Once again penalty kicks haunted Fukien, denying them their first victory of the league season as Sunray scored from the spot deep in injury time to force a 2-2 draw at Mongkok Stadium last night. Leading 2-1 in the third minute of injury time, Fukien fell foul of referee Wong Po-on who ruled that Eddie Chambers had felled substitute Li Xufeng in a goalmouth melee. The Guangdong team's veteran Zhang Bing calmly converted, leaving Fukien coach Alex Chu Chi-kwong bemoaning the outcome. 'It was unlucky. This season we've allowed five goals and three of them have been penalties. We work on discipline in practice, in training, but in the game the players can't control themselves.' Despite moving off the bottom of the fledgling table, a disconsolate Fukien side could not believe a first win had eluded them, especially after fighting back from a goal down in the 20th minute when Lu Wei found the corner of the net. Brazilian Eder Jose de Lima Ferreira pulled one back within eight minutes, converting Guy Herve Ndema Kiyek's mishit shot, while the Cameroonian put his team in front on the stroke of half-time by rounding Sunray keeper Wei Zhao. Chambers was adamant that his side had been hard done by. 'It was 50-50,' the 25-year-old said. 'Anywhere else on the field except in the penalty area and it would not have been a foul without a doubt. The worst thing is the ref was right there and there weren't any players in his way.' In the evening's second match, South China made it two wins out of two with a 3-1 victory over Fire Service that was far less convincing than the score might suggest. The Caroliners were anything but sparkling after racing into an early two-goal lead. Teenage striker Leung Tsz-chun got the opener from a near post corner in just the second minute, while eight minutes later Tse Man-wing bundled the ball over the line after Fire Service keeper Lau Siu-man had tipped Yeung Ching-kwong's 25-yard drive on to the bar. The Firemen pulled one goal back two minutes before the break thanks to Ho Chi-sing's brilliant feint and shot on the turn, and would have drawn level with five minutes to play had Ho's header from Yiu Hok-man's left-wing cross been anywhere close to the standard of his goal. Instead Yeung sealed the game with a minute to play lifting the ball over Lau for a flattering final score.