The Thai player recently made history for the first time in the Premier League.
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On the evening of 3/4 Vietnam time, Leicester City welcomed Manchester City at home in a match within the framework of the 30th Premier League. With the home field advantage, “The fox” has caused many difficulties for the defending runner Man City, however, with a team of depth and outstanding class, coach Pep Guardiola has easily spent won 2-0.
Notably, in this important match, with the columnist Harvey Barnes suffering an injury, coach Brendan Rodgers added Thai star Thanawat Suengchitthawon to Leicester City’s registration list.
According to the media of the Golden Temple country, Suengchitthawon has made history by becoming the first Thai player to register to compete in the Premier League. What previous seniors like Kiatisuk, Teerasil Dangda or Suree Sukha could not do before.
It is known that Suengchitthawon has two nationalities of France and Thailand, a 21-year-old player has practiced in France since the age of 6 and has played for two levels of the U16 and U17 French teams. However, the star born in 2000 is said to be ready to return to Southeast Asia to contribute to Thailand in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers if summoned by coach Akira Nishino as well as the Thai Football Federation.
This season, Thanawat Suengchitthawon has made 13 appearances in Leicester City U23 colors. The 21-year-old star has given himself 4 goals and 1 assists, notably of these including a brace against Manchester United U23.
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