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The Vietnames forward opened his account for his Japanese side over the weekend

Goal Southeast Asia Player of the Week

The Vietnames forward opened his account for his Japanese side over the weekend

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Vietnam's Le Cong Vinh is Goal's first ever Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner for his brace in the Emperor's Cup

Southeast Asia Player of the Week
Le Cong Vinh
 
AGE 27
POSITION Striker
PLAYS FOR Consadole Sapporo

Vietnam's all-time highest goalscorer, is Goal's first ever Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner after his brace against Hokkaido University in the Emperor's Cup on Saturday. The 27-year-old striker, who is on loan from SLNA at the J-League 2 side, equalised from the penalty spot in the 14th minute after the visitors had taken a 10th minute lead. He then handed his team the lead just under 10 minutes into the second-half. The forward not only managed to score his first goals in Japan but was also a constant threat in attack throughout the game.

Congratulations to Le Cong Vinh, Goal's 1st ever Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner!

Honourable Mentions

Kyi Lin - Myanmar U23

Goal Thailand Deputy Editor Thana Wongmanee: "The attacking midfielder who turned 21 just five days ago set the Merdeka Cup match between Myanmar and Thai All Star alight. Kyi Lin provided the crucial assist for Zayar Win's equaliser, bursting into the penalty box to find his captain with a killer ball. If he improves, Yangon United might be too small for him."

Irfan Fazail - Malaysia U23

Goal Malaysia Deputy Editor Sadat Osman: "The Young Tigers' captain led by example against Singapore U23. Despite the horrible pitch conditions, 22-year-old Irfan bossed the midfield, dictating the game well. There was never a stray pass from this young lad who will surely be a contender for MVP of the Merdeka Tournament."
@SadatSedap

Boaz Solossa - Persipura Jayapura

Goal Indonesia's Eric Noveanto: "The Black Pearls' prolific striker bagged two goals in front of thousands of spectators in Persepam Madura at the Gelora Bangkalan Stadium. The two goals brought him closer to clinching the Indonesian Super League 2013 top scorer prize. "

@HiroEric

Adul Lahso - Chonburi FC

Goal Thailand Deputy Editor Thana Wongmanee: "The Sharks' hardman had a very difficult mission against Muangthong United in the 'Thai Classico' . Adul has been the keyman in Chonburi's recent resurgence and also scored the equaliser to grab a point at the SCG Stadium, keeping the Sharks in the title race."

@ThanaGOAL

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