Indonesia won a dramatic men's football final at the SEA Games ©Getty Images

Indonesia claimed a 5-2 victory over Thailand to win a dramatic and ill-tempered men's football final at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Cambodia.

The Indonesians led 2-0 at half-time of the clash at Phnom Penh's National Olympic Stadium, thanks to a pair of goals from Ramadhan Sananta.

Anan Yodsangwal gave Thailand hope on 65 minutes before Yotsakorn Burapha sensationally levelled in the seventh added on minute to force extra time and spark a brawl on the touchline.

Security officials became involved to calm the situation before the game could resume.

Thailand would fall apart, however, as three of their players ended up being sent off and Indonesia, themselves reduced to ten men, scored three times in the additional 30 minutes.

Irfan Jauhari put them in front, sparking more ugly scenes, before Fajar Fathur Rahman and Beckham Putra added extra gloss to the score.

It means Indonesia has won the SEA Games title for the first time in 32 years.

On the last day of competition before tomorrow's Closing Ceremony, Singapore wrapped up the men's water polo title as they ended the round-robin phase with a 100 per cent record.

Thailand won the women's event with another unbeaten performance.

Security officials involve themselves in an ill-tempered men's football final ©Getty Images
Security officials involve themselves in an ill-tempered men's football final ©Getty Images

In the men's basketball final, there was disappointment for hosts Cambodia as they went down 80-69 to The Philippines at Morodok Techno National Stadium.

Malaysia won both hockey finals, with their men beating Singapore 3-0 and the women seeing off Thailand 4-1.

Floorball titles went to Thailand in the men's event, after their 3-2 win over The Philippines, and Singapore in the women's as they beat the Thais 4-2.

There was a 1-2 for Indonesia in the men's singles badminton as Christian Adinata beat team-mate Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo in the final.

Supanida Katethong won an all-Thai affair in the women's singles final over Lalinrat Chaiwan.

Indonesia excelled in the doubles, taking home the men's, women's and mixed gold medals.

Pramudya Kusumawardana and Yeremia Rambitan won the men's doubles title over Peeratchai Sukphun and Pakkapon Teeraratsakul of Thailand and the women's crown went to Febriana Dwipuji Kusuma and Amalia Cahaya Pratiwi over their team-mates Meilysa Trias Puspita Sari and Rachel Allessya Rose.

The mixed gold was won by Rehan Naufal Kusharjanto and Lisa Ayu Kusumawati against Malaysia's Yap Roy King and Cheng Su Yin.

In breaking, Malaysia's Sam Jee Lek won the men's gold and Huynh Nhu Tran of Vietnam took the women's title.

Vietnam won the team foil event at the fencing after defeating Singapore 45-37.

The mixed team judo gold was also claimed by the Vietnamese as they edged Thailand 4-3.

Malaysia won both hockey finals ©Getty Images
Malaysia won both hockey finals ©Getty Images

Thailand won the men's quadrant title in sepaktakraw after beating Indonesia 2-0, and they added the women's crown with a win over Vietnam by the same score.

Yong Izaac Quek won the men's singles table tennis for Singapore with a 4-0 success over Anh Tu Nguyen of Vietnam.

In the women's singles final, Jian Zeng of Singapore won a thriller, 4-3 over Suthasini Sawettabut of Thailand.

Indonesia beat Thailand 2-1 in the men's team beach volleyball final, with the women's crown going the opposite way as the Thais beat the Indonesians by the same scoreline.

Nguyen Quoc Toan won the men's 89 kilograms weightlifting for Vietnam, with the women's over-71kg crown going to Duangaksorn Chaidee of Thailand.

Vietnam also won the men's over-89kg competition as Dinh Thang Tran came out on top.