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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Hong Kong Men's National Soccer Team News


June 16, 2015 - Xu Deshuai & Lam Ka Wai score in win over Maldives
"Hong Kong won their second 2018 FIFA World Cup/2019 AFC Asian Cup joint-qualifying match with a 2-0 win over the Maldives at Mongkok Stadium on Tuesday. The first half was barren of goals but the second half proved to be exciting for the hosts as Kim Pang-on’s side scored the two goals within a four-minute spell. Xu Deshuai opened the scoring on 63 minutes before Lam Ka Wai scored Hong Kong’s second on 67 minutes to place the side on top of Group C." - AFC

June 11, 2015 - Jaimes Mekee scores brace in win over Bhutan
"Chinese Hong Kong beat Bhutan 7-0 in a second round qualifier for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Mongkok stadium here on Thursday. Thanks to three headers, Chinese Hong Kong took a 4-0 lead in the first half. Jaimes Mekee opened the slice in the 18th minute. Three minutes later, Christian Kwesi added another, while Lo Kwan Yee contributed the third in the 30th minute. Cheung Kin Fung made the fourth in the 42nd minute with a powerful shot. Chinese Hong Kong dominated the field well in the second half as Lam Ka Wai contributed the fifth from a penalty kick in the 48th minute. Jaimes Mekee scored his second in the 56th minute by beating Bhutan's goalie Hari Gurung with a powerful kick. Karikari Godfred sealed the 7-0 win for in the 67th minute." - Global Times

March 28, 2015 - Jaimes Mckee scores in win over Guam
"Hong Kong delighted its passionate home supporters on Saturday afternoon by defeating Guam in an international friendly through a 1:0 score, courtesy of a clinical Jaimes Mckee finish.... Hong Kong opened the score on the 9th minute when Bai He sent the ball forward to Jaimes Mckee. The Hong Kong speedster chested down the ball nicely before ripping a left-foot shot that found the back of the net, putting his side in front." - HKFA

November 16, 2014 - Lam Ka-wai scores in win over Taiwan
"Hong Kong scrambled to a 1-0 win over Taiwan - their first victory in the current East Asian Cup qualifiers - thanks to a Lam Ka-wai penalty, which silenced 8,000 emotional fans at Taipei Municipal Stadium last night. Lam made no mistake from the spot after teammate Jaimes McKee was brought down by Taiwan's goalkeeper early in the second half." - South China Morning Post

October 10, 2014 - Xe Deshuai & Ju Yingzhi score in win over Singapore
"Singapore's preparations to defend their AFF Suzuki Cup title began on the wrong note as they succumbed to a 1-2 defeat to Hong Kong at the Mongkok Stadium on Friday. The hosts took an early lead in the seventh minute through Xe Deshuai before turning provider for Ju Yingzhi to double their lead after the half-time break on 53 minutes. While the Lions tried to fight back, they barely managed to keep the rampant Hong Kongers at bay before Safuwan Baharudin was brought down in the penalty area deep into added time." - The New Paper

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