagged a brace to help Visakha lead 3-0. Pak Song Chol made it 4-0 in the fifty-ninth minute, while Keo Sokpheng scored his sixth league goal in his five league appearances to seal a comfortable 5-0 success for the Metfone Cambodian League new-comers.
Nagaworld put on an amazing performance to demolish host Asia Euro United 6-1, with Kouch Dani scoring an early goal to give the visitors the lead just three minutes after kick-off. Sung Chihoon stole the ball from the opponents’ defender to make it 2-0 for Nagaworld before Matthew Osa scored Nagaworld’s third goal in the forty-fifth minute, while Bisan George headed home from the far post to make it 4-0. Inui Tatsuro registered himself on the score sheet after scoring Nagaworld’s fifth goal, and one minute later the home side broke the deadlock through George Kelechi’s low shot before Bisan George headed his second goal in the stoppage time to help Coach Meas Channa’s side secure an easy 6-1 win.
Angkor Tiger got their first league victory from their last five league matches after the Siem Reap-based club hammered Electricite Du Cambodge 5-0 thanks to Sugiyama Joichiro’s hat-trick and Kazuteru Okamoto’s brace. Sugiyama Joichiro opened the scoring to give Angkor Tiger the lead in the thirtieth minute of the play before Kazuteru Okamoto doubled Coach Oriol Mohedano’s side lead just nine minutes after Sugiyama Joichiro’s opener. Sugiyama Joichiro bagged his second goal of the match from a penalty spot just two minutes before half time to help Angkor Tiger take a three-goal lead into the break. Kazuteru Okamoto made it 4-0 in the sixty-sixth minute before Sugiyama Joichiro completed his hat-trick to mark a superb away win for Angkor Tiger.