KARACHI National Bank of Pakistan opened their campaign in KPT PFF Football cup in style when they thrashed Habib Bank 5-0 in Group-A at KPT-Benazir Complex and Navy playing at Pakistan Steel Town ground breezed through to 2-0 win over NWFP in Group-C clash here on Wednesday in the 16-team championship which rolled off at a colorful ceremony at the sponsors ground a day earlier. The NBP had complete command over the match right from the word go and took 2-0 lead by 28th minute and added two more in the closing stages of first half. Midfielder Abbas Ali landed opener in the 17th minute when his angular drive proved too tricky for HBLs keeper Sajid. It was 2-0 in the 28th minute when central-defender Adil Ahmeds scorching 40-metre drive, took deflection, sent Sajid on wrong foot and went into right corner. Though seasoned stars Bilal, Ishtiaq and Khayal Muhammad led the attacking line, but HBL failed to create any impression on NBPs keeper Nadeem Sattar. A stunning 44th minute goal enhanced the NBP lead to 3-0 when on the edge of the area, midfielder Wasim Qadir back-heeled the ball to skipper Abdul Aziz who rocketed the ball into right corner. Deep into injury time of first half, the right flanked corner by Abbas Ali eluded every one and landed behind keeper. NBP led 4-0 at interval. NBP maintained their game plan in second session and in the 69th minute, Farooq Shah and Abbas Ali piled pressure on HBL defence and Azizs drive saw HBL stopper Adil Sakhi turning the ball into his own net. It was big disappointment for Qadeer Khan-led HBL who suffered frustration of conceding 0-5 defeat. The lovely arena of Quaid-i-Azam soccer field, inside Pak Steel Township hosted tough Navy-NWFP clash. The tense but clean struggle saw the two equally balanced outfits made several inroads but without success. There was no scoring in the first half and it was disturbing situation for Ishaq Ahmed-led Navy during interval briefing. The seamen showed more perfection in second session and finally ended the goal drought when Asif Baksh surged them ahead with 75th minute goal. Bakash was in action again ten minutes later when he cut in from left flank and dragged the ball past onrushing keeper Sajjad.