The Navy’s dream of opening an account was again shattered by Southern Gas 5-2
KRL’s 6-0 win over Karachi United: Mohammad Waheed and Alamgir’s hat-trick for their respective teams
KRL’s joint first with 15 points, Southern Gas’s fourth position on a better goal average with 12 points.
The decisions of the two matches played last night in the seventh round of the 13th Pakistan Premier League were decided by a clear margin.
Star striker Alamgir Ali Khan also became the top scorer with 9 goals, scoring his second and seventh hat-trick in the event. The Pakistan Navy’s dream of opening an account was shattered when Head Ciach Tariq Lutfi, who won two gold medals as an assistant coach at the SAFE Games 2004 and 2006 by a 5-2 win over the Pakistan Navy despite a two-goal deficit and and reached the 4th position on better goal average with 12 points.
Muhammad Waheed completed his second hat trick in the event and came second in the list of top scorers with 8 goals. Both the winning teams did not have an impressive start in the event. KRL against Lyallpur FC played 0-0, as well as Northern Gas and CAA 1-1 while Southern Gas Company lost its first three matches. Pakistan WAPDA and Civil Aviation beat 1-0 and Pakistan Air Force thrashed them 2-1.
In the first match played in the flood lit of Qila Kohna Qasim Bagh Football Stadium under the auspices of Pakistan Football Federation and under the supervision of DFA Multan, Pakistan Navy made a very aggressive start against Southern Gas Karachi and remained in full swing in the first half took the lead in injury time (45 + 4) through Owais Gul. The Navy had a 1-0 lead at the break and immediately after the break, Mohammad Adil scored the second goal for the Pakistan Navy in the 46th minute to put the rival team in trouble. Made the deficit 1-2 And then Young International star scored two consecutive goals in the 75th and 77th minutes to give Southern Gas a 3-1 lead. Muhammad Lal’s goal in the 85th minute gave Southern Gas a 4-1 lead and in the very last moments (90 + 5). Muhammad Waheed not only extended his team’s lead to 5-2 by scoring the fifth goal for Southern Gas but also completed his hat-trick.
Defending champions KRL did not face any resistance against Karachi United. His star striker Alamgir Khan completed his hat trick by scoring three consecutive goals in the 13th, 23rd and 26th minutes. And Imran Khan in the 37th minute and 41 st minute 2 more goals gave them a 5-0 lead at the break. However, in the second half, Karachi United allowed him to score only one goal when Rajab Ali threw the ball into the net in the 68th minute. Karachi United is in 10th position with 6 points after playing 7 matches while Pakistan Navy is no points in its 6 matches.
Today (Saturday) Pakistan Army will face Sui Northern Gas.