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Player rating: Hong Kong vs Thailand

Here comes the player rating for Hong Kong’s recent international friendly game against Thailand on October 11th, which ended in a 0-1 loss for the home side. Nonetheless, the team showed a promising performance, above average, that should make hope for more to come!

For the full match report please click here!


Yapp Hung-fai: 6/10

Tried to save the goal but wasn’t fully concentrated. Made a crucial save later in the first half and did okay for the rest of the match.

Dani Cancela: 6/10

Partially responsible for the conceded goal. Stepped up the game in the second half.

Festus Baise: 7.5/10

Lively, solid performance and was unlucky to miss the goal in the first half. It is hard to believe that he is the oldest man in the squad.

Andy Russell: 6.5/10

Made a mistake that led to the goal, but did well after that until the end. Made some key clearances.

Cheng King-ho: 4.5/10

Being bullied in the first half on the right and unable to keep up the pace. Improved slightly after the break by involving in attack.

Huang Yang: 6/10

Good work rate, but could have done better, was outnumbered in the midfield.

Wong Wai: 6/10

Almost scored with the free-kick in the first half. Shown glimpses of creativity, but couldn’t do much playing deep in the midfield.

Xu Deshuai: 6/10

Caused some problems in the first half, until he went down injured later on. Good effort.

Jaimes McKee: 5.5/10

Not at his best form, but worked hard to fight for possession. Had a chance in the second half, but the close range attempt was saved by Siwarak Tedsungnoen.

Paul Olivier Ngue: 6.5/10

Strong in the air, protected the ball well and tried to make some link up plays with teammates. Apparently, a few Thai players found it difficult to deal with his strength.

Alex Akande: 6.5/10

Did well. Created some chances up front. Missed a golden chance in the first half.


Leung Chun Pong: 6/10

Was given more space in the second half but failed to impress.

Giovane da Silva: 7/10

Looked sharp on his first debut, always a threat. Did everything brilliantly, except the finish.

Lee Ka-yiu: 6/10

Active in attack and a few crosses

Alessandro Ferreira Leonardo: 7/10

Gave Giovane the support he needed up front, with some decent one touch passes, protected the ball well.

Tan Chun Lok: 6.5/10

Strong in the midfield, made some interceptions and quality set-pieces.

Tsang Kam To: 6/10

Got a chance in added time, but other than that had little time to make an impression.

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