KARACHI - Shabbir Iqbal of Islamabad justified the tag as  Pakistan's Tiger Woods when he shot six under 66 in second round to finish nine under 135 on the second day of the RS.650,000 prize carrying MCB 10th Sindh Open Golf here at Arabian Country Club course on Thursday. Recently a member of the national golf selection committee Asad IA Khan a former amateur national star while praising Shabbir Iqbal's exploits in recently held CNS open and Bolan open had described the golfer as Pakistan's Tiger Woods for his twelve under title winning score at the CNS and staggering sixteen under at Bolan open at Quetta. Iqbal, who fired three under 69 in first round, improved in second when he shot six under 66 to build a four stroke lead over his nearest rival Matloob Ahmed of Gymkhana who can stop him from winning. Matloob Ahmed finished second with an aggregate of five under 139 after hitting sub par for the second day. He had carded two under 70 in first round and improved that performance when he hit three under 69 in second. First round leader Sajjad Khan after brilliant first round of five under 67 faltered badly to score two over 74 and finished the day at three under 141 sharing joint third position with Muhammad Muneer (72-69). Defending champion Amjad Yousuf who had finished on 12th rung in first round slumped further to finish 21. He succeeded in making the top thirty cut who would be vying for cash prizes. He has played one over 73 in first round and logged four over 76 in the second to finish five over 149. With final third round to be played on Friday Shabbir Iqbal look sure to clinch the top title. On second day of the event Ghani Khan of Ufone retained the senior professional's event with score of 140 Manzoor Ahmed of Punjab Police secured 2nd position with score of 145 and M. Rafique of Lahore Gymkhana with 146 strokes stood 3rd. In amateur category M. Safdar of Gujranwala was leading with score of 147 Gross, while Aadil Jahangir of Lahore Gymkhana and Sajid Khan of Arabian Sea Country Club were jointly placed on 2nd spot with score of 150.