LAHORE - The Pakistan Premier Football League saw the completion of two matches at Karachi, it was learnt here Tuesday. Nine-men NBP put up courageous display to hold Navy 1-1 at Peoples Sports Complex, Mauripur Road, Lyari Town. Meanwhile, PIA won the match against Afghan on default at KPT - Benazir Sports Complex, West Wharf Road, Kharadar, Karachi. Chaman outfit had to reach the venue two hours before kick off 2:30 pm time but they failed to do so and PPFL Technical Officials had no alternative but to issue walk over decision. The teams not reaching the venue at given kick-off time will be required to forfeit that match with 0-3 scoreline. PIA collected 50 points in 27 matches while Afghans secured 39 in 28 outings. The match was postponed on November 15 when a strike was observed in Chaman in response to a call by Apac in protest against the murder of ANP leader Sardar Haji Jilani Khan Achakzai. NBP-Navy tie was the match between two teams who lost the chances of getting top three spot. Both completed 28 matches with Navy grabbed 42 points as compared to NBPs 30. Wapda had already clinched the event grabbing 67 points in 27 matches so far. Army are in second berth with 52 points, followed by KESC, KRL in 51 points. PIA and KPT have 47 points and are in fifth and sixth spot. Navy were the first to settle down but miscued chances in the first nine minutes through Naveed and Abdul Haq. NBP came back and got the golden opportunity of taking lead. Referee Jehangir Khan penalized defender Muhammad Ramzan for 18th minute hand ball and international midfielder Abdul Aziz did the needful from resultant penalty kick by whipping the ball past skipper and goal keeper Ishaq Ahmeds left hand.