LAHORE - Faisalabad's front-runner Muhammad Bilal completed hat-trick in 22-minute spell as Pakistan thrashed Sri Lanka 8-0 put up in AFC U13 Festival of Football (South Asia Region) 2009 on Saturday morning. It was third of three matches for Pakistan in Format-Two matches at Sari, located in the north of Iran, near the Caspian Sea. Pakistan have mixed note event in Format-One clashes as they won three and lost as many matches while in Format-Two games they thrashed Bhutan and Sri Lanka by identical scorelines of 8-0 and lost to Iran 0-2. Pakistan slammed four goals in each session giving no room to Lankans who even failed to snatch consolation goal. Both Pakistani keepers were also acrobatic below cross piece with Usman Khan in first half, and Hassan Mujtaba in second. It turned out to be biggest-ever win for Pakistan in all form of international soccer activity against Sri Lanka. Pakistan have a brilliant record against Lankans in the history of AFC-controlled Boys Football Festival as they won seven of the ten matches played between two countries in last four years. Pakistan defeated them four times during Dhaka 2005 and Islamabad 2006, followed by 2-1 and 1-0 win under Nasir Ismail at Dhaka 2007 and Tehran 2008 respectively. Fast-moving Bilal gave Pakistan fifth minute lead after Pakistan missing two sitters in the initial period. Mudassar Iqbal, Sargodha's wing full back, went on an overlap to make it 2-0 nine minutes later. It was Mudassar's first goal of the event. Bilal showed fine finishing power in the final five minutes of first session to complete hat-trick, beating Lankans defence in the 25th and 27th minute with superb skill. Pakistan led 4-0 at interval. Salman Tiwana, with his second strike of event, made it 5-0 in the 40th minute off Haider Ali's right wing cross, followed by spearhead Younus Saeed's double-strike that enhanced scoreline to 7-0. Younus fired his first off Salman's pass in the 42nd minute and his second in the 51st minute with flick-on header off a corner. Winger Rashid Noor, who played vital part when Sahiwal won the National U13 Championship earlier this year, rounded off the tally in the 55th minute with well-flighted kick past Lanka's keeper. Pakistan wrapped up the event with fantastic 8-0 win over Sri Lankan their last match in the event.