SINGAPORE - Resurgent Pakistan football team surprised the Pool B leader China by holding them to a goal-less draw here in their second match of the Asian Youth Games round of matches for the preliminaries that kicked off at Temasek Polytechnic Ground on Monday. Pakistan team which lost its opening match to Korea 0-2, to the surprise of all, held China for full 70 minutes to gain a point in the leaderboard. It was in fact an entertaining match as both sides had their fair share of chances at their opponent's goal but poor finishing resulted in entertaining draw. However, that wasteful finishing meant that despite a quite a number of attacking chances, the game remained scoreless as the final whistle sounded. Goalkeeper Ahsan Ullah stood like a solid defence under the bars and prevented all the attempts made by THE Chinese attack. Chinese coach Zhu Jinxing lamented his boys' missed chances. He said, "I'm happy because we defended well (which is an improvement from the last match). But we need to learn more. We were too wasteful today." His compatriot at the other camp, Muhammad Rashid, was equally disappointed as he said, "It was a fair game and a good result for us. I'm disappointed with the missed chances though." China now lead the group on four points while Pakistan earned their first point of the campaign and remain in third position. Pakistan will now play Myanmar on June 24 at the same venue.