Rangers win with 10 men | South China Morning Post
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Rangers win with 10 men

PUBLISHED : Friday, 25 October, 2002, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 25 October, 2002, 12:00am

Hong Kong: Buler Rangers shot to second in the First Division standings after South Korean left-winger Kim Pan-gon scored the only goal of the game two minutes from time to help 10-man Rangers overcome Double Flowers at Mongkok yesterday. Rangers, who had made all three substitutes, went a man down when keeper Goldbert Chi-chiu was forced to retire with a head injury in the 73rd minute. With defender Cheung Yiu-lun acting as the keeper, Rangers caught Double Flowers off guard when Kim blasted home. Rangers are second on eight points behind South China, who have won all three matches.


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