South China convenor Steven Lo Kit-sing was far from happy despite watching his side crush struggling Tuen Mun Progoal 9-0 in the Coolpoint Ventilation First Division at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday. Brazilian striker Detinho went on a four-goal spree, all coming in the second half, after goals from Tales Schutz and Chan Siu-ki gave them a 2-0 lead at the break. Chan hit two more after the break to score his first hat-trick for the Caroliners after joining them from Kitchee this summer, while Vandre Monteiro wrapped up the match with the ninth. In the other match of the doubleheader, Tai Po moved back to the top of the table by picking up their third win in a row. They defeated another district team, Pegasus 2-1 with Christian Annan hitting the target twice. Mainlander Zeng Qixiang scored the only goal for Pegasus. The Caroliners, who had coach Tsang Wai-chung step down mid-week due to 'health problems', showed marked improvement from their first match of the season three weeks ago when they managed a disappointing 1-1 draw with Citizen. But Lo said Progoal, who deployed a starting line-up entirely made up of local players, were simply an amateur side. 'We are a team with so many star players and should have thrashed them by a much bigger margin,' said Lo. 'Our finishing was very poor today and the players were hardly aggressive enough. 'We intended to score an overwhelming victory in order to pull more fans back in the stadium, and a 9-0 win against a weak side was just not good enough to get the job done. Indeed other top teams can easily score a better result than us when they meet Progoal.' New coach Liu Chun-fai admitted he had a tough task ahead. 'I will just try my best and if I cannot meet the requirements of the management, I will choose to leave,' he said.