Sun Hei midfielder Lo Chi-wan sent his team scrambling to the top of the Hong Kong First Division after scoring the only goal in yesterday's 1-0 win over Yee Hope at Mongkok Stadium. Lo worked his way into the penalty box, stayed on his feet and then tapped home the solitary goal of the match in the 13th minute to send Sun Hei two points clear of Instant-Dict and South China. But the manner in which Sun Hei won was far from convincing as they laboured in the heat and humidity, fending off a strong fightback attempt by Yee Hope in the final quarter of the match. Veteran Sun Hei forward John Moore was pleased his team have now won their opening two games, saying: 'It's nice to start the season on six points. We have made a positive start. We haven't played a lot together as a team.' Moore added: 'It was my first full game since May and I am slowly finding my fitness. We defended hard and we didn't give a lot away. It was hot and we had a couple of chances but they had some on the counter-attack too. It wasn't a brilliant match, more of a hard-fought win really.' Only 715 spectators turned up for the game and those who stayed away made the right decision as the match resembled a training session with precious little memorable action. Brazilian attacking midfielder Leandro Simioni had one of the better chances of the day for Yee Hope but the former Sai Kung player drove his shot into the arms of Victor Derbounov in the 38th minute. Yee Hope striker Andy Wong Chi-keung had the best chance to equalise in the 87th minute when he was sent through, but his shot was also smothered by the big Russian goalkeeper. Yee Hope chairman Joe Chan said he wasn't too worried his team have now dropped six points in two matches. 'There's still a long way to go. Other teams like South China and Happy Valley have also dropped points. Hopefully, we'll get it all together soon,' he said.