On 28 October 2014 South China and Sun Pegasus met for the long-awaited derby at Hong Kong Stadium, making up a game of the first round, which was rescheduled in the wake of the 2014 Asian Games. After 90 minutes, Sun Pegasus came out on top with a clear-cut 0-3 victory that started with an early lead (Tong Kin Man, 4′) and was underlined with two more scores later on (Ju Yingzhi, 39′; Admir Rascic, 71′). Pegasus goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson kept his box clean once more, while South China failed to make use of its advantages (Ball Possession: 59-41, Shots: 13-11). Continue reading
After several days of recovery, we look on the bright side and hope that Hong Kong has learnt something useful from this 0-7 lesson. Meanwhile, we also got some more pictures of the “teachers” in Blue/White for you. By JRP Borthwick and WOL Borthwick.
On 14 October 2014 the Hong Kong Football Association celebrated its 100th anniversary with a game against Argentina. Although the Hong Kong Stadium remained half-empty, 20,230 fans (and plenty more in front of the TV) watched the HK side being overrun by this year’s world cup finalists. Pictures of the 0-7 defeat by Christopher KL Lau. Continue reading
Argentina’s Messi & Co have landed safely in Hong Kong and shared their expectations during a pre-match press conference on 13 Oct 2014. Christopher KL Lau captured this year’s World Cup finalists during their first public appearance on and off the pitch. Continue reading