Metfone C-League season to come to a close. Chhin Chhouern scored for the Army with a scorcher of a goal a minute into additional time at the end of the first half, after Khim Borey had set him up. They'd already had to replace Samreth Seiha in goal on the half hour after he limped off with a leg injury, sustained in a collision with Keo Sokngorn. His replacement Sou Yaty kept his team in front with a double save a minute before the half-time whistle. The Army withstood some early Crown pressure in the 2nd half and looked to be heading for a surprise win when referee Yien Kivatanak stepped in on 67 minutes. Om Thavrak was given a poor pass by Yaty and made a last-ditch tackle to deny Sok Pheng but not in the eyes of the referee. As Thavrak lay prostrate on the ground nursing a knee injury, he flashed his red card. It was a poor decision as Thavrak clearly won the ball before catching Pheng, but that was little consolation for the Army centre-half as he left the pitch on a stretcher. It looked as though the Army would hold out against a toothless Crown side until a neat passing move gave Keo Sokngorn the equaliser with time running out. It was tough luck on the Army, who remain in sixth place, whilst Crown are in 2nd spot but seven points behind leaders Naga.