SCOTTISH striker Lee Bullen was a two-goal hero as Golden held on for a 3-3 draw with the Malaysian national team in a friendly at the Hong Kong Sports Institute yesterday. Golden were the second side from the territory to face the Malaysians, who beat Instant-Dict 3-2 on Thursday. The Malaysians, who are in Hong Kong to prepare for next month's South East Asian Games in Chiang Mai, Thailand, dominated in the first 30 minutes, scoring two early goals from Anuar Abu Bakar and Yap Wai-loon. Golden, recovering from a 6-0 First Division hammering by South China on Tuesday, came back quickly with Bullen getting on the scoresheet with a header and national right-winger Lo Kai-wah joining him by finding the net in a goalmouth scramble before half-time. Bullen put Golden 3-2 ahead in the second half with a lob but Abu Baker notched the equaliser. Golden president Simon Wan Chi-lok said after the game that they would have a full squad for the Senior Shield first-round match against Instant-Dict on Tuesday. 'The players who did not play in last Tuesday's match because of injuries will be able to play against the Dickies,' Wan said. The Malaysians were praised by Golden's central defender Marlon Van der Sander. 'This squad, though young and inexperienced, have the potential,' said the Dutchman who played for the Malaysian First Division side Terengganu before coming to Hong Kong two seasons ago. 'They have some very skilful strikers and they will be a competitive side in one or two years.' The Malaysians play Eastern at the Sports Institute tomorrow.