LAHORE Nasrullah Khan-led Quetta Zorawar led the points table after completion of three matches of second edition of Super Football League (SFL) at Karachis Peoples Sports Complex, Mauripur Road, Lyari Town. Their resounding 3-0 win over Lahore gave them top position in 23-match event. They managed three points, followed by holders Islamabad United 2, Karachi Energy, Tribe FC Peshawar 1 while Lahore Lajpaal yet to open account. Quetta outfit, under coaching of former National coach Akhtar Mohiuddin, gave no room to Lahore with skipper Nasrullah in fine touch. In fact, PIA playmaker Nasr gave Quetta the lead in the 30th minute when Referee Sattar Badini penalised handball infringement and pointed to the spot for Nasr to do the rest. Quetta led 1-0 at interval. Midfieldfer Jadid Khan Pathan doubled the lead in the 61st minute and midfielder from WAPDA Mehmood Ali landed the third in the 74th minute to seal a comfortable 3-0 victory. Meanwhile, Islamabad have yet to show full command under Muhammad Qasim and drew both their matches with identical scoreline of 2-2 against Karachi Energy and Peshawars Tribe FC. Islamabad staged recovery in second session to drew 2-2 with Karachi who took the initiative in the 20th minute through spearhead Shakir Lashari who dribbled past a row of defenders and nestled the ball cleverly into the far post. Karachi kept tight control and two-times SAF Games Gold Medallist midfielder Abdul Aziz enhanced the scoreline 2-0 with a piercing drive from 25 metre in the 41st minute. After the breather, Islamabad United landed two goals inside 20 minutes to draw level. Karachi Energy conceded own goal when Islamabads midfielder Tauseefs attempt glanced stopper Akber Ali in the 59th minute and went into cage. In the 79th minute defender Muhammad Ramzan ensured a crucial point for Islamabad when he converted a penalty. Against Tribe FC, Islamabads midfielder Yasir Afridi gave a fiery start to title holders when he converted a fine move in the sixth minute. Muhammad Qasim doubled the lead four minutes later with a solo spurt. But Tribe FC Peshawar reduced the deficit six minutes before interval when Ibrar Ullahs short-range drive went into the net and soon after the interval, Sohail Khan landed equalizer for 2-2 scoreline. Coming Matches: June 17: Quetta Zorawar v Tribe FC Peshawar - 10 PM June 18: Lahore Lajpaals v Islamabad United - 11.55 PM June 20: Karachi Energy v Quetta Zorawar - 1.30 PM June 25: FC Peshawar v Lahore Lajpaals - 10 PM June 26: Islamabad United V Quetta Zorawar - 10 PM June 27: Karachi Energy v Tribe FC Peshawar - 12.30 PM July 02: Karachi Energy v Lahore Lajpaals - 10 PM July 03: Islamabad United v Tribe FC Peshawar - 11 PM July 04: Quetta Zorawar v Karachi Energy - 1.30 PM July 09: Lahore Lajpaals v Quetta Zorawar - 10 PM July 10: Karachi Energy v Islamabad United - 11 PM July 11: Lahore Lajpaals v Tribe FC Peshawar - 1.30 PM July 16: Quetta Zorawar v Islamabad United - 10 PM July: Tribe FC Peshawar v Karachi Energy - 10 PM July 18: Islamabad United v Lahore Lajpaals - 1.30 PM July 23: Tribe FC Peshawar v Quetta Zorawar - 10 PM July 24: Lahore Lajpaals v Karachi Energy - 10 PM Elimination Phase July 27: Rank 1 Team v Rank 4 Team (A) - 10 PM July 28: Rank 2 Team v Rank 3 Team (B) - 10 PM July 31: FINAL (Winner A v Winner B) - 11 PM