After two hard-fought semi-finals over the past week, Thailand's recent AFF Suzuki Cup dominance has been brought to an end as they were ousted by 2010 champions Malaysia, while 2008 winners Vietnam proved too good for the Philippines. 

There were a number of standout performers in the last-four fixtures and we've compiled a list of four to face off for the Player of the Round. Once you've read our nominees, don't forget to cast your vote at the bottom of the article. 

Mohamadou Sumareh (Malaysia)

The Gambia-born forward only made his debut for the Harimau Malaya earlier in the year, but he has fitted seamlessly into a side that is undoubtedly on the up as they aim for their second AFF Suzuki Cup title. 

Sumareh enjoyed an excellent first leg against Thailand and was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet, before going on to again terrorise the War Elephants' defence in Bangkok as Malaysia sealed a famous victory. 

Nguyen Quang Hai (Vietnam)

The heartbeat of a Vietnamese side that were many people's favourites before the tournament began, Quang Hai's composure on the ball and eye for a pass were again evident in the games against the Philippines. 

The midfielder was arguably the standout player in the second leg, attempting an audacious acrobatic effort in the first half and then opening the scoring from a few yards out in the final 10 minutes. 

Norshahrul Idlan (Malaysia)

The veteran striker held the line well in what is becoming an increasingly good tournament for the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup's second highest scorer, who almost grabbed a late winner in the first leg. 

Norshahrul played his part in a wonderful team move that led to Malaysia's opener in Bangkok, while it was his decisive strike to make in 2-2 at Rajamangala Stadium that ultimately saw Malaysia progress.

Doan Van Hau (Vietnam)

A constant threat down the left flank during both legs against the Philippines, Van Hau's precise long ball teed up Nguyen Anh Duc for the opening goal in Bacolod City, but he was arguably even better in the return meeting. 

Twice in the space of a few first-half minutes he created havoc, with a delightful outside-of-the-foot cross for Quang Hai and another low ball across the penalty area unlucky not to be added to his assist tally for the tournament.