Defeats by arch-rivals India and Sri Lanka in the tournament not only knocked Pakistan off the perch but also left them with new concerns.
“By implementing a hijab ban for their athletes, a host would send a message of exclusion, intolerance and discrimination," Islamic Solidarity Sports Federation says.
In archery, Israr-ul-Haq finishes 51st, Mohammad Nadeem 76th and Idrees Majeed 77th while Nighat Naheed attains 81st place on the women’s side.
South Korea will face Uzbekistan, and Japan to play Hong Kong in the last four.
The feat made history for Martinez, who is the first player to score four goals as a substitute in Serie A since the three-points-for-a-win era began in 1994.
Chiba finishes first ahead of team-mate Kazuma Kaya (85.598) and Daiki Hashimoto (85.432), the reigning Olympic and world champion in the individual all-around.
A share of the spoils keeps Forest one point ahead of Brentford in 11th and 13th, respectively in the Premier League table.
"Our bowlers are world-class so if we perform well in bowling then we can achieve the best results," the Pakistan vice captain says.