ISLAMABAD Pakistans Aamir Atlas Khan and Yasir Ali Butt played to their potential and were agile in dashing the hopes of defending champions Malaysia with a clinical 2-0 verdict to regain the title after a gap of six years. Pakistan number one Aamir Atlas and his team-mate Yasir Butt toiled hard in the court to overcome their respective challengers in the final in the team event of the 15th Asian Mens Squash Championship 2010 at Chennai, India on Saturday. Aamir, who lost individual final against same rival some days back at same venue, displayed quality game. However, Yasir Ali Butt put Pakistan in the lead disposing of Ong Beng Hee, number two player of Malaysia 3-1 with the score-line of 11-5, 7-11, 11-4 and 11-4 while Atlas Khan sealed the issue with a brilliant display in getting the better of Asias top star Iskander in straight games 3-0 at 11-8, 11-9, 13-11. In the womens final, Joey Chan came from behind to beat Anaka Alakamony 7-11, 11-1, 11-9, 11-7 while Rebeca Chiu scored over Chinappa 11-7, 11-2, 11-5. Indias loss was mainly due to the fact that Chinappa was a mere onlooker most often when her rival Rebecca Chiu displayed fighting qualities in her straight games win to seal the title in Hong Kongs favour. Teams positions (Men): 1. Pakistan 2. Malaysia 3. India(3/4) 4. Kuwait(3/4) 5. Honk Kong, China 6. Japan 7. Korea 8. Sri Lanka 9. Singapore 10. Iran 11. Iraq 12. China 13. Chinese Taipei Team positions (women): 1. Hong Kong, China 2. India 3. Malaysia(3/4) 4. Korea(3/4) 5. Japan 6. China 7. Sri Lanka