Hong Kong shattered their two-day-old record score by blasting Guam 11-0 yesterday - with a little help from the stadium announcer. But the unusual intervention drew accusations of poor sportsmanship from some quarters. With just minutes remaining in the last game of the East Asian Football Championship (EAFC) qualifying competition and Hong Kong leading 10-0, stadium announcer and Cable TV football commentator Li Tak-nang repeatedly cheered Hong Kong on through the public address system. He also urged the 6,862 spectators to 'show their support so that Hong Kong could break the record'. Those who responded to his encouragement got what they wanted in injury time when defender Lee Wai-man scored the record-setting goal. Former Hong Kong coach Kwok Ka-ming, who was in the stadium as a technical adviser to the EAFC organisers, was not impressed by Li. 'I can't really comment on the incident, but it was not very sporting and a little bit off.' Li agreed his behaviour was not appropriate for an international match. 'I shouldn't have done this really.' he said. 'It was a moment when Hong Kong could break the record. I was excited and thought it wouldn't affect the game, that's why I did it.' Guam coach Willie McFaul remained cool about the incident. 'All I can say is that was a little unfair. We're talking about fair play here,' he said. Hong Kong coach Tsang Wai-chung, saw nothing wrong with Li's cheerleading, however. 'I'm grateful for the fans' support. They boosted us and after all we're the home team,' he said. 'The best thing that can happen in a football match is a goal, and fans pay to see goals.' Hong Kong scored five in the first half and six in the second in their biggest ever win, which came just two days after they defeated Mongolia by a then-record 10-0. Hong Kong finished on top of the qualifying group which means they qualify to join powerhouses Japan, South Korea and China in the inaugural East Asian Championship in Japan in May. In yesterday's opening game, Taiwan came from behind to beat Macau 2-1. It was the only match in all 10 EAFC qualifiers that the winning team have conceded a goal. EAFC's roll of honour Fair Play Award: Guam. Best Goalkeeper Domingos Chan (Macau). Best Defender: Cheng Yung-jen (Taiwan). Top Scorer: Au Wai-lun, seven goals (Hong Kong). Most Valuable Player: Cheung Sai-ho (Hong Kong).