The 2020 AFF Suzuki Cup concluded with Thailand defeating Indonesia in Saturday's finale to lift the title for a record sixth time, while there were a total of 88 goals scored in the 26 matches. 

We've picked out 10 great strikes and ask you, the fans, to tell us which one you think should be named the Best Goal of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2020, so cast your vote in the poll below. 

Akhyar Rashid (Malaysia)

In the opening game of Malaysia's campaign against Cambodia, Akhyar Rasid gave a glimpse of his qualities, latching onto a neat through ball before cutting inside the defender and coolly slotting past the goalkeeper to put his side two up.

Martin Steuble (Philippines)

There was little sign of the procession of goals that was to follow when Martin Steuble grabbed the first in the Philippines' 7-0 win over Timor-Leste. The veteran defender doesn’t score too many and it’s unlikely that he’ll produce many more like this absolute thunderbolt from distance.

Teerasil Dangda (Thailand)

On an evening when Teerasil Dangda went joint top of the all-time AFF Suzuki Cup scoring charts he once again displayed all the qualities that have made him such a devastating finisher for the better part of a decade with this effort showcasing his technique, vision, control and deadly accuracy to open the scoring against Myanmar. 

Kydavone Souvanny (Laos)

It was Laos' only goal of the campaign, but what a strike it was. Kydavone Souvanny recieved the ball from Bounphachan Bounkong, took one touch to steady himself and then fired a goal to remember into the Indonesian net. 

Chan Vathanaka (Cambodia)

Cambodia's star man was on fire on Matchday Four, netting a brace against Laos in a 3-0 win. Vathanaka darted into the box, nudged the ball away from the goalkeeper and then remained composed to send a left-footed finish home to break the deadlock. 

Nguyen Tien Linh (Vietnam)

The holders doubled their advantage over Cambodia as the half hour approached 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! 

Pratama Arhan (Indonesia)

Having come back from one goal down to equalise against Malaysia and then go in front, the Garuda went 3-1 up in spectacular fashion. A corner from the left was taken and regathered by Irfan Jaya 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. 

Witan Sulaeman (Indonesia)

Indonesia opened the scoring in classy fashion in the semi-final first leg as Asnawi Mangkualam burst free down the right where he exchanged passes with Witan Sulaeman – not once, but twice – before the midfielder opened his body and slid past a diving Hassan Sunny to make it 1-0 as the half hour approached.

Chanathip Songkrasin (Thailand)

If there was a touch of good fortune about Thailand’s opener against Vietnam, the second was one of sheer class as some superb, one-touch, football saw Chanathip Songkrasin and Teerasil Dangda exchange passes before the diminutive star then worked a one-two with Sarach Yooyen and slid his shot past Nguyen Manh to make it 2-0 in the 23rd minute.

Shahdan Sulaiman (Singapore)

The second leg was tied at 1-1 but Singapore were down to nine men when the Lions sent the home fans into raptures as Shahdan Sulaiman curled in a superb free-kick from 25 yards that bended away from the outstretched goalkeeper Nadeo Argawinata and into the back of the net for one of the moments of the tournament.