Check out our picks for this week’s Southeast Asia Best XI of the Week:
Name: Michael Falkesgaard
Club: Bangkok United
Michael Falkesgaard helped Bangkok United to their first league clean sheet in eight games when the Angels beat traveling Chainat Hornbill FC 2-0. As always, the ball-playing goalkeeper was strong with his distributions but most importantly, he made some vital saves to secure the much-needed three points. The best of them all is probably when he pushed Chatmongkol Thongkiri's close-range half-volley away with one hand.
Name: Nitipong Selanon
Club: Port FC
Brave, tireless and resilient. These are the words one would use to describe Nitipong Selanon's performance in Port FC's first home victory over rivals SCG Muangthong United in 10 years. The right-back's energy up and down the flank was just too much for his counterpart, Bruno Gallo, to handle. Nitipong also dealt with one-on-one situations well late in the game to keep his side's clean sheet.
Name: Anderson Salles
Club: Bhayangkara FC
He scored an equalizing goal from a direct free-kick and helped The Guardian to stop Persija Jakarta from winning the Jakarta Derby.
Name: Herold Goulon
Club: Pahang FA
Herold has already found the net five times for Pahang, and he managed to add to that tally once again in their most recent Malaysia Cup match against Perak.
Name: Abduh Lestaluhu
Club: PS TIRA-Persikabo
Giving one assist to Parfait Essengue, Abduh also played a massive role to keep Laskar Padjajaran remain undefeated in 13 games.
Name: Hariss Harun
Club: Johor Darul Ta'zim
The Singaporean midfielder looked calm and in control of the midfield area for JDT. He didn't face many issues in their match against Petaling Jaya City FC and provided extra safety for the JDT defense.
Name: Nguyen Van Quyet
Club: Hanoi FC
Van Quyet has shown that he deserves to be the captain of the team with his fine form recently. He scored two goals and assisted another to help the defending champions beat Thanh Hoa 5-0.
Name: William Henrique
Club: Chiangrai United
William Henrique was involved with all of Chiangrai United's goal in the 3-0 away win over Samut Prakan City. The tricky attacker played a long pass that launch the first goal then netted the last two himself. He left the Sea Fang's defense in the dust before showing off a cheeky chipped finish for his last goal.
Name: Hoang Vu Samson
Club: Quang Nam
Samson scored a double for Quang Nam as they beat Ho Chi Minh City 2-0. Those two strikes now take his goal tally for the new team to five, and he scored 11 goals since the start of the season.
Name: Patrich Wanggai
Club: Kalteng Putra
The forward brace in a 4-2 win against Arema. Laskar Isen Mulang have been on top form as they have won both of their last two home games.
Name: Kipre Tchetche
Nationality: Ivory Coast
Club: Terengganu FC
He scored twice to beat help his side beat Kedah 2-0 in Malaysia cup, last week. Kipre was the star of the match as Kedah were left staring in disbelief at their own net.