Thai League 2021-22: Matchday 15 Best XI

Goalkeeper – Yotsaporn Teangdar (Khon Kaen United): The King Cobras reserve keeper was the hero on Saturday, saving a penalty from Samut Prakan City’s Eliandro, helping his side end the first leg with an immensely valuable win.

Defender – Nattapon Malapun (Suphanburi FC): The 27-year-old was a commanding presence in the back line as Suphanburi held firm and kept a clean sheet against league leaders Bangkok United in a shock 2-0 victory.

Defender – Isaac Honey (Police Tero FC): The Fire Dragons’ captain popped up with a decisive contribution in stoppage time of their match against Chiangmai United, prodding the ball home at the back post from a corner kick.

Defender – Kevin Deeromram (Port FC): Kevin’s return from injury has been a major boost for Port, and the 24-year-old put in another excellent performance in Nongbua. He showed his prowess up and down the flank, making 10 recoveries defensively while attempting seven crosses. He also assisted Suarez for the game’s only goal from a corner kick.

Defender – Chatmongkol Rueangthanarot (Chonburi FC): The 19-year-old left-back put in another impressive performance for the Sharks, with major contributions both offensively and defensively. He topped the match charts not only in terms of tackles and recoveries, but chances created as well, setting up four opportunities for his teammates.

Midfielder – Prasit Jantum (Prachuap FC): Playing in the centre of midfield, Prasit had more touches and completed more passes than any other on the pitch as the Killer Wasps measured up well to defending champions BG Pathum United, playing out a scoreless draw.

Midfielder – Kritsada Kaman (Chonburi FC): The Chonburi star celebrated his national team call-up for the AFF Cup with an excellent performance, as he held down the fort defensively from the base of midfield and registered assists for two of his side’s three goals.

Midfielder – Picha Autra (Muangthong United): Also set to travel to Singapore for the AFF Cup, Picha had another dominant display in the middle of the park for Muangthong. The 25-year-old played a key pass for the first goal and directly assisted the second, as well as making 13 recoveries, the highest of any player over the weekend.

Forward – Willian Popp (Muangthong United): The Brazilian forward scored another two goals over the weekend as the Kirin beat Nakhon Ratchasima 4-1. The brace takes his overall tally to 10, making him the league’s tied highest scorer with Hamilton Soares.

Forward – Yoo Byung-Soo (Chonburi FC): The hard-working Korean forward added two goals to his tally over the weekend in Chonburi’s impressive 3-0 win over Ratchaburi.

Forward – Danilo Almeida (Suphanburi FC): Danilo was the hero for Suphanburi once again, scoring both the goals in his side’s stunning 2-0 win over league leaders Bangkok United.

gianchansrichawla

Thai League fan and writer. Editor at Football Tribe Asia. University student.

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