Check out who made our picks for this week’s SEA Best XI:
Name: Wawan Hendrawan
Club: Bali United
Playing against Persib Bandung at the Si Jalak Harupat Stadium in Bandung, Bali United stole full points from the hosts thanks to their goalkeeper's performance. He made a lot of saves during the match and even caused a bit of controversy by delaying the game and collecting a yellow card for his troubles. His outstanding performance has even had fans on social media calling for him to earn his first national team call-up.
Name: Thanaset Sujarit
Club: Chonburi FC
Thanaset Sujarit was pretty cautious going forward in the first half of Chonburi FC's visit to PT Prachuap FC, but was far more adventurous in the last 45, producing 2 assists with his cross to earn the Sharks only their second away victory of the season.
Name: Amirul Hisham
Club: Kedah FA
Amirul Hisham played in defense for the FA Cup final due to a suspension for Renan Alves. He managed to cover Kedah defense together with Shakir and completely shut out Perak's strikers, allowing the side to lift the trophy with a 1-0 win.
Name: Nguyen Tan Dien
Club: Sanna Khanh Hoa
Not only did he play well in defense, but he also scored the only goal for Khanh Hoa as the team currently sitting bottom of the V.League earned a 1-1 against Than Quang Ninh
Name: Gavin Kwan Adsit
Club: Barito Putera
One versatile player who showed his talent this week in the American-Balinese who scored a brace into PSS Sleman's net and denied Super Elja a win in front of their own supporters. In that match, he played as a winger and successfully managed to fill the role of Barito's current top scorer, Rafa Silva, who was absent on the match.
Name: Luong Xuan Truong
Club: Hoang Anh Gia Lai
Scored two goals from two free-kicks in the match against Thanh Hoa to help Hoang Anh Gia Lai achieve a 3-2 win. He is the first Vietnamese player to score two goals from two free-kicks in a V.League match.
Name: Fadzrul Danel
Club: Kedah FA
Fadzrul made his FA Cup final debut in the first half of extra time. He was called on to be a game-changer in the hope of bringing cup glory for Kedah. He scored an important goal to bring a FA Cup back to Darul Aman.
Name: Ekanit Panya
Club: Chiangrai United
Ekanit Panya continued to fuel his wonderkid-hype with another stellar performance for Chiangrai United, this week against Chiangmai FC, the club where he spent a year and a half on loan. The 19-year-old attacking midfielder's excellent technique and urgency on the ball cause the opposition all sort of problem and it was Ekanit who opened the scoring in the 38th minute - slipping past two defenders and firing a powerful shot into the near post with his weaker left foot.
Name: Supachok Sarachat
Club: Buriram United
Electric attacker Supachok Sarachat bagged himself an assist and a goal as Buriram United fended off Samut Prakan City in the battle the league's top spot. The 21-year-old burst through with pace before playing a cut-back pass onto the path of his younger brother Suphanat Mueanta who met it with a fine strike to score the side's second goal. For their third, Supachok demonstrated a fine finish of his own - cutting inside from the left flank and curling a long shot into the far post.
Name: Nguyen Tien Linh
Club: Binh Duong
Tien Linh scored two goals after coming on in the second half help the team to win 2-0 over Hai Phong FC. This win ended Binh Duong's five-game winless run in the V.League.
Name: Alex dos Santos
Club: Persela Lamongan
Leading the golden boot race so far with 10 goals, Alex looks even better under the guidance of new coach Nil Maizar. A brace into Borneo FC's net last match looked like it would be enough to give Persela won in front of LA Mania at the Surajaya stadium, but unfortunately, the chaotic and controversial penalty meant that the game ended 2-2.