LAHORE Pakistan Whites hockey team won the gold medal of 11th South Asian Games hockey event after beating India on penalty strokes by 5-4 in the final match in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday. According to the information received from Dhaka, at the end of the first half India was leading by one goal to nil. Asheesh of India scored the goal on penalty corner. In the second half Pakistans Wasif Siddique leveled the goal on penalty corner. At full time the match remained 1-1 draw. In the extra time both of the teams did not succeed in scoring the golden goal. The match was decided on penalty strokes and finally Pakistan won the match by 5-4. Goal Keeper Imran Butt saved the last stroke. President Pakistan Hockey Federation Qasim Zia, Secretary Muhammad Asif Bajwa, Olympian Rana Mujahid Ali and members of the national selection committee congratulated the Pakistan team on this memorable victory. Pakistan beat Nepal in thriller to grab bronze in T20 cricket Pakistan tail-enders held their nerves under a tense situation to claim the bronze medal in T20 cricket of the 11th South Asian Games when they registered a narrow two-wicket victory over fighting Nepal at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Sunday. Pradeep Airfe smashed a solid unbeaten 52 off 45 balls with four boundaries and one six and Gayandera Malla blasted 30 in 25 balls with two 4s and two 6s, as batting first, Nepal collected a competitive 147 for the loss of six wickets in 20 overs. Spinners Kamran Hussain and Nayyar Abbas took two wickets apiece. Pakistan, in reply, cruised to victory with three balls remaining. Pacer Junaid Khan hit his Nepal counter-part for a boundary and took two runs on the next ball to seal victory but not before the hiccups. Rameez Alam also scored a match winning unbeaten 33 in 29 balls with one boundary to steer his team to victory. Shoaib Khaliq hit a sparkling 30 in 20 balls, striking two boundaries. Nepal opening bowler Chandra Saud caused much of the trouble in Pakistan batting by grabbing three wickets for 19 runs in a three-over spell. Summarised scores: Nepal: 147-6 in 20 overs (Pradeep Airfe 52 not out, Gayaendra Malla 30, Subash Khakureli 25, Anil Mandal 20, Kamran Hussain 2-21, Nayyar Abbas 2-33). Pakistan: 148-8 in 19.3 overs (Rameez Alam 33 not out, Shoaib Khaliq 30, Nayyar Abbas 21, Chandra Saud 3-19, Gayandra Malla 2-20). Meanwhile, Pakistans Zafar Iqbal and Mohsin Ali emerged as the stars of day for Pakistan by grabbing gold medals in the track and field events of the 11th South Asian Games at Bangabandhu, National Stadium here on Sunday. Zafar Iqbal showed his class in the triple jump by a superb effort of 16.5 metres to beat Indian rival by nearly three quarters of a metre to pick up the second athletics gold after Basharat Ali took the discus gold on Saturday for Pakistan. Mohsin Ali displayed his brilliance in the 110-metre hurdles by clocking the distance in 14.56 seconds beating his Indian opponent Sandeep Parmer by nearly five metres. Muthuswamy took the bronze for India. Besides Zafar and Mohsins superlative performance, Muhammad Imran excelled in the javelin throw by securing a silver medal by throwing the javelin 73.38 to content with silver medal. Kashinnath Naik of India took the gold and his compatriot Samarjeet Singh a bronze medal. Pakistan quartet of Naseem Hamid, Javaria Hassan, Nazia Nazir and Sadaf Siddiqui won the 4x100 relay race by covering the distance in 47.16 seconds. India took the gold and Bangladesh silver medal. Following are results: Triple Jump: Zafar Iqbal (Pakistan) 16.5 m Surab (India) 15.27 m Nishan Kumara (Sri Lanka) 15.19 m 110 m Hurdles: Mohsin Ali (Pakistan) 14.56 sec Sandeep Parmer (India) 14.76 sec P Muthuswamy (India) 14.88 sec Javelin throw: Kashinnath Naik (India) 74.27 m Muhammad Imran (Pakistan) 73.38 m Samarjeet Singh (India) 71.65 m Meanwhile, Pakistans Muhammad Ali and Omer Khan scooped up gold medals in their respective weight categories in the 11th Asian Games Wrestling Championship at Kabbadi Stadium here on Sunday. Muhammad Ali of Lahore, who was wrongly detained overnight at the Zia International Airport on arrival from Pakistan for mistaken identity as expected retained his gold in 74 kg class by overcoming the anxiety and trauma he suffered during the unfortunate incident. Showing superb technique and tactics he outclassed his Afghan rival Noor Ahmad Ahmeadi in the final. Like Muhammad Ali his team-mate Muhammad Omer confirmed his class in the 96 kg when he defeated his Indian rival Praveen Tehlan in the final.