LAHORE Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq hammered 30-ball 60 as Lahore Lions registered three-run win over Abbottabad Falcons in the second match of the National Twenty20 Cup here at the Gaddafi Stadium on Sunday. Though Razzaq was the hero of the Lions, it was Ahmed Shah who with his unbeaten 54 nearly snatched away the match from the Lions hands. Razzaq came to the crease after Lions were down by three for 37 and with their captain Muhammad Yousuf lofting an easy catch it was left to the all-rounder to lift the total to 165 for six in 20 overs. Ahmed Shahzad (35), Nasir Jamshed (16) and Raza Ali Dar (28) were also handy with the bat for the Lions. Junaid Kahn and Yasir Shah with two wickets each remained in the line to check the Lions batsmen while Ahmed Jamal had one. In reply, Falcons, apart from Wajid Ali and Ahmed Said failed to come among runs. This fifth wicket partnership produced 82 runs to send shivers in Lions ranks and it was Aizaz Cheema who not only broke the partnership but took two back-to-back wickets of Wajid (39) and Khalid Usman for duck to bring Lions back in the game. However, Ahmed Said held the innings together and completed his half-century in 39 balls but his team fall short by three runs and made 162 for seven in the 20th over. Cheema led the attack with three wickets while Shabbir Ahmed and Razzaq shared two and one wickets respectively.