Fujian coach Gong Songlin emphasized the role defense played in his side's victory.
In the Shaanxi charity football tournament, Wang helped her teammates collect more than three million yuan (around 440,000 million U.S. dollars) to support the education of poor students in the province.
"Starting a qualifying tournament with a win gives us motivation and desire to work even harder to make sure that we continue on this path," he added.
He admits to entering a new world as "it is a significant step from Formula two to one. We speak about a time difference of 11 to 12 seconds."
Players and clubs have to deal with a growing number of games, leaving no space for recovery and developing training sessions.
Wang pocketed a game-high 20 points for Fujian, who also got help from Wei's 19 and Sun Mengzhu's 13.
The fifth-ranked team will advance to an inter-continental playoff over two legs. Enditem
Media and pundits such as Lothar Matthaeus blame Loew for tactical mistakes.
The 35-year-old small forward posted a game-high 43 points in a rare 45 minutes of play.
"I also had a lot of days in my recovery when I wondered how I was going to play football again, but there were also good days that I'll never forget, such as starting to walk and it not hurting and then being able to run and in my first game back I scored after just 25 seconds."
Trailing at 76-79 in overtime, Tianjin's Zhao Fangxin got three free throws at the stroke of the final whistle, but she missed all of them and saw the chance slip away.