SENIOR Shield finalists Happy Valley exacted a measure of revenge over Golden with a 2-1 win at Mongkok Stadium last night - with all three goals coming in the last five minutes of the game. Golden beat Happy Valley 1-0 last October but the roles were reversed as Valley took a two-goal in the dying minutes, courtesy of Russian midfielder Sergei Volkov and a penalty kick stabbed home by Alan Reis. Golden are the only club to have beaten Happy Valley this season but couldn't capitalise last night, sorely missing Bosnian striker Alen Bajkusa and defender Chiu Chung-man. Both were serving one-match suspensions after being sent off in Golden's earlier game against Frankwell. The crowd had little to cheer about until Volkov finally cracked Golden's defence by heading home Kwok Yue-hung's cross after Wong Chi-keung had sent him through. Wong was also in the thick of the action when he was brought down by a twin challenge from defenders Mike Duxbury and Glenn Humphries inside the area. The referee didn't hesitate in awarding a penalty which Reis converted. Two minutes into injury time Golden hit back, winning a penalty after Russian goalkeeper Victor Derbounov impeded Golden's Carlton Fairweather. Striker Lee Bullen scored from the spot but it was too late for Golden. Happy Valley remain in fifth spot in the league table, a point behind Golden having played seven games. They have four games in hand and are in a handy position to threaten league leaders Eastern. Golden, meanwhile, remain four points off the pace but might find winning the league championship too far fetched as they have already played 11 games compared to Eastern's nine games. In England, the violent crowd scenes at the end of an FA Cup tie between Chelsea and Millwall have raised the possibility of a re-introduction of fences at football grounds. 'Football spectators, by consistent good behaviour, had perimeter fences removed. Sadly, there is a danger of the actions of a few bringing them back,' Chelsea managing director Colin Hutchison announced in a statement. Violence flared on Wednesday after Chelsea lost the cup match in a penalty shootout. Eleven ploicement were injured, two seriously, and 38 fans arrested.