LAHORE Colony Sugar broke the win streak of HSBC in a come-from-behind win in the final of the National Polo Championship for the Quaid-i-Azam Gold Cup at the Lahore Polo Club here on Sunday. The final, quite unexpectedly, was watched by a handsome crowd despite extraordinary security measures due to the arrival of the Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gillani who was the chief guest. HSBC led the match 8-6 when the fourth chukker ended and the general impression was that they would run away with the title but Fernando Quinto Bourdieu, who dealt the decisive blow, hit all the three goals of the fifth chukker. Incidentally, it was Fernando who had opened the match with two goals - a spot penalty for Colony Sugar and a long lofted shot giving his side the edge. When umpires awarded an undefended 30-yarder to HSBC, it was Tomas Pieres who hit their first goal to finish the first chukker at 2-1. Pakistan top-notch player Hissam Ali Hyder hit second goal for HSBC on a 60-yard penalty and in a repeat of the first chukker, Fernando first hit a spot penalty followed by a field goal off a long lofted shot. Tomas Pieres, in a replay, hit the undefended 30-yarder and the second chukker ended with 4-3 on scoreboard. Hissam showed his prowess with the mallet with a field goal after a long chase leveling the match for the first time. Fernando converted a 60-yarder and Naveed M Sheikh added a field goal for Colony Sugar. Tomas Pieres continued the practice of hitting the last goal of the chukker -this time concluding the third chukker with a field goal off a long-lofted shot. With 6-5 score, it was anybodys game when the fourth chukker started and Tomas Pieres brought the odds well in favour of HSBC with two flawless 30-yard penalty hits. Hissam, on his part, hit a field goal after a long chase and HSBC were well in the lead (8-6) when the fourth chukker ended. Colony Sugar had an uphill battle at hand and Fernando lived up to his billing by adding three goals and intriguingly, converted his goals in almost the same fashion - first a spot penalty near the goalpost and then 60- yard penalty and finally, field goal. HSBC failed to score any goal in the final chukker. Simon Macleran Tosh and Julio Nevillo Astrada officiated the match. Earlier, in the match up for the third position, Tag Heuer-Army edged out Al Khan-Tip Moor by 9-8. Julio Neville Astrada hit six goals for the winning side. Tomas Pieres converted six goals for Al Khan Tip Moor. Tomas played for two teams on the final day and both the teams lost. It is worth a mention that Tomas Pieres replaced Gaston Moore who has been hospitalized due to food poisoning. Maj Isfandyar Pataudi hit two goals for the winning side. Simon Macleran and Vierree Antinoro served as umpires. In the end, chief guest, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani, distributed prizes among the participants. Teams: TAG HEUER - ARMY : Ibrahim Pataudi, Capt Shaukat Ali Malik, Julio Nevillo Astrada, Maj Gen Isfandiyar Ali Khan Pataudi. AL KHAN/TIP MOOR - UK: Dr. Iftikhar Ali Khan Simba, Bilal Haye, Ahmed Ali Tiwana, Tomas Piers. HSBC BANK: Sufi Muhammad Aamir, Hissam Ali Hyder, Tomas Pieres, Sufi Muhammad Haris. COLONY SUGAR: Naveed M Sheikh, Atif Yar Tiwana, Fernando Quinto Bourdieu, Saqib Khan Khakwani.