Goal Southeast Asia Player of the Week - Teerasil Dangda

Teerasil Dangda is Goal's Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner for his hat-trick in the Thai Premier League
Southeast Asia Player of the Week
Teerasil Dangda
AGE 25
PLAYS FOR Muangthong United

Goal Thailand Deputy Editor, Thana Wongmanee: "Thailand's number one striker is back to his top form as he sealed his first hat-trick of the season, leading the Kilin to beat Osotspa M-150 Saraburi 3-1 and keep the club in the title race as they trail Buriram United. His lethal form will surely hand a positive effect to the national team as they face Iran in the Qualifying Round of the Asian Cup October 15."

Congratulations to Teerasil Dangda, Goal's 5th Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner!

Honourable Mentions

Nguyen Cong Phuong - Vietnam U19

Goal Vietnam Chief Editor Erick Bui: "Cong Phuong had an excellent week as he scored five goals in last two AFC U19 Championship qualifiers, including a hat-trick against Taiwan U19. His phenomenal form helped Vietnam U19 record two convincing victories, 6-1 and 5-1 against Taiwan and Hong Kong respectively."

Masrezwan Masturi - Home United

Goal Singapore Senior Editor Teng Kiat: "Having started the game at right-back before being shifted upfront, the former Singapore international continued his good scoring form with a superb winner for the Protectors in the first leg of their semi-final clash against Balestier Khalsa. Having hit a long-range stunner in his previous game against Woodlands Wellington, Masrezwan topped that with a brilliant mid-air volley from an Ismail Yunos cross that left the goalkeeper with no chance. It was the only goal in their 1-0 win."

Norfarhan Muhammad - Kelantan

Goal Malaysia Deputy Editor Sadat Osman: "Norfarhan was one of Kelantan's key players that helped turn around a two-goal deficit suffered in the first leg of the 2013 Malaysia Cup final into an 8-5 aggregate victory at the end of 180 minutes of football. The 28-year-old was not only dangerous on the flanks as he nullified the Johor Darul Takzim defence, he netted twice and provided for two in the Red Warriors' 6-1 thumping of the Southern Tigers in Kota Bharu."

Tim Cahill - New York Red Bulls

Goal Australia Chief Editor Iain Strachan: "Tim Cahill was up to his usual heroics this week, netting the equaliser with a header in the 97th minute of New York Red Bulls' 2-2 draw at home to New England Revolution, booking a place in the MLS play-offs. He spared the blushes of his international team-mate David Carney, who had given the ball away five minutes earlier, allowing the visitors to take a 2-1 lead at Red Bull Arena. "