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Pakistan tasted their second successive defeat against Wales.-File photo

KARACHI: Pakistan’s top cueist Imran Shahzad made unceremonious exit when he suffered 2-5 defeat at the hands of Lee Walker of Wales in the last 16 round (pre quarter-final) of the IBSF world snooker championship in Bangalore on Thursday.

According to the information reaching here, Imran, who finished runner-up in his group, earlier whipped Joris Mass of The Netherlands 4-1 to reach last 32 round.

Later, he met with second success of the day routing compatriot M. Asif Toba 5-2. Incidentally, both the Pakistanis were pitted against each other in the redraw.

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