Thailand stunned Indonesia in the first leg of the 2020 AFF Suzuki Cup final, scoring four goals without reply as the War Elephants moved within touching distance of a record-extending sixth regional title. 

Alexandre Polking's side ripped through the Garuda time and again and it will come as little surprise that the majority of our Player of the Match candidates for the first leg of the final come from Thailand after they delivered numerous standout displays. 

However, we also have an Indonesia entrant after an eye-catching performance at the back, so have a look through the nominees and tell us who you think had the best game. 

Supachok Sarachat (Thailand)

Buriram United star Supachok Sarachat delivered his finest display of the campaign to date and was at the heart of so much of Thailand's good play, teeing up Chanathip Songkrasin's second of the night after a swift Thai breakaway and then adding the third goal with a lovely strike from outside the area. 

Supachok's all-round display was superb as he provided a constant threat to the Indonesians. The 23-year-old made more passes in the opponents' half (43) than any other player on the pitch and posted a 92 percent accuracy from 52 passes. 

Chanathip Songkrasin (Thailand)

Cometh the hour, cometh the man as Thai captain Chanathip, like he did in the first leg of the semi-final against Vietnam, proved he was the man for the big occasion by delivering a performance that will ensure he is among the frontrunners for the MVP award. 

Chanathip opened the scoring inside two minutes with a clinical finish and then doubled the War Elephants' advantage seven minutes after the interval with a low strike into the bottom corner. While two more goals followed, it was the skipper's efforts that set the Thais well on their way to victory and, most likely, the title. 

Philip Roller (Thailand)

The decision to replace regular right-back Narubadin Weerawatnodom with Philip Roller raised a few questions ahead of the final but it was one that paid off almost instantaneously as the Munich-born Port FC star produced a moment of individual brilliance just outside the Indonesia penalty area before laying off to Chanathip for the opener. 

A constant threat down the right flank, 33 of his 46 passes came in the opponents' half, while he posted a passing accuracy of 83 percent. His five crosses from open play was more than twice the number any other player delivered, while he added a second assist by teeing up Supachok for the third.

Nadeo Argawinata (Indonesia)

After a 4-0 loss, a goalkeeper being named among the man of the match contenders may seem strange, but the scoreline could have been worse had it not been for Nadeo Argawinata's heroics in the first half as he kept Thailand at bay. 

The 24-year-old produced an excellent reflex save from Supachok in the first minute, although unbeknown to him the flag had been raised, before, at full stretch, he denied Teerasil Dangda as half-time approached with one of the saves of the tournament.