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Hariss Harun is Goal's Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner for his man-of-the-match performance against Syria and the first Singaporean to win the accolade

Southeast Asia Player of the Week
Hariss Harun
 
AGE 22
POSITION Midfielder
PLAYS FOR Singapore

Goal Singapore Senior Editor, Teng Kiat: "The LionsXII midfielder put in a performance that has not been seen in a long time as he proved to be a colossus in the middle of the park against Syria in the Lions' memorable 2-1 win. Never stopped running and was at times a one-man show as he gave the Syrians no time and space throughout the entire game, setting the foundations for Bernd Stange's first competitive win as coach. Topped it off with a superb pass to send Gabriel Quak through for the killer second goal."
@TengKiat

Congratulations to Hariss Harun, Goal's 7th Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner!

Honourable Mentions

Azamudin Akil - Pahang FA

Goal Malaysia Deputy Editor Sadat Osman: "Two goals in four minutes. That achievement belongs to Azamuddin Akil who netted twice in Pahang's 3-1 win over Sarawak in the first leg of the 2013 Malaysia Cup semifinal in Kuching. The 28-year-old striker was involved in many attacking plays, Azamuddin would have scored at least two more times. His pace and trickery on the ball makes him a difficult man to mark and if his form continues, he could be vying for the tournament's Golden Boot."
@SadatSedap

I Made Wirawan - Indonesia

Goal Indonesia's Eric Noveanto: "In his third cap with the senior team, the experienced goalkeeper showed his quality in a 1-1 draw against China in the Asian Cup 2015 Qualifiers. He led the team to secure their first draw of the last nine meetings with China. Despite conceding a goal from Wu Xi, overall the Persib Bandung shot-stopper performed brilliantly and made a number crucial saves during the game."
@HiroEric

Sumanya Purisay - Chainat FC

Goal Thailand Deputy Editor Thana Wongmanee: "Saturday evening at Khaoplong Stadium, the ex-Buriram United playmaker stole the show. Facing the powerhouse Suphanburi FC, Sumanya and co. took the game to the visitors with Sumanya grabbed his first hat-trick of the season."

Hassan Sunny - Singapore

Goal Singapore Chief Editor Bhas Kunju: "Injuries and strong competition had held Hassan from establishing himself as Singapore's first choice custodian. But under Stange the Warriors goalkeeper has slowly made his mark and he repaid the German's faith with a solid performance against Syria, pulling off a number of saves to hold off the WAFA Champions and help Singapore to a memorable 2-1 win."
@BhasKunju

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