LAHORE - Pakistan hockey team banking on the guiles of forward Rehan Butt produced a comprehensive 6-3 win over New Zealand in their second match of the Azlan Shah Cup on day two at Ipoh, Malaysia on Friday. According to reports received here, Rehan made a great impact in the 17th edition of the Azlan Shah Cup with four goals while Muhammad Saqlain and Shakeel Abbas shared one each that trashed New Zealand. Kiwi striker Phillip Burrows was the first to open the scoring in the sixth minute. Pakistan were relentless and had firm grip over New Zealand though they were down 0-1 by the sixth minute. New Zealand skipper Phillip Burrows' reverse stick attempt was like a training show, but Pakistan goalkeeper Salman Akbar failed to stop the floating attempt. That raised Pakistan tempo  a great deal, and they nailed in the equaliser. After a cross from Muhammad Saqlain, Rehan was the first to open up from Pakistan side in the 11th minute that also brought teams on lever terms. Shakeel Abbasi made it two for Pakistan in the 14th minute and Muhammad Saqlain extended the lead to three-one in the 28th minute, pushing the fast moving Kiwis to defensive. In all the goals that were scored thus far, Rehan, Shakeel and Saqlain were instrumental with their coordinated efforts. Two minutes later, Rehan came with another stunner but Hayden Shaw brought two back-to-back goals in the 33rd and 47th minutes though he steadied things a bit for Kiwis. But Rehan had different plans, as he scored his hat-trick off a goalmouth melee that took Pakistan further ahead. Still in the lead of 4-3, Pakistan's forward did not stop for that and went for more in which Rehan along with other strikers kept pushing inside New Zealand danger zone. And at last Rehan was successful in locating an opening twice in 10 minutes. He first pushed the ball in the 60th minute and then nine minutes later in the 69th tick went for the last bang. Earlier on day-one, Pakistan beat hosts of the cup Malaysia 3-2 and with this latest win, the green shirts have moved to top of the table with six points. In another match, Canada beat Belgium by a solitary goal. The lone-goal of the match was produced by Canada's Matthew Guest in the 50th minute of the game. Both the teams have qualified for the Beijing Olympics, as Canada beat Argentina in the Pan-American Games while Belgium defied the odds to beat world No 1 Germany in the European Championships bronze medal fight. As for Belgium, it was their second defeat, as they lost 2-1 to Argentina on Thursday. Pakistan will take on Argentina on May 11 after a rest day today. AFP adds: The first match of the day was delayed for more than one hour as torrential rain flooded the artificial pitch at the Azlan Shah Stadium. When the game was finally played it was Canada's Matthew Guest who scored the winner in the 50th minute. The North Americans, in their first match of the tournament, came agonisingly close to increasing their lead but poor finishing was their bane. It was Belgium's second defeat of the tournament, as they lost 2-1 to Argentina on Thursday. Argentina, who will take part in the Champions Trophy in the Netherlands in June, hammered India 5-1 to chalk up their second consecutive win in the tournament Friday. Facundo Callioni scored two goals, while the remaining three were scored by Pedro Ibarra, Tomas Argento and Juan Martin Lopez. Sandeep Singh was India's only scorer. The tournament will continue on Sunday when Canada play India, Malaysia take on New Zealand while Pakistan meet Argentina.