Former Manchester United star Marouane Fellaini was Shandong Luneng’s hero once more in the Chinese Super League on Wednesday, scoring an 83rd-minute winner from the penalty spot. The 32-year-old Belgian proved again that he is feeling no ill effects from the coronavirus as he climbed off the bench to give Shandong a 2-1 win over Henan Jianye. The midfielder, who was rested at the start but came on for the second half, squeezed in his spot-kick despite goalkeeper Wu Yan getting a hand to it. Fellaini helped save the blushes of former Southampton striker Graziano Pelle, who saw his penalty saved by Wu on 72 minutes. Former Chinese Super League striker Demba Ba calls on football to condemn Uygur treatment Fellaini, who in March became the first reported case of coronavirus in the CSL, has now scored four goals in six games in the delayed season. He scored a hat-trick of headers in just eight minutes as Shandong stormed back to beat Rafael Benitez’s Dalian Pro in their opening match of the campaign. Midfielder Moises had given Shandong the lead with a stunning 13th-minute volley from outside the box before Henan levelled through his fellow Brazilian Henrique Dourado. Shandong top their group of eight teams by a point from reigning champions Guangzhou Evergrande, but Fabio Cannavaro’s side have a game in hand. Later, Guangzhou R&F secured a second straight win in a 3-2 win against Shanghai Shenhua, who fell to fourth place in group A. Eran Zahavi struck twice to hand R&F the lead, with fellow Israeli Dia Saba extended the lead the three before half-time. Shenhua attempted the comeback in the second period, with strikes from Xinli Peng and Gio Moreno but eventually succumbed to a second defeat of the season. Elsewhere on Wednesday, former Real Madrid midfielder Uli Stielike was sacked by Tianjin Teda, the second coaching casualty less than a month into the season. Tianjin, yet to win in five matches this term, said that the 65-year-old German will be replaced as coach by Wang Baoshan. The 57-year-old Chinese left Tianjin’s CSL rivals Henan Jianye ahead of the season, citing personal reasons. Hebei China Fortune get first win to leave Tianjin Teda bottom Stielike, who played more than 300 times for Real Madrid from 1977-1985, was in charge at Tianjin for nearly three years and saved them from relegation when he arrived. Before that he was coach of South Korea and was once Germany’s assistant manager. Tianjin, who saw former international striker Sandro Wagner return to Germany before a ball was kicked, have taken just one point from their opening five games. Roberto Donadoni, the AC Milan legend, was fired last week by Shenzhen after two wins in 14 games stretching back to last season. He will be replaced as Shenzhen coach by former Manchester United and Barcelona midfielder Jordi Cruyff.