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Malaysia

 By Jason Dasey

Five fantastic matches to savour at 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup

Malaysia beat Vietnam 4-2 in Hanoi on Thursday to book their place in the final of the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup against Thailand.
A youthful Thailand side -- average age of 24 -- played passing football to win the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup.

The 10th edition of the ASEAN Football Championship (AFF) more than lived up to expectations. It produced 65 goals in 18 matches during a month that enthralled Southeast Asian fans.

As Thailand celebrate their record-equalling fourth title after defeating Malaysia 4-3 on aggregate in the two-legged final, here are ESPN FC's picks as the top five matches of the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup.

Striker Phil Younghusband scored Philippines' first goal in their 4-0 victory against Indonesia in a Group A match.

5. Philippines 4, Indonesia 0; Hanoi, Nov. 25

At the 2002 AFF Championship, the Philippines leaked 13 goals against...

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Suzuki Cup winners Thailand get red carpet reception in Bangkok

AFF Suzuki cup winners Thailand were given a rousing reception upon arrival in Bangkok.

AFF Suzuki Cup champions Thailand were given a red carpet reception when they returned home to Bangkok following their record-equalling fourth ASEAN title win after Saturday's final against Malaysia at Kuala Lumpur's Bukit Jalil National Stadium.

Kiatisuk Senamuang's side ended a 12-year title drought as they prevailed 4-3 on aggregate against Malaysia in the two-legged final, home and away.

Malaysia could not overturn the two goal deficit from the first leg against Thailand, as a late goal from Chanathip Songkrasin would seal AFF Cup glory for his country.

The War Elephants were accorded a victory parade in an open-top bus which meandered its way from Don Muang...

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Dollah: Thailand's superior Suzuki Cup fitness was the difference

Malaysia could not overturn the two goal deficit from the first leg against Thailand, as a late goal from Chanathip Songkrasin would seal AFF Cup glory for his country.

Malaysia coach Dollah Salleh believes the superior fitness of Thailand proved to be the difference between the two sides in the two-legged AFF Suzuki Cup final between the nations.

Thailand won 4-3 on aggregate over both legs. The youthful War Elephants scored both their goals in the last 20 minutes of the first leg in Bangkok on Dec. 17. Kiatisuk Senamuang's men repeated their late scoring act during Saturday's second leg in Kuala Lumpur to derail Malaysia's hopes of winning their second ASEAN title...

 By Kelvin Leong

Chanathip dreams of WC; Chappuis keeps promise for Thailand

Malaysia could not overturn the two goal deficit from the first leg against Thailand, as a late goal from Chanathip Songkrasin would seal AFF Cup glory for his country.

Charyl Chappuis was elated to have delivered on his promise to Thailand while Chanathip Songkrasin now dreams of playing in the FIFA World Cup.

Having helped Thailand win their first AFF title in a dozen years, two of Thailand's young heroes reflected on the 4-3 aggregate victory over Malaysia in the Suzuki Cup final, despite losing the second leg 3-2 in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday night.

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The Malaysians raced to a 3-0 lead at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil -- 3-2 on aggregate -- only to be undone...