LAHORE: WAPDA stand on top in Pakistan Premier Football League (PPFL), while Lyallpur Club and Pakistan Air Force (PAF) are second and third, respectively.
Lyallpur Club and PAF have seven points each. Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority are fourth with six points.
WAPDA have 12 points, having played against Sui Southern Gas Company, PAF, Navy and Karachi United. Lyallpur Club and PAF have also played four matches.
The other teams in the event are Army, KRL, Muslim Club (Chaman), Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL), and Huma Club (Islamabad). SNGPL will meet Karachi United at Qasim Bagh Football Stadium on Thursday (today).
LAHORE: Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) president Ashfaq Hussain Shah and other officials have expressed deep grief and sorrow over the death of former coach Najeeb Ullah Najmi.
They prayed that Allah Almighty would reward him with a place in heaven and grant patience to his family.