Hong Kong too good for Guam

Hong Kong beat Guam 1-0 in an international friendly match that took place at the Mong Kok Stadium on Saturday.

The hosts dominated play throughout and were deserved winner thanks to Jaimes McKee’s ninth minute goal.

The pacey forward controlled Bai He’s lofted ball on his chest before his planting his left-foot shot past the goalkeeper.

In fact, the hosts should arguably have scored more than just the solitary goal, as McKee and Godfred Karikari went close before the half-time interval.

Guam had a rare foray forward in the 51st minute and almost equalised through Shawn Nicklaw, but Hong Kong keeper Yapp Hung-fai made a fine save to deny the hosts.

Hong Kong continued to apply the pressure throughout and Chan Siu-ki spurned two glorious second half chances to add his name to the score sheet.

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