#aThe tournament favorites, Thailand, were left in shock after their final first leg match with Indonesia in the Stadion Pakansiri, Bogor. The first leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 final belonged to the Garudas who inflicted a stunning 2-1 defeat on the Thais.

To the Indonesians this was not a major upset as they had already gained confidence in a 2-1 over Vietnam here in the semi finals. The 30,000 sell out crowd braved the heat, humidity and the rain during a thrilling match which saw the War Elephants of Thailand take the lead.

Teerasil does it again against Indonesia

Thailand's goal machine at this tournament, Teerasil Dangda, continued his fine run of form with a sublime header in the 33rd minute. The goal came from some fine play from Theerathon Bunmathan who supplied the perfect cross for his Muang Thong United team mate.

Teerasil is the top scorer at the AFF Suzuki Cup this year with six goals and is highly likely to add to it when the teams meet again in Bangkok's Rajamangala Stadium on Saturday 17th December.

Indonesia stun Thailand with two goals in six minutes

After the break, Indonesia applied more pressure on Thailand and they were duly rewarded after Rizki Pora's shot deflected of the back of an unfortunate Tristan Do.

The equalizer drove the crowd wild and the Garudas continued to pour forward looking for a winner.

Hansamu Yama wrote himself into the Indonesian history books by scoring, what proved to be the winner, in the 71st minute. Yama rose to put a looping header past the stunned Kawin to give the Garudas a fine win over the Thais.

Indonesia will be worried about losing star player Andik Vermansyah after a clash with Thailand's Kroenkrit.

The Indonesians will be hoping he will be able to make the second leg of the final.

Indonesia have never won the tournament having been runners up in 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2010. Coach Alfred Riedl will hoping that this run of bad luck will change come Saturday. Meanwhile Thailand's coach Kiatsak Senamuang is likely to bolster the team and push Thailand to their 5th title.