Taiwan romped to a 7-0 win over East Asian Championship whipping boys Guam yesterday - but still failed to satisfy their coach. 'It is important for players to follow the instructions given by their coach but, to my disappointment, my team have failed to achieve that again today,' said Lee Po-houng. 'As a coach the score was not the most important issue to me and I would still be happy to lose a game if my players had done everything I asked them to do.' Tu Chu-hsien, Sheu Sheau-bao and Hsu Jui-chen each scored twice and Tu Ming-feng added another to hand Guam their largest defeat of the tournament after a pair of 2-0 losses to Mongolia and Macau. Guam went close to getting their first goal of the competition when forward Matthew Naputi was brought down at the edge of the penalty area, but referee Cheung Yim-yau ruled contact was made outside the box and awarded a free-kick. 'I want to compliment Taiwan for their ability, though I am very disappointed with the result as we should have prevented some of the goals we let in,' said Guam coach Willie McFaul. 'Our players did try very hard but they obviously lacked experience and were tired after playing three games in five days.' Taiwan are second in the five-team table, level on points with Macau but with a superior goal difference.