Hebei China Fortune beat Tianjin Teda 2-0 in the Chinese Super League on Monday night behind closed doors in Suzhou. The win for Xie Feng’s side, their first of the season, came thanks to goals from the Brazilian-born China striker Ricardo Goulart and his former countryman Marcos. Goulart, known as Guo Late since naturalising as Chinese before the new season, headed home from a cross by Buya Turay, the Sierra Leone wideman, on the 35-minute mark. The on-loan Guangzhou Evergrande forward picked up an injury in the process. That lead was stretched on the stroke of half-time by centre forward Marcos, who stroked home after full-back Ren Hang was brought down in the Tianjin box. The score remained that way, despite Tianjin’s best efforts. Teda remain winless under German boss Uli Stielike this season and are rooted to the foot of the Suzhou-based group B table. The win for Hebei moved them to fifth in the table, a point behind Shijiazhuang Ever Bright, after five rounds of matches.