Former championship-winning Brisbane Roar boss Mike Mulvey got his Thai League (T1) tenure off to the best possible start in a 3-1 home victory by BEC Tero Sasana over Nakhon Ratchasima, while Vidmar's Bangkok Glass thumped Super Power Samut Prakan 8-0.
Here are five things we saw in T1 Matchday 18:
1. Mulvey gives Tero a lift
Mulvey's arrival at Tero delivered immediate results as his side took the lead with a magnificent volley by Weearawut Kayem in the 12th minute of their clash at home to Nakhon Ratchasima. Former Muang Thong United and Selangor striker Paulo Rangel netted the equaliser on his debut for the Swatcats, but Michael N'Dri almost immediately restored Tero's lead.