After a month of thrilling action, the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 has drawn to a close with Thailand crowned the kings of Southeast Asia after overcoming Vietnam 3-2 on aggregate in the final. 

We now look back on the competition and ask you, the fans, to pick your All-Star XI by voting for who you think was the best performer in each position. Starting with the all-important last line of defence, we've selected five goalkeepers who stood out the most. 

Please review our nominees and then tell us who you think deserves to be named in the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 All-Star XI by clicking on the link at the bottom of the article.

Dang Van Lam (Vietnam)

Dang Van Lam kept an incredible six clean sheets -- four more than anyone else and a single tournament record -- and did not concede a single goal as Vietnam made it to their fourth AFF Championship final. After being unbeatable throughout the group stage, the Binh Dinh goalkeeper's best display in the tournament came in the semi-final first leg where he made a string of saves against Indonesia to keep his team in the tie. Van Lam also produced 16 saves in eight games as Vietnam took the runners-up medal for a second time.

Nadeo Argawinata (Indonesia)

Nadeo Argiwinata once again proved to be a very safe pair of hands as Indonesia reached the semi-finals of the AFF Championship for the 10th time. The 25-year-old only let in a paltry three goals in the Garuda's games in Group A -- which included a 1-1 draw against eventual champions Thailand against whom he was at the top of his game. After his goalkeeping heroics against Singapore in the semi-final of the 2020 edition, the Bali United custodian once again kept a clean sheet in the semi-final first leg against Vietnam this time, but it was not to be for Indonesia as they crashed out in the second leg. 

Keo Soksela (Cambodia)

Cambodia had a decent outing in the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 as their semi-final chances were still alive going into their final game in a group that also featured record champions Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines. And one player who stood out for the Angkor Warriors was their goalkeeper Keo Soksela. Only Brunei Darussalam's Haimie Nyaring produced more saves in the 2022 edition than the 25-year-old Cambodian shot-stopper who made 18 saves in four matches, to go with 11 clearances. 

Syihan Hazmi (Malaysia)

Tied with Keo Soksela on 18 saves during the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 is Malaysia shot-stopper Syihan Hazmi. Guarding the goal for a new-look Malaysia side, the 26-year-old also kept two clean sheets during the tournament, including in the 1-0 win over eventual champions Thailand in the semi-final first leg. Syihan still only has nine international caps to his name, but his exploits for the Harimau Malaya at the tournament has now earned him a big move to Malaysian giants Johor Darul Ta'zim from Negeri Sembilan. 

Hassan Sunny (Singapore)

At 38 years of age, Hassan Sunny's performances at the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 underlined he still remains one of the best in business in Southeast Asia. Hassan only played three games for Singapore in the tournament, but managed to keep two clean sheets -- against Laos and finalists Vietnam -- as Takayuki Nishigaya's side exited in the group stage. Hassan, who has signed for Albirex Niigata (S) for the 2023 season, also produced 11 saves in three appearances for the Lions.  

To vote for which goalkeeper you feel should be named in the All-Star XI of the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022, click here: All-Star XI Goalkeeper of the Tournament.