Khan Research Laboratories (KRL), Afghan Club Chaman and National Bank of Pakistan opened their Premier League campaign with a win on the opening day. In a match between Baloch FC and KRL…
Khan Research Laboratories won the NBP 21st National Challenge Cup beating KESC in the final on Wednesday. KRL clinched the title by 1-0 difference and the all important goal of the match…
LAHORE – Four matches were decided in the 21st NBP Football Cup in Faisalabad on Tuesday as KRL and PIA topped their groups. KRL maintained a 100 percent record in Group B with their third straight win. They gave no chance to Pakistan Air Force with a convincing 3-0 win at Bohranwali Ground. KRL’s Saad Ullah struck in the 67th minute after lanky winger Muhammad Qasim opened the scoring in the 25th minute. KRL led 1-0 at interval and striker Kalim Ullah rounded off the tally in the
LAHORE – KRL, HBL, PIA, KPT forced their way into quarter-finals, as four more matches were decided in the 21st National Bank Football Cup at two venues of Faisalabad on Sunday.
KRL got rid of HBL 2-0, while PIA and KPT struggled to beat Police and PTV respectively in Group-C. Police went down 1-2 at the hands of PIA at Bohranwali Ground and once again winger Zafar Majeed became the hero of KPT’s 1-0 win over Pakistan Television at PMC Ground.
His goal in the final minute of
LAHORE – New head coach of Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) football team Tariq Lutfi has played down his team’s ‘favorites’ tag, insisting he will only be able to assess his side’s chances after their opener in Group B of the 21st NBP Football Cup.
KRL will be aiming to compete a hat-trick of triumphs after golds at Hyderabad 2009 and Multan 2010. The NBP Cup will run from April 14 to27 at Faisalabad’s Bohranwali Ground and PMC Ground.Pakistan’s No 2 team KRL are placed in a
LAHORE – Khan Research Laboratories defeated Lahore Lions by 45 runs in the One-Day National Cup (Division -II) here at the LCCA ground on Thursday.
Put into bat, KRL scored 269 for nine in 50 overs. They mainly banked on the batting of Muhammad Idris and Ali Khan while getting little support from Yasir Arafat and Asif Mahmood.
Lahore Lions could muster 224 runs in 49.2 overs and lost the match despite a century from Saad Nasim while no other player supported him.
LAHORE – Kahuta-based Khan Research Laboratories maintained their reputation as one of the top teams of Pakistan as they finished second in the League after a goal-less draw with PIA at Sharafi Goth’s Korangi Baloch Stadium.
KRL, under Samar Ishaq, were in need of a draw and they accomplished the task. They earned 58 points in their 30 allotted matches with a goal count of 37-16, while PIA completed their quota of the matches to finish third with 57 points, despite scoring 49
LAHORE – KESC lost to KRL 0-1 in 234th match of the Pakistan Premier Football League at the People’s Sports Complex, Karachi on Monday.
Both the teams completed 29 matches and KRL captured 57 points in comparison to KESC’s 52. KRL also defeated KESC 3-0 in the first leg at Rawalpindi in October 2010.
The precious goal for KRL was scored by Chaman-born front runner Kalim Ullah in the 21st minute. This was his fourth goal of the event. Kalim is showing fine display for KRL
LAHORE: Khan Research Laboratories defeated Lahore Ravi by nine wickets here on the final day of the Division-II Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match at the LCCA Ground on Sunday. KRL bowled Lahore twice after forced the losers to follow on in the first innings. KRL made 247 in their first innings and Muhammad Imran, Rahat Ali restricted them to 75 runs in 31 overs. In their follow-on, Lahore managed 217 runs.
KRL batsmen had to chase mere 46 runs to win the match and they got that in 8.2
LAHORE: Khan Research Laborites made steady progress on the opening day of the eighth round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Division-II match against Lahore Ravi here at the LCCA Ground on Friday.
Ali Naqvi and Ali Khan stabilized the innings after early jolts from Shabbir Ahmed who took three wickets while Asif Ashfaq also troubled KRL batsmen. He took two wickets. Ali Anqvi held the innings together from the top by scoring 59 runs and later Ali Khan from down the order added 78
LAHORE: Holders KRL and WAPDA recorded wins to claim three points each in the Pakistan Premier Football League. Muhammad Qasim landed the only goal in the ninth minute as KRL worked overtime to beat Afghan FC 1-0 at the Govt High School, Chaman. It was sweet revenge over the Balochistan-based outfit as KRL lost to them by an identical scoreline in October’s first leg at Rawalpindi.
Afghan FC have mustered 42 points from 26 matches while KRL have 39 in 24 matches. Despite the