LAHORE Army failed to complete double over Navy and suffered 0-1 defeat at Municipal Stadium in Rawalpindi while Nushki Baloch FC and NBP played a draw at Nushki Stadium, Nushki. Afghan notched their fourth win by inflicting 3-2 defeat to KESC at Jamal Nasir Stadium, Chaman. The Army-Navy affair was the second leg between two. In the first leg on September 18, Army won 1-0 and now the seamen took sweet revenge, levelling the term with identical 1-0 scoreline. Abdul Haq gave Navy scored the winning goal when angular drive went into left corner in the eighth minute. For the rest of 82 minutes, Army tried all out to restore parity but Navy defence halted all their surges. Army collected 10 points from six matches while Navy earned six points from five games. PFF League Champion 2008 Baloch FC and NBP were involved in dull, drabbed 0-0 affair with midfield skirmishes dominated the match. Baloch FC recorded eight points from five matches while 1993 NFCC Champion NBP had produced six points in same number of visits to the field. Afghan FC joined WAPDA on 13 points after beating KESC 3-2. Striker Moaz Khan landed the opener in the 37th minute following a fine work by winger and skipper Jadeed Khan. Midfielder Abdul Hadi consolidated the lead four minutes later from a free-kick as home team led 2-0 at interval. Jadeed thumped in the third goal after Abdul Nasir curled the ball from right wing in the 46th minute. KESC staged recovery to pull two goals. Aftab made it 1-3 in the 50th minute while Muhammad Rasool made it 3-2 in the 59th minute. KESC went all out for the third goal but keeper Abdul Ahad was equal to the task imposed on him by Afghan officials. Afghan recorded 13 points from five matches while KESC pocketed seven points from five matches. KPT lose points after goalless draw with PIA KPT dropped valuable points in the Pakistan Premier Football League after playing a goalless draw against star-studded PIA here the other day at Korangi Baloch Stadium, Sharafi. It was a tough contest between two equally balanced and talented teams. It was an exciting and fair contest. Timely warnings from the referee maintained the discipline amongst overly-aggressive players.