2016 AFF Championship knockout stage

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The knockout stage was the second and final stage of the 2016 AFF Championship, following the group stage. It was played from 3 to 17 December with the top two teams from each group (two in total) advanced to the knockout stage to compete in a single-elimination tournament. Each tie was played on a home-and-away two-legged basis. The away goals rule, extra time (away goals do not apply in extra time) and penalty shoot-out were used to decide the winner if necessary.

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Thailand won 3–2 on aggregate against Indonesia in the final to win their fifth title.

Qualified teams

The top two placed teams from each of the two groups advanced to the knockout stage. In Group A, Thailand secured the group's top spot with 9 points after defeating hosts Philippines 1–0 in their last match while Indonesia became the group's runners-up with 4 points after beating Singapore 2–1. [1] [2] Meanwhile, in Group B, Vietnam secured the top spot with 9 points after defeating Cambodia 2–1 in their last match while hosts Myanmar became the group's runners-up with 6 points after defeating Malaysia 1–0. [3] [4]

GroupWinnersRunners-up
A Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
B Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar

Schedule

The schedule of each round was as follows.

RoundFirst legSecond leg
Semi-finals3–4 December 20167–8 December 2016
Final14 December 201617 December 2016

Bracket

Semi-finals Finals
          
A2 Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia (a.e.t.) 2 2 4
B1 Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 1 2 3
A2 Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia 2 0 2
A1 Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 1 2 3
B2 Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar 0 0 0
A1 Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 2 4 6

Scores after extra time are indicated by (a.e.t.), and penalty shoot-out are indicated by (pen.).

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 21st leg2nd leg
Indonesia  Flag of Indonesia.svg4–3Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 2–1 2–2
Myanmar  Flag of Myanmar.svg0–6Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 0–2 0–4

First leg

Indonesia vs Vietnam

Indonesia  Flag of Indonesia.svg2–1Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Hansamu Soccerball shade.svg7'
Boaz Soccerball shade.svg50' (pen.)
Report Nguyễn Văn Quyết Soccerball shade.svg17' (pen.)
Attendance: 30,000
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Indonesia
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Vietnam
GK1 Kurnia Meiga
CB2 Beny Wahyudi Yellow card.svg 16'
CB23 Hansamu Yama
CB3 Abduh Lestaluhu
RM21 Andik Vermansyah Sub off.svg 90'
CM25 Manahati Lestusen
CM19 Bayu Pradana
LM14 Rizky Pora
RF8 Stefano Lilipaly
CF9 Ferdinand Sinaga Sub off.svg 64'
LF7 Boaz Solossa (c)Sub off.svg 81'
Substitutions:
FW12 Lerby Eliandry Sub on.svg 64'
MF6 Evan Dimas Sub on.svg 81'
FW10 Zulham Zamrun Sub on.svg 90'
Manager:
Flag of Austria.svg Alfred Riedl
IDN-VIE AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 (1st Leg Semi Final).svg
GK1 Trần Nguyên Mạnh
RB13 Trần Đình Đồng Sub off.svg 89'
CB15 Quế Ngọc Hải Yellow card.svg 54'
CB25 Bùi Tiến Dũng
LB17 Vũ Văn Thanh
RM8 Nguyễn Trọng Hoàng Yellow card.svg 20'Sub off.svg 75'
CM12 Lê Văn Thắng
CM14 Lương Xuân Trường
LM11 Phạm Thành Lương Sub off.svg 83'
CF10 Nguyễn Văn Quyết
CF9 Lê Công Vinh (c)
Substitutions:
FW21 Nguyễn Văn Toàn Sub on.svg 75'
MF18 Đinh Thanh Trung Sub on.svg 83'
FW16 Nguyễn Công Phượng Sub on.svg 89'
Manager:
Nguyễn Hữu Thắng

Man of the Match:
Rizky Pora (Indonesia)

Assistant referees: [7]
Anton Shchetinin (Australia)
Park In-sun (South Korea)
Fourth official: [7]
Chan Ming Siu (Hong Kong)

Overall [8]
StatisticsIndonesiaVietnam
Goals scored21
Total shots1311
Shots on target63
Ball possession40%60%
Corner kicks47
Fouls committed1015
Offsides04
Yellow cards12
Red cards00

Myanmar vs Thailand

Myanmar  Flag of Myanmar.svg0–2Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
Report Teerasil Soccerball shade.svg24', 55'
Attendance: 33,122
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Myanmar
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Thailand
GK18 Kyaw Zin Phyo
RB12 Kyaw Zin Lwin Sub off.svg 73'
CB3 Zaw Min Tun
CB15 Phyo Ko Ko Thein
LB5 Nanda Kyaw
RM4 David Htan Yellow card.svg 39'
CM6 Yan Aung Kyaw (c)Yellow card.svg 59'
CM11 Myo Ko Tun Sub off.svg 59'
LM21 Maung Maung Lwin
CF8 Kaung Sett Naing Sub off.svg 81'
CF9 Aung Thu
Substitutions:
MF7 Ye Ko Oo Sub on.svg 59'
FW22 Than Paing Sub on.svg 73'
FW20 Suan Lam Mang Sub on.svg 81'
Manager:
Flag of Germany.svg Gerd Zeise
MYA-THA AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 (1st Leg Semi Final).svg
GK1 Kawin Thamsatchanan
RB19 Tristan Do
CB5 Adison Promrak
CB15 Koravit Namwiset
LB3 Theerathon Bunmathan
DM17 Tanaboon Kesarat
DM6 Sarach Yooyen Yellow card.svg 76'
CM21 Pokklaw Anan Sub off.svg 75'
RF18 Chanathip Songkrasin Sub off.svg 80'
CF10 Teerasil Dangda (c)
LF4 Kroekrit Thaweekarn Sub off.svg 70'
Substitutions:
FW9 Siroch Chatthong Sub on.svg 70'
MF7 Charyl Chappuis Sub on.svg 75'
MF14 Sarawut Masuk Sub on.svg 80'
Manager:
Kiatisuk Senamuang

Man of the Match:
Teerasil Dangda (Thailand)

Assistant referees: [11]
Ruslan Serazitdinov (Uzbekistan)
Alisher Usmanov (Uzbekistan)
Fourth official: [11]
Aziz Asimov (Uzbekistan)

Overall [12]
StatisticsMyanmarThailand
Goals scored02
Total shots916
Shots on target59
Ball possession35%65%
Corner kicks24
Fouls committed187
Offsides20
Yellow cards21
Red cards00

Second leg

Vietnam vs Indonesia

Vietnam  Flag of Vietnam.svg2–2 (a.e.t.)Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Vũ Văn Thanh Soccerball shade.svg83'
Vũ Minh Tuấn Soccerball shade.svg90+3'
Report Lilipaly Soccerball shade.svg54'
Manahati Soccerball shade.svg97' (pen.)
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Fu Ming (China)
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Indonesia
GK1 Trần Nguyên Mạnh Red card.svg 76'
RB13 Trần Đình Đồng
CB3 Trương Đình Luật
CB15 Quế Ngọc Hải Yellow card.svg 96'
LB17 Vũ Văn Thanh
RM21 Nguyễn Văn Toàn Sub off.svg 57'
CM14 Lương Xuân Trường
CM8 Nguyễn Trọng Hoàng
LM18 Đinh Thanh Trung Sub off.svg 74'
CF10 Nguyễn Văn Quyết Sub off.svg 69'
CF9 Lê Công Vinh (c)
Substitutions:
MF6 Vũ Minh Tuấn Sub on.svg 57'
FW16 Nguyễn Công Phượng Sub on.svg 69'
FW11 Phạm Thành Lương Sub on.svg 74'
Manager:
Nguyễn Hữu Thắng
VIE-IDN AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 (2nd Leg Semi Final).svg
GK1 Kurnia Meiga Yellow card.svg 35'
RB2 Beny Wahyudi
CB16 Fachrudin Aryanto
CB23 Hansamu Yama Yellow card.svg 82'
LB3 Abduh Lestaluhu Yellow card.svg 74'
RM21 Andik Vermansyah Sub off.svg 88'
CM25 Manahati Lestusen
CM19 Bayu Pradana
LM14 Rizky Pora
CF8 Stefano Lilipaly Sub off.svg 85'
CF7 Boaz Solossa (c)Sub off.svg 72'
Substitutions:
FW9 Ferdinand Sinaga Sub on.svg 72'
FW10 Zulham Zamrun Sub on.svg 85'
MF11 Dedi Kusnandar Sub on.svg 88'
Manager:
Flag of Austria.svg Alfred Riedl

Man of the Match:
Lê Công Vinh (Vietnam)

Assistant referees: [15]
Ma Ji (China)
Cao Yi (China)
Fourth official: [15]
Wang Di (China)

Overall [16]
StatisticsVietnamIndonesia
Goals scored22
Total shots287
Shots on target72
Ball possession74%26%
Corner kicks133
Fouls committed1222
Offsides24
Yellow cards13
Red cards10

Thailand vs Myanmar

Thailand  Flag of Thailand.svg4–0Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar
Sarawut Soccerball shade.svg33'
Theerathon Soccerball shade.svg66' (pen.)
Siroch Soccerball shade.svg76'
Chanathip Soccerball shade.svg83'
Report
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Thailand
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Myanmar
GK1 Kawin Thamsatchanan
RB19 Tristan Do
CB5 Adison Promrak
CB16 Pratum Chuthong
LB3 Theerathon Bunmathan
DM17 Tanaboon Kesarat Sub off.svg 60'
DM6 Sarach Yooyen Sub off.svg 75'
CM21 Pokklaw Anan
RF14 Sarawut Masuk
CF10 Teerasil Dangda (c)Sub off.svg 46'
LF18 Chanathip Songkrasin
Substitutions:
FW9 Siroch Chatthong Sub on.svg 46'
DF36 Pravinwat Boonyong Sub on.svg 60'
MF7 Charyl Chappuis Sub on.svg 75'
Manager:
Kiatisuk Senamuang
THA-MYA AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 (2nd Leg Semi Final).svg
GK18 Kyaw Zin Phyo
RB4 David Htan
CB15 Phyo Ko Ko Thein Sub off.svg 83'
CB3 Zaw Min Tun
LB5 Nanda Kyaw Yellow card.svg 67'
RM21 Maung Maung Lwin
CM6 Yan Aung Kyaw (c)
CM11 Myo Ko Tun
LM14 Yan Naing Oo
CF22 Than Paing Sub off.svg 79'
CF9 Aung Thu
Substitutions:
FW20 Suan Lam Mang Sub on.svg 79'
DF24 Win Min Htut Sub on.svg 83'
Manager:
Flag of Germany.svg Gerd Zeise

Man of the Match:
Sarawut Masuk (Thailand)

Assistant referees: [19]
Ahmed Al-Roalle (Jordan)
Issa Alamawi (Jordan)
Fourth official: [19]
Ahmad Faisal Al-Ali (Jordan)

Overall [20]
StatisticsThailandMyanmar
Goals scored40
Total shots1512
Shots on target54
Ball possession56%44%
Corner kicks53
Fouls committed713
Offsides21
Yellow cards01
Red cards00

Final

Team 1 Agg. Team 21st leg2nd leg
Indonesia  Flag of Indonesia.svg2–3Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 2–1 0–2

First leg: Indonesia vs Thailand

Indonesia  Flag of Indonesia.svg2–1Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
Rizky Soccerball shade.svg65'
Hansamu Soccerball shade.svg70'
Report Teerasil Soccerball shade.svg33'
Pakansari Stadium, Bogor [21] [22]
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Jumpei Iida (Japan)
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Indonesia
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Thailand
GK1 Kurnia Meiga
RB2 Beny Wahyudi Sub off.svg 70'
CB23 Hansamu Yama
CB16 Fachrudin Aryanto
LB3 Abduh Lestaluhu
RM21 Andik Vermansyah Sub off.svg 20'
CM25 Manahati Lestusen
CM19 Bayu Pradana
LM14 Rizky Pora
CF8 Stefano Lilipaly
CF7 Boaz Solossa (c)Sub off.svg 77'
Substitutions:
FW10 Zulham Zamrun Sub on.svg 20'
FW12 Lerby Eliandry Sub on.svg 70'
FW9 Ferdinand Sinaga Sub on.svg 77'
Manager:
Flag of Austria.svg Alfred Riedl
IDN-THA AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 (1st Leg Final).svg
GK1 Kawin Thamsatchanan
RB19 Tristan Do
CB5 Adison Promrak
CB15 Koravit Namwiset
LB3 Theerathon Bunmathan
RM14 Sarawut Masuk Sub off.svg 73'
CM6 Sarach Yooyen
CM21 Pokklaw Anan Sub off.svg 80'
LM4 Kroekrit Thaweekarn Sub off.svg 67'
AM18 Chanathip Songkrasin
CF10 Teerasil Dangda (c)
Substitutions:
DF2 Peerapat Notchaiya Sub on.svg 67'
FW9 Siroch Chatthong Sub on.svg 73'
MF7 Charyl Chappuis Sub on.svg 80'
Manager:
Kiatisuk Senamuang

Man of the Match:
Stefano Lilipaly (Indonesia)

Assistant referees: [23]
Yagi Akane (Japan)
Shinji Ochi (Japan)
Fourth official: [23]
Takuto Okabe (Japan)

Overall [24]
StatisticsIndonesiaThailand
Goals scored21
Total shots1111
Shots on target43
Ball possession39%61%
Corner kicks38
Fouls committed1610
Offsides42
Yellow cards00
Red cards00

Second leg: Thailand vs Indonesia

Thailand  Flag of Thailand.svg2–0Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Siroch Soccerball shade.svg38', 47' Report
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Thailand
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Indonesia
GK1 Kawin Thamsatchanan
RB19 Tristan Do
CB5 Adison Promrak
CB16 Pratum Chuthong
LB3 Theerathon Bunmathan
CM17 Tanaboon Kesarat
CM7 Charyl Chappuis Sub off.svg 82'
CM6 Sarach Yooyen
AM18 Chanathip Songkrasin Sub off.svg 90+6'
CF10 Teerasil Dangda (c)
CF9 Siroch Chatthong Sub off.svg 90'
Substitutions:
MF21 Pokklaw Anan Sub on.svg 82'
MF14 Sarawut Masuk Sub on.svg 90'
MF35 Prakit Deeprom Sub on.svg 90+6'
Manager:
Kiatisuk Senamuang
THA-IDN AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 (2nd Leg Final).svg
GK1 Kurnia Meiga Yellow card.svg 79'
RB2 Beny Wahyudi Yellow card.svg 17'Sub off.svg 46'
CB23 Hansamu Yama
CB16 Fachrudin Aryanto
LB3 Abduh Lestaluhu Red card.svg 90+5'
RM10 Zulham Zamrun Sub off.svg 64'
CM25 Manahati Lestusen
CM19 Bayu Pradana
LM14 Rizky Pora Sub off.svg 73'
CF8 Stefano Lilipaly
CF7 Boaz Solossa (c)
Substitutions:
MF11 Dedi Kusnandar Sub on.svg 46'
FW12 Lerby Eliandry Sub on.svg 64'
FW9 Ferdinand Sinaga Sub on.svg 73'
Manager:
Flag of Austria.svg Alfred Riedl

Man of the Match:
Chanathip Songkrasin (Thailand)

Assistant referees: [27]
Ahmed Yousuf Al-Hammadi (United Arab Emirates)
Hassan Al-Mahri (United Arab Emirates)
Fourth official: [27]
Yaqoub Al-Hammadi (United Arab Emirates)

Overall [28]
StatisticsThailandIndonesia
Goals scored20
Total shots103
Shots on target60
Ball possession62%38%
Corner kicks62
Fouls committed1820
Offsides21
Yellow cards02
Red cards01

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