Thai League 2021-22: Matchday 11 Best XI

Goalkeeper – Kampon Pathom-attakul (Ratchaburi FC): The Dragons’ keeper protected his clean sheet and helped his side end a run of three straight defeats as they beat Prachuap 2-0.

Defender – Renato Kelic (Chonburi FC): Chonburi’s towering central defender opened the scoring from a corner early in the game, and helped the side remain resolute defensively to hold on to their 2-1 win over Samut Prakan City.

Defender – Chatchai Saengdao (Muangthong United): Forced into a leadership role in Lucas Rocha’s absence, Chatchai helped Muangthong keep things relatively tight at the back and advanced play with sweeping passes from defence.

Defender – Irfan Fandi (BG Pathum United): Irfan put in an excellent performance in his side’s most important game of the season so far, helping BG weather the storm and emerge victorious from their match against Buriram United.

Midfielder – Dennis Villanueva (Nakhon Ratchasima): The Filipino midfielder was a crucial presence in midfield for the Swatcats, assisting striker Kwame Karikari for the side’s second goal, before scoring the third from a corner kick.

Midfielder – Sardor Mirzaev (Muangthong United): Once again called to action after his side went behind early in their match against Suphanburi, Mirzaev celebrated his contract extension with the club by equalising from a deflected free kick, before heading in Picha Autra’s cross for the winner.

Winger – Vander Luiz (Bangkok United): Vander was similarly celebrating a contract extension with his current club over the weekend, and showed his quality once again by slinking past the Chiangrai defence to net another fantastic goal.

Winger – Jakkit Palapon (Khon Kaen United): The Thai U23 star seems to have brought his international form back with him from his recent trip to Mongolia, showing his turn of pace to get on the end of Parndecha Ngernprasert’s through ball and rescue a valuable point for his side.

Forward – Heberty Fernandes (Bangkok United): The 33-year-old forward netted two goals from free kicks in Bangkok United’s 4-0 demolition of Chiangrai United.

Forward – Hamilton Soares (Nongbua Pitchaya): The Brazilian target-man was Nongbua’s saviour once again on Saturday evening, netting from the penalty spot to give his side a 2-1 lead over Chiangmai United, before sealing the win with a tidy finish in stoppage time.

Forward – Kwame Karikari (Nakhon Ratchasima): The Ghanian forward was arguably Korat’s standout performer in their 3-1 victory over Port on Sunday night, hitting a brace to take his tally to five goals this season.

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