Goal Southeast Asia Player of the Week - Cristian Gonzales

The veteran forward has been in hot form for Arema Cronus in the Indonesian Super League and is already in contention to return to the national team
Southeast Asia Player of the Week
Cristian Gonzales
AGE 37
PLAYS FOR Arema Cronus

Goal Indonesia Chief Editor Agung Harsya: "In his first three ISL games, Gonzales has already bagged four goals. At 37 years of age he has aged like fine wine. Playing deeper this season, he has shown good vision when not scoring, passing the ball with deadly accuracy. He has been in such hot form that national team coach Alfred Riedl is considering putting his name back in the Indonesian national team."

Congratulations to Cristian Gonzales, Goal's 10th Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner!

Honourable Mentions

Pipob Onmo - Chonburi FC

Goal Thailand Deputy Editor Thana Wongmanee: "Marquee captain for the Sharks, headed the openning goal in the AFC Champions League qualifier, even though he was the shortest player on the pitch. His skill, calmness and maturity cause dmore trouble than South China's back line could handle."

Azidan Sarudin - Pahang FA

Goal Malaysia Chief Editor Falah Abdullah: "Displayed a vast array of passing ability against the star-studded Johor Darul Takzim and rose to the occasion at the death with the assist for the winning goal through a delightful free kick."

Craig Goodwin - Newcastle Jets

Goal Australia Chief Editor Iain Strachan: "Netted a brilliant brace and proved to be a threat throughout the game as his Newcastle Jets went down 3-2 at home to Wellington Phoenix in a thrilling contest at Hunter Stadium. Unfortunate to be on the losing side following his dynamic contribution."

Nguyen Xuan Ngoc - Than Quang Ninh

Goal Vietnam Chief Editor Erick Bui: "Xuan Ngoc was a super-sub as he scored twice after getting in from the bench in the 68th minute. His goals made the breakthrough and helped Than Quang Ninh secure a 3-0 win eventually."