LAHORE Pakistani and Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) striker Safi Ullah Khan and Sri Lankans spearhead Kasun Jayasuriya (Ratnam Sports FC) finished as leading marksmen of third AFC Challenge Cup after the completion of qualifying and final phase. As many as 122 goals were scored in 39 matches of the biennial event plus Mongolia-Macau play-off from March 26 to April 30 2009. The AFC Challenge Cup is an international competition for emerging nations. The first tournament was hosted by Bangladesh in 2006. The 2008 and 2010 editions of the AFC Challenge Cup formed part of the qualifiers for the 2011 Asian Cup as winner of each edition qualify directly with India and North Korea being winners. Dir-born Safi, who made international debut during Indo-Pak Series 2005, is also among four hat-tricks makers in the event alongwith Kasun, Chen Po-liang (Chinese Taipei) and Dowletmyrat Ataew (Turkmenistan). Safi also finished as top scorer for KRL in recently-concluded KPT-PFF Cup and took the award from Sindh Sports Minister Dr. Muhammad Ali Shah and KPT Chairperson Nasreen Haque on 7 March 2010. He is also only player in Pakistan soccer history to score four goals in an international fixture, and he is also joined the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) AID-27 Financial Assistance Scheme following fine display in AFC C- Certificate Coaching Course at Iran and AFC Project Future Coaches program at Malaysia. All Scorers in 3rd AFC Challenge Cup 5: Safi Ullah Khan (Pakistan), Kasun Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) 4: Ibrahim Fazeel (Maldives), Ryang Yong-Gi (North Korea), Pai Soe (Myanmar), Berdy Samuradow (Turkmenistan) 3: Chen Po-liang (Chinese Taipei), Ali Ashfaq (Maldives), Dowletmyrat Ataew, Didarklyt Urazow (Turkmenistan), Choe Chol-Man (North Korea), Enamul Haque (Bangladesh) 2: Adnan Ahmed (Pakistan), Rohana Ruwanthilake, Sanjeev Shanmugarajah (Sri Lanka), Huang Wei-Yi (Chinese Taipei), Mirlan Murzaev (Kyrgyzstan), Chan Kin Seng (Macau), Yaza Whin Thein, Myo Min Tun (Myanmar), , Mohamed Hossain (Bangladesh), , Mekan Nasyrow, Arif Mirzoew (Turkmenistan), Chad Gould (Philippines), Choe Myong-Ho, Pak Song-(North Korea) Fatkhullo Fatkhuloev, Numonjon Hakimov, Yusuf Rabiev, Ibrahim Rabimov (Tajikistan) , MSmmedaly Garadanow (Turkmenistan) 1: Mohamed Asmeer, (Sri Lanka), Kamarul Ramlee (Brunei Darussalam), Han Chang, Kuo Chun-yi (Chinese Taipei), Atif Bashir, Jadeed Khan (Pakistan), Biraj Maharjan (Nepal), Said Al-Sobhaki (Palestine), Leong Chong, Che Chi Man (Macau), Murun Altankhuyag, Lumbengarav Donorov (Mongolia), Teab Vathanak, Keo Sokngorn (Cambodia), Khin Maung Lwin, Pyaye Phyo OO, (Myanmar) ,Hassan Al Mamun, Mohammed Zahid Hossain, Rahaman Meshu (Bangladesh), Mukhthar Naseer, Mohamed Umair (Maldives), Gahrymanberdi onkaew, Edward Quimson, Ruslan Mingazow, Arslanmyrat Amanow, Begli Nurmyradow (Turkmenistan), Alexander Borromeo (Philippines), OG (Macaus Geofredo de Sousa Cheung for Mongolia), Denzil Franco (India), Kim Seong-Yong, Pak Kwang-Ryong, Ri Chol-Myong (North Korea), Ildar Amirov, Anton Zemlianuhin (Kyrgyzstan), Kyaw Thi Ha, Tun Tun Win, Yan Paing (Myanmar), Philip Dalpethado, Mohammed Kaiz, Chathura Wellala Hettige (Sri Lanka).