For the second time in a row, Hong Kong's top two sides produced identical results, but again achieved them in very different manners as league champions Happy Valley and last season's runners-up Sun Hei recorded 2-0 wins last night over Sunray and Fukien respectively. This time it was Happy Valley who were by far the more impressive as Cameroonian Gerard Ambassa Guy scored twice in the first half, but was denied a hat-trick by a spectacular display of goalkeeping by Wei Zhao. 'I think that's the best goalkeeping performance I've seen since I came to Hong Kong,' declared Ambassa who three times in the last 10 minutes must have thought he'd got his third goal of the game only to be denied by the bravery and athleticism of the Dongguan side's lanky 20-year-old. 'He's a good keeper. He made some great saves.' Ambassa's assessment was backed up by his coach Chan Hung Ping, who said Wei was the one factor that stopped his side from taking their goal tally into double figures in only their third game. 'He was very good, very good. It was an excellent performance. We played quite well in the first half and we created a lot of chances, we just didn't put them in.' Valley's victory was, however, never in doubt, as Ambassa, who was diagnosed as having hepatitis and expected to miss at least the first two months of the season, announced his early return by heading home a far-post cross after just one minute and 34 seconds. The 25-year-old secured the victory 10 minutes before the break by turning home Kwok Yue-hong's low cross. 'It wasn't hepatitis. They made a mistake,' he explained. 'It was a problem with my liver, but not hepatitis. I feel OK for my first game and it went very well.' Fitness played a decisive role in the evening's second game which was settled by two Sun Hei penalties and a slightly less fortunate goalkeeper in the form of Fukien's teenager Leung Tak-chun. The 19-year-old saved Marcio Anacleto's first spot kick, awarded rather harshly in the 13th minute when Ma Kin-chung made contact with Julius Akosah, but parried it straight back to the Brazilian who made no mistake with the rebound or with the second, which came in the 64th minute, which was given when Leung needlessly felled Wong Chun-yue when he was going nowhere. 'Who knows what would have happened if it hadn't been for the two penalties,' said Fukien coach Alex Chu Chi-kwong of his team's first display of the season.