LAHORE -Well-built front-runner Muhammad Younus stole the limelight as Karachi proved too good for Northern Areas 7-1 in the fourth quarter-finals of National U13 Festival of Football 2009 last night at Lahore's well-known Model Town Football Academy (MTFA) Ground. "Karachi joined Sahiwal, Punjab and NWFP in the last four stage while Northern Areas, Sindh, Balochistan, AJK, MTFA, Wohaib FC, Dir, Sargodha had already been eliminated," said Organizing Secretary Mian Rizwan Ali who added that Final will be played on Friday. Under coaching of Nasir Ismail, Karachi took the command by earning 4-1 lead and added three more in the second session. Karachi opened the proceedings in whirlwind fashion getting the opener in the 95th seconds when central-defender Zafar Ahmed curled the ball in off a corner and Younus leapt high above everybody to head the ball past keeper Tehseen. It was 2-0 with four minutes when skipper Zain Ul Abedin punished a defensive blunder to steer the ball into right corner. Northertn Areas tried to make recovery and got penalty-kick in the 19th minute. Karachi's stopper Muhammad Junaid tripped NA's skipper Ashfaq Ahmed and referee Shahid Rashid pointed to the penalty-mark. Midfielder Adnan Iqbal made no mistake, slamming the ball past Nadir Ali. Karachi raised the tally to 3-1 in the 32nd minute when Vice Captain Nauman rifled the ball in from outside the area after NA's defenders failed to clear the right-wing corner. Two minutes later, Mehtab Murad utilized the double-minded NA's defence and made it 4-1. Karachi, rated as favourites of the event alongwith Sahiwal, led 4-1 at interval. The second session was clearly under the domination of Younus who completed sparkling hat-trick, completely mesmerizing the weak defence. He struck his second in the 38th minute, and completed well-earned hat-trick in the 61st minute to make it 6-1. Younus stroked his fourth and Karachi's seventh four minutes from time. Wednesday Fixture (Semi finals at MTFA Ground, Lahore): Punjab v NWFP (12.30 PM), Karachi v Sahiwal (2.30 PM).