Xiangxue Sun Hei president Chow Man-leung could barely contain his anger after seeing yet another red card issued to one of his players yesterday, taking the club's tally to five dismissals in just two matches. Brazilian Fladimir Freitas was sent off in stoppage time of the dramatic 2-2 draw with South China following a second yellow card after a tackle on Detinho. In the earlier match of the First Division league's double bill at the Hong Kong Stadium, newly promoted Wofoo Tai Po snatched their first point in the top flight thanks to a 0-0 draw with Citizen. Sun Hei, who have yet to win this season, saw Kyle Jordan score in his first match for the club since arriving on loan from English side Sheffield Wednesday, but it was still not enough to see a turnaround in their poor start to the season. 'The referees have to improve their standards or a team will need at least 30 players to cope with the rash of red cards,' Chow said. 'Freitas was going for the ball - a 50-50 ball - but the referee awarded him a yellow card instead,' Chow fumed. Sun Hei had four players sent off in their previous match against Lanwa Redbull, including two-time Hong Kong Footballer of the Year Cristiano Cordeiro, while in another top clash, between Happy Valley and Kitchee last week, a total of five players saw red. All four Sun Hei players were automatically suspended for yesterday's match. Sun Hei coach Koo Luam Khen admitted the absence of the reliable Cordeiro in defence had cost them dearly. 'The result was a bit disappointing,' Koo said. 'The second goal may not have happened if Cordeiro was there.' The coach, however, was delighted with the performance of new signing Jordan. 'He is a very typical English striker, with good movement around the penalty area. He has been here only for a couple of days and he will improve as the season progresses,' said Koo. The 18-year-old Jordan, who is on a three-month trial, scored three minutes into the second half. Chan Yiu-lun's free kick was tipped on to the crossbar by the goalkeeper and Jordan was among the three Sun Hei players in the area for the rebound. He also contributed to the first goal in the 40th minute, when his back-heel found Marcio Anacleto free in the middle. The Brazilian had no difficulty in opening the scoring. Second-half substitute Wong Chun-yue pulled one back for South China in the 63rd minute. The Caroliners then pressed hard for the equaliser and they got it with Detinho's powerful header in the 76th minute.