What a difference a day makes. Marco Fu Ka-chun put his shock singles defeat behind him and led the Hong Kong men's team into the final with an emphatic 3-0 victory over South Korea at Hong Kong International Trade and Exhibition Centre yesterday. The world number eight suffered an embarrassing 4-1 loss to up-and-coming Yu Delu of China in the singles on Thursday. Yet it was a different story yesterday as Fu, Chan Kwok-ming and Fung Kwok-wai, who together won team gold at the 2002 Pusan Asian Games, conceded only a single red in all three matches of the semi-final tie. 'I changed my attitude and it has made a big difference,' said Fu, who uncharacteristically stormed off and snubbed the media after Thursday's setback. 'I knew it would be a disaster if we lost as a team today and I was fully focused from the beginning. But I also want to pay tribute to Chan as he did it exceptionally well in the second match before we sealed victory comfortably in the doubles.' Fu got off to a flying start with a 89-0 win over Kim Do-hoom before Chan took the second match 113-0 against Hwang Chul-ho, including the highest break of 76. Fu then combined with Fung to win the doubles 71-1 over Kim and Huang. There was more good news for the hosts as China's Tian Pengfei and Yu, considered to be Hong Kong's major obstacle for gold, were beaten in the other semi-final. Tian and Yu, who will meet in today's all-China singles final, were surprisingly beaten 3-1 by Taiwan's Wu Yu-lun and Lin Shu-hung. 'Our target was a bronze medal, we never thought of reaching the final,' said Wu, a three-time world junior pool champion from 2004 to 2006 before changing to snooker this year. Meanwhile, Hong Kong's Eric Lee Ming-kai reached the final in the men's English billiards singles after defeating Ho Chun-chong of Macau 3-0. Lee, who is making his debut for Hong Kong in a major games, will take on Hwang Chul-ho of South Korea for the gold medal today. The Korean dashed hopes of an all-Hong Kong final when he beat Lee Chen-man 3-1 in the other semi-final.