thumbnail Hello,

The Philippines international earns the accolade for the second time after his showing at the AFC Challenge Cup in Maldives

Southeast Asia Player of the Week
Patrick Reichelt
AGE 25
POSITION Midfielder
PLAYS FOR Philippines

Goal Indonesia's Eric Noveanto: "The German-born midfielder has played an important role in the AFC Challenge Cup 2014 campaign with Philippines, where they have reached the final. The former Singhtarua player was consistently involved in all three matches in the group stage, scoring two important goals against Laos and Tukrmenistan. His impressive performance under Thomas Dooley's guidance in this tournament successfully led the the Azkals through to the semi-final, where they edged hosts Maldives 3-2 in extra time. Reichelt played an important part, firing a cross-shot that was turned in by Chris Greatwich for the winner, after the game ended 2-2 in regulation time."

Congratulations to Patrick Reichelt, Goal's 23rd Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner!


Honourable Mentions

Kim Kurniawan - Pelita Bandung Raya

Goal Indonesia's Agung Harsya: "When playing against favorite Persib Bandung, the diminutive midfielder became an unbreakable chain for his team. He was the first person to break the opponent's gameplay and played more forward to support the attacking line. Kim even scored a beautiful goal to gibe Pelita the lead although they had to settle for a point. Several days later, Kim again played well when Pelita trounced Gresik United 4-1. Now they're unbeaten in four games."

Ashaari Shamsuddin - Terengganu

Goal Malaysia Chief Editor Falah Abdullah: "Terengganu's loyal forward Ashaari was at his best against high-flying Pahang in Darul Makmur last weekend. His skills and vision on the ball were prominent for all to see in the big 4-1 away win as he grabbed two assists and one goal. Almost every single one of Terengganu's attacks went through his creativity which proved too much for former QPR defender Damion Stewart to deal with. Impressive performance by the 28-year-old. "
 

Fazrul Nawaz - Home United

Goal Singapore Deputy Editor Teo Teng Kiat: "The Singapore international bagged a brace to help his team overcome Geylang International in a 4-1 victory, after they fell behind early on. Six minutes after Kwon Da-kyung's equaliser, Fazrul gave Home the lead when he spun around from the edge of the box to fire in a fine finish. The striker then rounded off the victory by reacting quickest to tuck home the rebound after Izzdin Shafiq's shot was parried. That brought his tally to six in 10 games for the season, leaving him as the top local-born goalscorer in the S.League."

 

Related

From the web