Hong Kong-born footballer Dai Wai-tsun notched another assist in the Chinese Super League to help his Shenzhen side to a draw against Jiangsu Suning in a downpour in Dalian. The former Wolves, Oxford United and Bury player who joined Shenzhen ahead of the delayed 2020 season, assisted Cameroonian striker John Mary for the equaliser in the 50th minute. Brazilian forward Alex Teixeira had put the Nanjing side ahead in the fourth minute before Mary slammed home from Dai’s through ball to score his sixth goal in seven games. Dai, known as Tsun Dai in English football and Dai Weijun on the mainland, has played in all seven of his side’s CSL games this season. He is yet to represent Hong Kong at senior level and his international future has been rumoured to lie with China. In torrential rain, Shenzhen FC tied Jiangsu Suning 1:1. Dai Wai Tsun set up John Mary to equalize. Shenzhen hit the woodwork 3 times. The venue, Dalian youth training center, whose drainage system worked well, will be used for the postponed Shenhua vs Henan Jianye on Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/74S84T1xad — Titan Sports Plus (@titan_plus) August 24, 2020 The 21-year-old also notched an assist against Shanghai Shenhua in a 3-2 defeat in the second game of the season as the team lost four games in a row after an opening win over Guangzhou R&F. Struggling Shenzhen sacked coach Roberto Donadoni to replace him with Jordi Cruyff. The former Netherlands international is in quarantine ahead of joining his side, who moved up to fifth, in the Dalian bubble. CSL officially announced Shanghai Shenhua vs Henan Jianye, due to kickoff at 18:00(UCT+8), is postponed to the day after tomorrow. It will kickoff at 15:00 Wednesday afternoon. The pitch of Dalian Sports Center is drenched severely by torrential rain, which has lasted for hours. pic.twitter.com/VOsTgFsaqo — Titan Sports Plus (@titan_plus) August 24, 2020 Monday’s other game in Dalian between Shanghai Shenhua and Henan Jianye was postponed until Wednesday because of torrential rain in the city. That game was set to be played at a different venue, the Dalian Sports Centre rather than the Youth Training Centre which hosted the later game between Shenzhen and Jiangsu. Several venues have had to be rotated as pitches have been affected by both the weather and overuse. Torrential rain in Dalian has affected the schedule in the coastal city, with matches either delayed or postponed because of waterlogged pitches.