Who were the top performers in Southeast Asia this weekend? Click through to see the Football Tribe SEA XI of the Week, selected by staff from our SEA editions!
GOALKEEPER: Shahar Ginanjar (Persija Jakarta)
Made many saves to only concede one goal at Arema FC's home stadium, showing that he's more than capable of bearing the heavy pressure he's faced as Andritany Ardhiyasa's replacement.
DEFENDER: Tananboon Kesarat (Bangkok Glass)
Strong on the ball and frequently helped launch attacks from the back line.
DEFENDER: Wildanysah (Borneo FC)
Scored a goal to put Borneo back into the lead after Mitra Kukar's equalizer. This was his second goal since arriving on loan from Persib in the mid-season transfer window.
DEFENDER: Doan Van Hau (Hanoi FC)
Showed why was voted the best young player of South East Asia in 2017 by coming on the second half against Oman and scoring an unbelievable goal to seal the victory and the title for Vietnam's Olympic side in the Vinaphone Cup.
CENTRAL MIDFIELDER: Lee Tuck (Terengganu)
Scored yet another world class goal through a free kick from distance, maintained his on-fire form as Terengganu defeated Kuala Lumpur 5-1.
CENTRAL MIDFIELDER: Anon Samakorn (Port FC)
Brave, energetic and technical gifted. Bossed the midfield on both defence and attack, had the confidence to take on players in a tough game at just 20 years old.
RIGHT WINGER: Anon Amornlerdsak (Bangkok Glass)
Was involved in all five goals by Bangkok Glass. Has the pace to beat opponents in open distance as well as the fine-tuned control to turn in tight spaces.
ATTACKING MIDFIELDER: Nguyen Cong Phuong (HAGL)
Recorded one goal and one assist in the win against Palestine, demonstrating amazing form that fans have not seen from him in the long time. After struggling under major expectations, Cong Phuong is making a comeback for both club and country.
LEFT WINGER: Faris Ramli (PKNS)
PKNS emerged big winners over PDRM, and Singaporean winger Faris Ramli was arguably their best player on the pitch. Scored one and cliched one assist in their 5-2 win.
STRIKER: Kipre Tchetche (Terengganu)
The Ivorian striker bagged a hat-trick to help the Turtles smash five goals past Kuala Lumpur.
STRIKER: Addison Alves (Persipura Jayapura)
A very good performance for Alves, who scored two goals and one assist. After a lack of playing time in Persija Jakarta, his form has returned with Persipura.
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