KUI Tan striker Stuart McCall continued his season-long battle to prove his worth to the club by scoring their goal in a 1-1 draw with Instant-Dict in a Hongkong First Division match at Mongkok Stadium yesterday. McCall, who joined Kui Tan last summer after being released by English Premier Division Crystal Palace, has been threatened with dismissal on more than one occasion by team manager Benny Tang. But the hard-working teenager, who has the responsibility of leading a lightweight attack in a very young side, gave another answer to his critics on the bench yesterday with his second goal in two matches and his third of the campaign. When left-back Chu Chung-kai swung over a free-kick from near the half-way line in the 64th minute, McCall met it on the full and saw his flying left-foot volley loop over goalkeeper Chan Sau-yin and into the far corner of the net. In a game in which two players - Townsend Qin for Instant-Dict and Kui Tan's Tristram Morgan - were sent off and six others booked, Instant-Dict needed a last-minute penalty from Steve Berry to earn a draw. After the match McCall said: ''I must admit I feel under pressure going into games and it does get you down in training. ''I feel that if I don't do something special or score a goal they will turn round and say 'here's your flight ticket home'. ''You've just got to grin and bear it and try your best. When you get a goal they can't really say a lot to you.'' Kui Tan, who lost virtually a full team to promoted Kitchee during the closed season, have already sent home injured midfielder Philip Mortimer and are planning to add more overseas players to their five-strong quota. With only five allowed to be registered for each game, the pressure to perform will remain on McCall. His two teammates, Darren Bloodworth and Jason Loryman, did excellent man-marking jobs on Instant-Dict strikers Qin and Marko Perinovic respectively yesterday. Qin was shown the red card for head-butting Morgan during a goalmouth melee 12 minutes into the second half and Morgan, who had been booked in the same incident, followed him down the tunnel 11 minutes before full-time for his second yellow card, an innocuous foul on Yan Lik-kin. Kui Tan, whose target is to retain their top-flight status next season, had the three points in the bag until Perinovic, collecting a weak header from sweeper Ng Chun-chung, was adjudged to have been brought down under challenge from two defenders. Berry, returning to Instant-Dict after a spell in the German Second Division with Darmstadt, scored from the spot to make it 1-1.