There was plenty of action on Matchday Five of the AFF Suzuki Cup as Indonesia and Vietnam confirmed their places in the semi-finals, while Thailand secured top spot in Group A after a 2-0 win over runners-up Singapore. 

As well as some memorable scenes of celebration on the pitch, we were treated to some outstanding goals in the latest round of fixtures. 

Now it’s over to you, the fans, to determine who will walk away with the honour of having scored the 2020 AFF Suzuki Cup Goal of the Round for Matchday Five.

Make sure to vote in the poll below.

Supachai Chaided (Thailand)

A much-changed Thailand team showed against Singapore there is plenty of strength in depth in the War Elephants herd.

Taking the striker role from Teerasil Dangda, Supachai Chaided doubled the Thai lead on the stroke of half-time as he was played through by an intelligent ball from Worachit Kanitsribampen and finished calmly past Hassan Sunny.

Bienvenido Marañón (Philippines)

In a dominant five-minute spell in the first half against Myanmar, the Azkals doubled their tally on 19 minutes when Bienvenido Marañón made the difficult look easy with an exquisite first-time volley giving goalkeeper Myo Min Latt no chance.

Kogileswaran Raj (Malaysia)

Indonesia against Malaysia started at a brilliant tempo, one that was reflected by the quality of the goal that saw Malaysia take the lead.

A quick throw-in was poorly dealt with by the Indonesian defence with the ball falling to Kogileswaran who smashed home an absolute screamer from distance that beat a diving Nadeo Argawinata.

Pratama Arhan (Indonesia)

Having come back from one goal down to equalise against Malaysia and then go in front via Irfan Jaya's brace, the Garuda went 3-1 up in spectacular fashion.

A corner from the left was taken and regathered by Irfan with his pass teeing up the impressive Pratama Arhan who lasered home a shot from a tight angle just outside the top of the box to make it 3-1.

Nguyen Tien Linh (Vietnam)

The holders doubled their advantage over Cambodia in the 27th minute when Nguyen Hoang Duc played into the path of Nguyen Tien Linh, who took one touch and rifled the ball home with a stunning effort from 25 yards.

The ball flew so fast, even the cameras could barely catch it – let alone the Cambodian keeper!