Aung Thu’s Buriram United wins Thai League-1

Buriram United celebrated their victory after winning the Thai League-1 Championship title.    PHOTO: Thai League

Buriram United, played by Myanmar striker Aung Thu, won the Thai League-1 match in the 2021-2022 season before the end of the competition.
Aung Thu moved to Thai League 1 club Buriram United last season and successfully in the second season.
Buriram has one game left but beats second-placed BG Patton United by five points.
The Thai League-1 will end on 21 May, and Buriram has played 29 matches in the tourney.
With 62 points, they won the championship with one game left.
Buriram, the most successful team in the Thai league, won the title for the eighth time.
Aung Thu has been playing for foreign clubs since 2018 and has also played for Police Tero FC and Muangthong United.
It was the first Thai club for Aung Thu to win the Thai League championship.
—Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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