KARACHI - Pakistan's Majid Ali notched his second win in the 13th Asian Under21 Snooker Championship by handing out a 4-0 drubbing to Chang Yu Kiu of Hong Kong in Goa (India) on Tuesday.

Country's junior number two, Majid Ali made a smart break of 67 in the fourth frame in during his commanding 64-08, 55-21, 58-17, 69-15 victory. Upcoming Majid earlier made a brilliant debut by hammering Thai cueist on Monday. Like Majid, National Junior Champion Hunain Aamir also made a winning start when defeated Lalit Dhaiya of India 4-3 in a fully extended seven frame contest.

Hunian recovered from 1-2 deficit to beat Dhaiya 68-33, 08-83, 26-59, 68-59, 71-09, 44-55, 86-61 which included a break of 54 in the fifth frame. Dhaiya compiled the break of 73 in second frame.

The match was locked 3-all at one stage but Hunain kept his nerves in pressure situation to win the decider 86-21. Talented Hunain Aamir will face Humaras Marcus Lim of Singapore on Wednesday while Majid clash Slyavosh Mozayani of Iran on

Thursday. Hunain will be up against World Champion Hussein Vafaei Ayouri of Iran on Friday.