Goal Southeast Asia Player of the Week - Evan Dimas

Evan Dimas is Goal's Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner for his hat-trick against South Korea and the first to win the accolade twice
Southeast Asia Player of the Week
Evan Dimas
AGE 18
POSITION Midfielder
PLAYS FOR Indonesia U19

Goal Indonesia Chief Editor, Agung Harsya: "Yes, we came up with Evan Dimas again, as the captain showed his worth in a very important match against South Korea in AFC U19 Championship Qualifiers. He scored a hat-trick and settled Indonesia's place in the competition in Myanmad next year. After scoring a goal against Laos in the first match, Evan undoubtedly was the Indonesian key player. His leadership, passing, and assists helped Indonesia defeat Laos and Philippines before the South Korea game. He's destined to play in top level of Asian football.."

Congratulations to Evan Dimas, Goal's 6th Southeast Asia Player of the Week winner!

Honourable Mentions

Nguyen Cong Phuong - Vietnam U19

Goal Vietnam Chief Editor Erick Bui: "Nguyen Cong Phuong continued his good form as he scored a brace to help Vietnam U19 trounce Australia U19 5-1. In total, the youngster has found the back of the net seven times from three games at the AFC U19 Championship qualifiers."

Trong Hoang - Vietnam

Goal Vietnam Chief Editor Erick Bui: "Nguyen Trong Hoang was the cream of the crop as Vietnam won 2-1 against Qatar in the away friendly. The new signing of Becamex Binh Duong showed all of his quality with strength, speed and accuracy and clearly deserved his two goals. He will be the hope of Vietnam when his side travel to Uzbekistan for the AFC Asian Cup qualifier."

Isriya Marom - Thailand U19

Goal Thailand Deputy Editor Thana Wongmanee: "The SCG Muangthong United academy starlet scored three goals in the AFC U19 Championship qualifiers helping Thailand qualify. Isriya scored two goals against Singapore and led the War Elephants in trampling Brunei 7-0, scoring one goal. "

Mitchell Duke - Central Coast Mariners

Goal Australia Chief Editor Iain Strachan: "Started for the defending champions ahead of his more experienced team-mate Matt Simon in the grand final re-match against Western Sydney Wanderers in Gosford on Saturday and opened the scoring with an exquisite first-time finish from Marcos Flores' no-look reverse pass, although the hosts were unable to hold on to their lead and the game finished 1-1."