LAHORE - Skipper Arif Mehmoods strike on late spot-kick separated the two outfits as WAPDA managed their 11th win, edging out PEL 2-1 at Railway Stadium, Garhi Shahue, Lahore in the Pakistan Premier Football League clash. KRL maintained their grip on table leadership by outplaying PAF 3-1 at PAF Complex, Islamabad while Army-Navy clash at Army Sports Complex, Rawalpindi was postponed due to security reason. WAPDA were off to fine start against PEL in all-Lahore clash when Sialkot-born midfielder Zeeshan Javeds drive on free kick proved too good for keeper Saqib Hanif in the 23rd minute. Saqib was back to duty after playing as outfield player for PEL U-19 team in 20th National Youth Championship and winning top Scorer award. But PEL drew level shortly before interval when striker Asmat Ullah recorded his seventh goal of the event. He rose above everybody to head the ball in after left wing cross by Adil. PEL had to play the match without their head coach Asghar Khan Anjum, currently in Malaysia to perform duty in Group-A of the 14th Asian U16 Football Championship, and their stand-in coach Muhammad Illyas was satisfied man at interval as score was 1-1. PELs defence also blocked WAPDAs attacks in second session but Saqib was helpless when he faced Arif Mehmoods penalty-kick as the ball went past him from 85th minute penalty kick, giving Arif 17th goal of the event and WAPDA 2-1 win. WAPDA collected 35 points from 14 matches while PEL pocketed 15 points from 13 matches. PAF had tough time against KRL and went down 1-3. Winger Kalim Ullah opened scoring in the 12th minute but Kohat-born Amir Khan fired his first goal of the event to level the terms in the 43rd minute. It was 1-1 at interval but KRL took the game away. Defender Muhammad Ahmed went on an overlap to give KRL 2-1 lead in the 67th minute and it was left to lanky winger Qasim to drive the third goal. PAF managed 15 points from 14 matches while same number of points saw KRL accumulating 36 points. The Army-Navy clash, scheduled for 4 PM kick off, was called off due to security concern as two army soldiers have been killed Thursday morning as unknown armed miscreants opened fire on an army vehicle which was on its way in G-11 Sector in Islamabad. Law enforcing agencies have cordoned off the area including the soccer field at Rawalpindi Cantt. Army and Navy stood at 29 and 27 points respectively after 13 matches. Friday (23 Oct) Fixture: KESC v Afghan FC (DHA Stadium, Khayaban-e-Rahat, Phase 6, D.H.A, Karachi 4 PM), HBL v Nushki Baloch FC (Shadab Football Stadium, F.B Area, Karachi 4 PM), NBP v KPT (Korangi Baloch Stadium, Sharafi, Karachi 4 PM).