Mateja Kezman scored an extra-time winner to hand South China victory in the FA Cup final yesterday, then admitted he had played his last game for the club. The Caroliners struggled past Wo Foo Tai Po 2-1 to clinch their second cup of the season, some consolation after failing to retain their league title. Kezman, who will be leaving Hong Kong today after a four-month spell with the domestic powerhouses, made the difference after the teams were deadlocked at 1-1 after 90 minutes at Hong Kong Stadium. A hesitant Tai Po captain Chan Yuk-chi failed to clear the ball inside the box, leaving Kezman, who came on from the bench in the second half, to nip in and make no mistake from close range. Both coach Chan Ho-yin and Kezman were delighted with the hard-earned result following their success in the League Cup earlier this season. But they could not hide their disappointment after losing the BMA First Division title to rivals Kitchee and failing to make the knockout stage of the regional AFC Cup. 'I can go home with a nice feeling and satisfaction with another cup title added to my record,' said Kezman. 'It has been a fantastic four months playing here and it's nice to finish the season with two cups. 'But of course there are also two big disappointments - losing the championship and the AFC Cup.' The former Serbia international, who joined the Caroliners in January, ruled out any chance of playing in Hong Kong again. 'I'll probably be at the stadium to watch a few games in future, but definitely not as a player,' said Kezman. He said he had received offers from the United States and some Middle East nations, including Qatar, but would not make any decision until after a holiday with his family in Belgrade. Tai Po had the better chances after striker Ye Jia's powerful shot in the closing stages of the first half cancelled out an effort from Chan Wai-ho, who headed home a corner for South China in the 12th minute. The hard-working Ye then hit the post and teammate To Hon-to was unlucky not to score when his low drive from 20 metres hit a post in the second half. Despite their better quality players, South China had to dig deep to hold off their opponents after Kezman's goal in the 103rd minute. Coach Chan, who steered Tai Po to FA Cup success two seasons ago, admitted it was a tougher encounter than expected. 'It's great to win two cups in one season, but it is hardly an outstanding achievement for a club like South China,' he said. 'Our priority has been the First Division title and a place in the knockout stage of the AFC Cup, but neither materialised. 'Nonetheless, I have to thank the boys for their hard work. Tai Po were not easy to beat and showed tremendous determination to come back in the match.' Chan will lose his job as the head coach of South China as the club has made no secret of employing a new coach from overseas next season to replace him. 'I am still very young in the field of coaching and there are many things I need to learn,' he said. 'I will stay with South China next season even as an assistant coach.'