Thailand won the AFF Suzuki Cup for a record-extending sixth time on Saturday after a 2-2 draw against a spirited Indonesia secured a 6-2 aggregate victory and meant the Garuda's wait for that elusive first title continues. 

But while the 4-0 win in the first leg proved a one-sided affair, Indonesia produced a much improved performance at Singapore's National Stadium as they sought an unlikely comeback for the ages. 

Ultimately it was not to be but a number of their players stood out, as did several others on the Thai side. So, for the final time at AFF Suzuki Cup 2020, have a look through the nominees and tell us who you think was the Player of the Match. 

Ricky Kambuaya (Indonesia)

The man who gave Indonesia hope that a miracle could occur. Ricky Kambuaya, one of Indonesia's stand-out players during a hugely impressive campaign, netted with just seven minutes on the clock to have the Garuda supporters dreaming.

Not only did he lead by example with his goal, but his overall all-action performance, particularly in the first half, epitomised the never-say-die spirit of Shin Tae-yong's team and deservedly earned him the Man of the Match award.

Sarach Yooyen (Thailand)

Thailand's orchestrator in the midfield, Sarach Yooyen also scored the goal that effectively ended Indonesia's resistance when his strike was deflected past Garuda goalkeeper Nadeo Argawinata to put the War Elephants into the lead on the night, before Egy Maulana's late leveller.

Sarach is one of a number of Thailand players to now have three AFF Suzuki Cup titles after also winning the competition in 2014 and 2016, while his strike in the 2020 final was his first-ever goal in the competition. 

Theerathon Bunmathan (Thailand)

As he been throughout the tournament in nearly every match he has played, Theerathon outstripped all others in terms of his involvement in the match, with nearly double the number of touches of the ball and far more passes than his peers.

Theerathon's passes weren't of a meaningless nature either with a leading tally of passes in opponents' half, passes in the final third and crosses, while his runs were always of a penetrating and dangerous nature as he led all players in final third entries and penalty area entries.

Egy Maulana (Indonesia)

Starting only his first game of the 2020 AFF Suzuki Cup after arriving following the group stage, Egy Maulana was a lively presence from the off as Indonesia sought to claw back a four-goal deficit.

No Garuda player made more passes or passes in the final third than the Slovakia-based forward, who showed a killer instinct to fire home a lovely left-footed equaliser low into the bottom left corner to secure a 2-2 draw with 10 minutes remaining.