KARACHI Wapda with 54 points is leading the Pakistan Premier Football League points table midway through the 16 team championship, according to official points table available here Tuesday. The power company is 13 points ahead of the second placed Army which have 41 points. Both the teams have played 22 matches. Wapda has 17 wins as against 12 for the soldiers. KRL one of the leading football departments have also played 22 games but is placed fourth on the ranking ladder with 36 points from 10 wins and six defeats. Multan-born international striker Arif Mehmood, only Pakistani to score hat-trick in the history of SAFF Championship, is looking for another Leading Scorer award in the Pakistan Premier Football League, it was learnt here Tuesday. WAPDAs popular spearhead struck 20 goals in the ongoing Pakistan Premier Football League that saw completion of 166 matches which produced 410 goals with Arif being the only player to reach 20s. Jadeed Khan (Afghan FC) and Muhammad Rasool (KESC) are far behind with 10 goals. Making international debut during Test Series in Sri Lanka 2002, he appeared in Under-17 Asian Championship, Under-20 Asian Championship 2002, 14th Asian Games 2002 and World Cup QR 2003. He pocketed gold in the 9th SAF Games 2004 and later on represented Pakistan in Taifs Islamic Games, Indo-Pak Series and SAFF Championship in 2005 and 14th Asian Cup Qualifiers in 2006. Arif was also leading marksman in the PPFL 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2009 while Imran Hussain (Army) and Muhammad Rasool (KESC) grabbed top scorer award in 2005 and 2008 respectively. Arif returned to international soccer after two years gap in 2008 and played in SAFF Championship and Malaysia friendly on October 10, 2008. Georg Kottan also picked him for Thailand Tour and SAFF Championship 2009. Twenty-six years old sharpshooter is also the only player of the PPFL to register two hat-tricks in ongoing show. Zafar Majeed (KPT), Jadeed Khan (Afghan FC), Khuda Bakhsh (WAPDA), Nomi Martin Gill (Navy), Muhammad Essa, Muhammad Rasool, Abdul Rehman (KESC), Muhammad Qasim (KRL) also recorded hat-tricks in the show. The 166 matches of the 240-match Pakistan Premier Football League had come to conclusion last night. The remaining 74 matches - 56 in Karachi, 10 in Chaman, eight in Nushki - will resume after Eid-ul-Azha at Karachi when on Wednesday, November 24, PIA will face Young Blood FC, Sahiwal at Korangi Baloch Stadium and SSGC will take on PMC Athletico Club Faisalabad at KPT Football Stadium, Karachi.