Newly recruited Chan Ho-man helped Bulova Rangers move to the top of their group in the League Cup preliminaries when they beat Lanwa Redbull at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday. The striker, who joined from Convoy Sun Hei early this month, scored twice for his new club as Rangers overcame the Dongguan-based team 3-0. In yesterday's other match in the same group B, Eastern and Sun Hei finished 1-1. Rangers, who were held 1-1 by Citizen in their previous match, lead the group with four points. Eastern stay in second place after two draws, while Sun Hei, Citizen and Lanwa are all tied on one point. The top two sides from the group will reach the knock-out stage along with the top pair from group A. Rangers showed great determination after the disappointing draw against Citizen, in which they had conceded a late goal. They got off to a flying start through Chan's goal in the ninth minute. Charging in from the left side, the Hong Kong international beat Lanwa goalkeeper Shi Meng with a well-taken shot from just inside the penalty box. Shi was badly at fault for the second goal, in the 72nd minute, when he failed to clear a weak cross from Rangers' Fung Ka-ki, allowing Caleb Ekwenugo to score from the ensuing goal-mouth scramble. Shi was immediately replaced after the goal, even though Lanwa had to substitute him with defender Li Zongjun as the mainlanders did not bring any reserve goalkeeper. Chan added to Lanwa's misery in stoppage time when he lobbed stand-in keeper Li from about 25 yards for his second goal of the match. In the second match of the double header, Wong Yiu-fu found the target in the 35th minute to give Eastern the lead, but Roger Batoum's header nine minutes into the second half levelled the score. Neither side were able to add to the score-line in a lacklustre match.