VOTE: AFC Cup 2017: Asian Player of the Week

ShareClose Comments
With another round of continental games coming to an end in Asia, Goal picks out the three best performers for the fans to deliberate on...

This past week saw intense action in the AFC Cup 2017 with some of Asia's exalted clubs battling it out for continental glory in the second-tier competition. 

Among all the stellar performances that we saw, we have picked out three standout performers for the fans to deliberate upon and decide whose contribution was the best of the lot.

First candidate is Goal's Player of the Week, Tampines Rovers forward Khairul Amri. The Singapore forward scored two brilliant goals in a 24-minute cameo which saw Tampines Rovers win 3-1 away to Felda United. 

Our second candidate is Al Hidd midfielder Mohammad Al Daoud who came up with a brace that saw his team boost their chances of qualifying from Group B with a 2-0 defeat of Al Wahda. 

Our third candidate for the week's honours is Ceres Negros forward Fernando Rodriguez who scored two well-taken goals in his team's 6-2 demolition of Hanoi FC. 

So, you have all the details. Now get voting and help us determine who came up with the most impressive performance in Asia this week. (If you're unable to view the poll, click here

Next article:
Bristol City 2 Manchester City 3 (3-5 agg): Guardiola through to first English final
Next article:
O'Neill signs Ireland extension after missing out on World Cup
Next article:
CHAN 2018 Quarter finals: Zambia will play against Sudan
Next article:
East Bengal: Khalid Jamil abuses the media after facing fans' agitation
Next article:
England Women's boss Neville deletes Twitter account after backlash to sexist tweets