The excitement went up another level on Matchday Two of the 2020 AFF Suzuki Cup as a whopping 15 goals were scored across the four matches.

With six of the eight nations in action finding the back of the net it wasn’t easy to narrow things down to just five contenders.

Now it’s your turn to have a say in deciding which of these five strikes deserves to be the 2020 AFF Suzuki Cup Goal of the Round.

Make sure to vote below.

Faris Ramli (Singapore)

Two minutes after Singapore had taken the lead, Faris Ramli provided a classy finish on the end of a slick counter with what proved to be the decisive goal in the Lions' 2-1 win over the Philippines as the hosts made it two wins from two to move top of Group A.

Safawi Rasid (Malaysia)

On the evening when he grabbed a hat-trick, Harimau Malaya star Safawi Rasid's third summed up all his qualities: pace, power, close control and clinical finishing. The Johor Darul Ta'zim forward now has four goals from two games and leads the way in the scoring charts. 

Ramai Rumakiek (Indonesia)

Just nine minutes after his arrival as a half-time substitute, Ramai Rumakiek found himself on the scoresheet with a beautifully placed shot from a difficult angle. On an evening when the goals flowed at Bishan Stadium, the Persipura Jayapura teenager's was arguably the pick of the bunch. 

Shahrul Saad (Malaysia)

Safawi might have grabbed the headlines but his teammate Shahrul Saad also joined the scoring party in Malaysia's big win, powering up the pitch and showing a deft touch to slot past the 'keeper as the defender produced a finish any forward would have been proud of. 

Yue Safy (Cambodia)

Cambodia were a real threat from set pieces and defender Yue Safy made no mistake with this clinical header as he gave the Koupreys hope of a comeback with his first international goal.