Check out Football Tribe’s Best XI from the final round of the 2018 AFF Cup Group Stage:
Name: Andritany Ardhiyasa
Andritany blocked all Philippines' shots on the Garuda's net, producing a string of fine saves. He established himself as the number one keeper of Indonesia right now.
Name: Tran Dinh Trong
Dinh Trong played really well in the match against Camobodia. He blocked any move from their strikers, and even had a chance to score in the 2nd half with a long range shot.
Name: Pansa Hemviboon
Pansa Hemviboon combines with fellow Buriram United man Korrakot Wiriyaudomsiri to add his second set-piece goal of the tournament. His 12th-minute opener killed Singapore attacking rhythm, setting Thailand up for a comfortable game. Oh, and he was excellent in defence too.
Name: Que Ngoc Hai
He combined well with Dinh Trong and Duy Manh. The captain helped the team keep clean sheet for the 4th match in a row.
Name: Evan Dimas
The young general of Indonesia's midfield looked confident, as he was tasked with silencing Manny Ott and Stephan Schroeck. However, he wasn't quite able to make promising passes to Lilipaly or Beto.
Name: John-Patrick Strauss
The ex-Red Bull Leipzig academy midfielder has become Eriksson's first choice and is yet to be replaced throughout the tournament. He had a good battle with Lilipaly and Zulfiandi in the most recent match.
Name: Sanrawat Dechmitr
Hands down Thailand's best player of the tournament so far. Sanrawat never looked shy on the ball, topping off another great performance with a majestic assist for Adisak Kraisorn.
Name: Nurul Sriyankem
The Singaporean defence just can't handle Nurul's pace and directness as seen by the countless challenge they were throwing at him. The Port FC man was shifted from left to right wing, his preferred position, and looked as though he will be keeping this spot for the next game.
Name: Mohamadou Sumareh
He had had a positive impact in pushing Malaysia's attack forward. He should have scored his first goal of the tournament, but was denied by the crossbar and Myanmar's goalkeeper
Name: Zaquan Adha
He scored two goals for Malaysia and showed the depth of his understanding and chemistry with is teammates. Zaquan Adha was close to netting a hat-trick, but fortune did not favor him.
Name: Phan Van Duc
He is a versatile player who was used as a striker in the match against Cambodia, where he played really well. He had four shots on target and scored one goal before leaving with slight injury in the 2nd half.