The AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 has seen some fantastic performances during the group stage and, as the competition takes a short break before the semi-finals, we're asking you, the fans, to tell us who has been the best of the lot. 

Starting with the last line of defence, where there have been a number of standout displays between the sticks, we shine the spotlight of five goakeepers who have caught the eye in the opening four matches. 

Cast your eyes over our selection and tell us who impressed you most by voting below. 

Dang Van Lam (Vietnam)

Vietnam's Dang Van Lam is the only goalkeeper in the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 who has yet to be beaten after keeping a hugely impressive four clean sheets in four games. 

His best performance, unquestionably, came in the Golden Star Warriors' 3-0 win over Malaysia when his side played for an hour with 10 men and Van Lam made a number of superb saves to keep the Harimau Malaya out as Vietnam picked up a crucial three points.

Nadeo Argawinata (Indonesia)

After impressing in the 2020 AFF Championship when Indonesia reached the final, Nadeo Argiwinata has again produced assured performances as the last line of defence to help the Garuda reach the semi-finals for the 10th time.

Perhaps his standout moment came when he rushed off his line to deny Ekanit Panya an equaliser in the the draw against Thailand, when he was only eventually beaten by an unfortunate deflection. He limped off in the win over the Philippines, and Indonesian fans will be desperate for him to return in time for the semi-finals. 

Keo Soksela (Cambodia)

While they ultimately failed to reach the final four for the first time, there's little doubt Cambodia have been one of the stories of the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022, winning two matches for the first time and running both Indonesia and Thailand close.

Keo Soksela put in a man-of-the-match display at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium against Indonesia making six saves for his best performance in a campaign which will go down as Cambodia's best-ever in the competition. 

Hassan Sunny (Singapore)

Veteran custodian Hassan Sunny missed Singapore's 3-2 opening-day win over Myanmar but returned to keep back-to-back clean sheets against Laos and Vietnam to ensure his country went into their last group match against Malaysia with qualification in their hands. 

The 38-year-old, who won the competition in 2004 and 2007, made four saves and claimed three crosses in an excellent performance against Vietnam although a heavy defeat in Malaysia ended Hassan's hopes of a return to the semi-finals.  

Syihan Hazmi (Malaysia)

Malaysian goalkeeper Syihan Hazmi's best moment came in the Harimau Malaya's opening game against Myanmar when he got down low to his left to save a stoppage-time penalty and ensure his side left Yangon with all three points. 

He went on to keep another clean sheet against Laos and put in a solid display in Malaysia's 4-1 win over Singapore that selead their place in semi-finals and now, less than 12 months after making his debut, the 'keeper is preparing for a crunch knockout round tie with Thailand.