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South China and Citizen took on each other in Kowloon Bay Park on late Sunday afternoon, fighting for the final berth in the FA Cup quarter-final. South China managed just enough to narrowly scrap past the stubborn Citizen, winning the match with a 1:0 score.
Wong Tai Sin and Southern met up on Sunday afternoon with the hope of playing their way into the FA Cup quarter-final. Wong Tai Sin took advantage of goals from Li Jian and Alessandro Leonardo and came out on top against Southern in a 2:0 victory.
Eastern hosted Kitchee on Saturday evening for the lone BOCG Life Hong Kong Premier League fixture a hectic weekend in local football. Kitchee managed to send its travelling supporters home in delight by overcoming fellow title-chaser Eastern in an impressive 4:0 victory.
YFCMD and Sun Pegasus met up on Saturday afternoon in Kowloon Bay Park, both looking to punch their tickets for the FA Cup quarter-final. The two sides could not solve each other within regulation time and not even extra-time provided the solution. At the end, it was YFCMD who advanced to the next round through sudden-death penalty shootout, defeating Sun Pegasus in a thrilling 1:1 (5:4) win.
I-Sky Yuen Long and Shatin faced off in Tsing Yi Sports Ground on early Saturday afternoon for a quarter-final berth in the FA Cup. I-Sky Yuen Long fell behind early in the game but managed to show its premier league class by storming from behind to defeat Shatin in a 4:1 victory, advancing to the quarter-final of the FA Cup.
It is a rarity for players to stay with one club for more than a decade in modern football. That was why when news first broke out about South China’s long-serving left-back Kwok Kin-pong was loaned out by the club to, of all places arch-rival Eastern, it understandably sent a shockwave to local football fans.