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Harris held back by teammates in lost to Thailand

00:48 GMT+3 26/11/2018
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Hariss Harun was Singapore's best performer after Lions lose to Thailand

Singapore were brushed aside by Thailand and once again and suffered a group stage exit in the AFF Suzuki Cup. The Lions failed to maintain their grip on the game as they were outclassed 3-0 by the War Elephants.

Hassan Sunny 6

Partially at fault for the first goal but came up with a string of brilliant saves. Scoreline could have been much worse for Singapore if not for Hassan.

Irfan Fandi 6

Put in a solid shift but unfortunately scored an own goal. Could have done better in dealing with the corner which led to Thailand’s opening goal as it was a classic case of poor marking.

Zulqarnaen Suzliman 4

The youngster had an absolute nightmare against the Thai attack. His failed clearance in the 23rd minute summed up his performance.

Safuwan Baharudin 6

Had a decent game but like his fellow centre-back, Safuwan suffered lapses of concentration at times and it proved to be costly for his team.

Zulfahmi Arifin 5

Impressed in the last game against Timor Leste with his set-piece delivery. Unfortunately for the Chonburi FC player his deliveries today were sub-par. Zulfahmi’s career has been defined as inconsistent and this tournament showed why.

Nazrul Nazari 5

You can’t fault Nazrul for his work rate but he seems to lack that extra bit of quality at times to be a game changer.

Hariss Harun 7

The captain put in an outstanding performance as he consistently helped out his defence and prevented the scoreline from being much worst. Hariss will feel aggrieved at Singapore’s exit as his teammates failed to step up to the mark.

Izzdin Shafiq 6

Had a physical presence in the midfield and tried his best to stop most of Thailand’s counter attacking plays. However the Thais proved to be too much to handle as they overran Singapore’s midfield.

Gabriel Quak 5

The winger failed to produce the kind of display against Indonesia. Didn’t have the best game as the Thais showed him how it is done.

Ikhsan Fandi 5

With Khairul Amri out, Ikhsan was tasked to lead the line however he was isolated upfront and did not make any notable impact. Struggled against a solid Thai backline.

Faris Ramli 5

Brought on to change the game but was unable to do so and his runs were easily dealt with by the Thai players.

Baihakki Khaizan 5

It’s obvious that Baihakki’s international career is coming to an end as he has been a bit-part player in this tournament. Defended well but unable to prevent the Thais from scoring their third goal.

Faritz Hameed 5

The full-back was introduced to add solidity which was what he did. But on the attacking front Faritz could have done better as his crosses into the War Elephants’ penalty box was poor.