Malaysia eased to the hockey gold medal ©Kuala Lumpur 2017

Malaysia eased to men's hockey gold but missed out to Thailand in football as the Southeast Asian Games came to an end in Kuala Lumpur.

The host nation have proved utterly dominant across the regional event.

The finished on 145 gold medals - more than double any other nation - along with 92 silver and 86 bronze.

Thailand placed a distant second with 72 golds, 86 silver and 88 bronze.

Vietnam finished third with 58 golds along with 50 silver and 60 bronze.

Malaysia thrashed Myanmar 14-0 in the men's hockey final at the National Hockey Stadium. 

Shahril Saabah and Faizal Saari each scored three goals in a match briefly halted by heavy rain.

Nine-year-old Adam Yoong Hanifah won water skiing gold ©Kuala Lumpur 2017
Nine-year-old Adam Yoong Hanifah won water skiing gold ©Kuala Lumpur 2017

Singapore beat Thailand 2-0 to take bronze.

Thailand won the coveted men's football event, however, thanks to a calamitous own goal from Malaysia goalkeeper Haziq Nadzli.

He punched the ball into his own net from a first half corner.

Indonesia beat Myanmar 3-1 in the bronze medal match.

Nine-year-old water skier Adam Yoong Hanifah also claimed victory in the individual tricks event.

He scored 3,860 points to defeat Indonesia's Dimas Ridho Suprihono, with 3,440.

Another Indonesian in Fabrianto Kadir took bronze with 3,140.

Yoong's older sister Aaliyah, a comparative veteran at 14, enjoyed wins in jump, tricks and combined events earlier in the Games.