Thai League 2021-22: Matchday 14 Best XI

Goalkeeper – Thanachai Noorach (Nakhon Ratchasima FC): Chonburi came into their game against Nakhon Ratchasima on fine form, having won their last four consecutive games, but saw their run halted thanks to the Swatcats sturdy defence and excellent goalkeeper. Thanachai’s one-against-one save in the final minutes of added time stands out as particularly memorable.

Defender – Philip Roller (Port FC): Roller excelled both defensively and offensively against BG Pathum. He shut down the opponents’ left flank when called upon, and was once again a major threat going forward.

Defender – Everton (Bangkok United): The Angels captain put in a stellar defensive performance in his side’s victory over Muangthong United, and netted an all-important goal just before half-time to turn the flow of the game in his team’s favour.

Defender – Sarawut Inpaen (Chiangrai United): Sarwut scored the only goal of Chiangrai’s 1-0 win against neighbours Chiangmai United with a looping header from a corner kick.

Midfielder – Sansern Limwattana (Port FC): Sansern was a surprising inclusion in Port’s lineup against BG Pathum United, having only played in five prior matches. However, the 24-year-old was excellent at the base of midfield, helping move the ball around at pace. His performance was singled out for praise by head coach Sarawut Treephan in the post match press conference.

Midfielder – Wisarut Imura (Bangkok United): After Bangkok United were reduced to 10 men in the early stages, Wisarut was faced with even more important defensive responsibilities. However, he stepped up to the task and played a crucial role in his side’s 3-1 win over Muangthong.

Midfielder – Lossemy Karaboue (Suphanburi FC): The War Elephants ended a run of seven successive defeats on Saturday evening against Samut Prakan, and chief playmaker Lossemy Karaboue played a huge part. He capped off his performance by netting the side’s second goal.

Midfielder – Aung Thu (Buriram United): Despite only coming on for the second half, Aung Thu played a huge role in Buriram’s 4-0 victory over Khon Kaen United. He assisted Supachai Jaided with a slick through ball for the side’s second, before scoring the third and fourth himself.

Forward – Heberty (Bangkok United): The ex-Muangthong United star dismantled his former club with two excellent strikes, the first of which may be a contender for goal of the season.

Forward – Supachai Jaided (Buriram United): Buriram’s #9 helped himself to two goals against Khon Kaen United, taking his tally for the season to 7 goals from 14 appearances.

Forward – Derley (Ratchaburi FC): The Brazilian forward netted his first hat-trick in Thai football as Ratchaburi emerged 3-2 winners from their match against Nongbua.

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