LAHORE Army earned a revengeful 3-1 victory against Pakistan Air Force in the Pakistan Premier Football League at Qayyum Stadium, Peshawar on Thursday. In another match on Thursday, KRL drew Navy 1-1 at Municipal Stadium Rawalpindi. Army who suffered 0-1 defeat at the hands of PAF on the opening day, took sweet revenge within eight days with 3-1 win in the second leg between the two teams. Their star performer was 22 years old Muhammad Ikram. He shattered the defence of rival team with two sparkling goals in the 36th and 42nd minutes, leaving keeper Khalid Khan stranded on both occasions. Army led 2-0 at interval and they enhanced the lead further through Muhammad Imran. PAF struck face-saving goal through Muhammad Zeeshan. Zeeshan slammed the ball past keeper Mehmood Ahmed. It was Armys second win in the show and they joined leaders WAPDA, PEL and KESC on top of the League with seven points. KRL were forced to play another drawn game when Navy did well to halt them 1-1. International midfielder Mudassar Saeed (Rawalpindi) opened the deadlock after 0-0 first session. His sweetly-timed drive in the 66th minute proved too smart for seamens defence but Bilal levelled the issue in the 79th minute. Bilal utilized fine work of Nomi Martin and Asif Mehmood and when the ball came his way it was into the net leaving Mastung-born keeper Ghulam Nabi in no mans land. Navy is still winless while KRL managed five points in three matches.