IT'S rare enough to score a hat-trick in a soccer match and end up on the losing side. But Hong Kong's three-goal striker Tim Bredbury could not believe his luck after the territory were beaten 4-3 by Malaysia in their opening group match. Having been refused the match-ball by the referee after the match, Bredbury then found himself well adrift in the scoring charts as South Korean Hwang Sun-hong scored an amazing eight goals in the 11-0 demolition of Nepal. Lee faces up to 'snub' WINDSURFER Lee Lai-shan may be one of the most famous sporting faces in Hong Kong at the moment, but in Japan, she had to play second fiddle to table tennis player Chan Tan-lui. Mobbed by autograph-seeking fans yesterday, Chan's fame in Japan results from her victory in the Japan Open four years ago. Lee, Hong Kong's flag-bearer at the opening ceremony, was ignored as she trundled along. But the 25-year-old certainly aims to make herself known in Japan by the end of the Asian Games as she is one of the favourites for the gold medal in the windsurfing competition. Snap-happy start to day HONG KONG soccer players broke protocol at the opening ceremony when they couldn't help but take a few souvenir snaps while the contingent marched around the track. Opening ceremonies are supposed to evoke correct behaviour from the marchers, with the Hong Kong team spending several session before their arrival in Hiroshima practising their marching steps.