Take a look at our Best XI from Matchday 2 of the 2018 AFF Cup:
Name: Khairul Fahmi Che Mat
One again, Khairul came to Malaysia's rescue, using his experience and know-how to make sure the back-line was safe.
Name: Fachrudin Aryanto
When Fachrudin came off the bench in the first match, Indonesia's defensive line looked more confident and able to anticipate Singapore's attacks. He continued his amazing work against Timor-Leste, organizing the defensive line and serving as a good mentor and partner for Hansamu Yama.
Name: Aidil Zafuan
After an inconsistent performance against Cambodia, Aidil truly got his tournament under way with an excellent showing in the second match.
Name: Sithu Aung
The young yet established Myanmar international, who most recently signed for Chonburi in the Thai League, made key defensive and offensive contributions in the game against Cambodia, and even got himself on the scoresheet.
Name: Andik Vermansyah
Andik was the player of the match against Timor-Leste. During the first-half, he played in his natural position on the right wing and looked promising, threatening the Timorese left-back. He also did well on the left-side when Riko Simanjuntak came on in the second-half, and played a key role in getting Indonesia ahead.
Name: Phithack Kongmathilath
One of the few bright lights in what ended up being a dismal day for Laos, Phithack Kongmathilath can take pride in scoring the opening goal against Malaysia at the Bukit Jalil Stadium with a phenomenal free kick.
Name: Hliang Bo Bo
In the absence of Aung Thu, many fans were worried about who would provide the spark for Myanmar in their opening match of the tournament. Up stepped Yadanabon's Hliang Bo Bo, who struck a brace to lead his side to an impressive 4-1 victory.
Name: Patrick Riechelt
A veteran of the Philippines team, Patrick Reichelt is now participating in his fourth AFF Cup with the Azkals. His goal helped new coach Sven-Goran Eriksson pick up a debut victory in charge of the Philippines and got them off to a winning start against Singapore.
Name: Stefano Lilipaly
After coming on for the last half an hour against Timor-Leste, Lilipaly's involvement greatly improved Indonesia's attack, making up for the lost supply lines from the midfield to striker Beto Goncalves. If he played from the beginning, it is possible that Indonesia would have won by a bigger margin.
Name: Rufino Gama
A special mention should go to Rufino, who scored his fifth international goal in the match against Indonesia. He threatened the Indonesian defenders with his skills and dribbling. His goal is particularly memorable because it is the first one ever scored by a Timor-Leste player against the Garuda.
Name: Norshahrul Idlan Talaha
Norshahrul made a crucial contribution once again in the match against Laos yesterday, when he scored two goals. His first came in the final minutes of the match after a disastrous situation in the visitor's box. His second goal came in stoppage time, when he headed in a cross from Akhyar Rashid.