Caroliners come alive in second-half

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 25 September, 2010, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 25 September, 2010, 12:00am
 

South China were given a slight scare as they came from behind to defeat minnows Tai Chung 6-1 in the BMA First Division at Kowloon Bay Park last night. A second-minute goal by Cheng King-ho gave the bottom-of-the-table side a surprising lead which lasted until the end of the first half. South China made a number of changes after the break and a four-goal blast in 10 minutes, including a hat-trick from Brazilian striker Leandro Silva, finished off the opponents. The Caroliners move to the top of the table with three wins in three matches.

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