Shaheen were all smiles last night after they capped a superb season by completing the double - winning the Rabobank Holland Cup beating Pakistan Association 4-1 at King's Park. Two goals in each half gave Shaheen a comfortable win in the season-ending finale as they added the knockout trophy to the Premier League title they had won in convincing fashion earlier. 'It has been a great season for us, one of the best we ever had. We only lost one game all season and this shows how dominant we were,' said Shaheen veteran Akbar Ali. Field goals from Lu Peng and Meng Xianfei in the first half gave Shaheen the upper hand. They pressed home the advantage in the second half with two more goals from Swalikh Mohammed and Leong In-leong. Pakistan Association scored a late consolation goal through Nadeem Mohammed. 'We were a little unlucky. We created a few chances, especially in the second half, but unfortunately we couldn't score. But they played really well,' said losing captain Shafiq Iqbal. Even the absence of star player Asghar Ali - who failed a fitness test before the match after injuring his back earlier in the week playing football - failed to dampen the spirits of Shaheen. Guangzhou's Lu Peng, who has been a real asset for Shaheen this season, was once again a constant danger up front with his probing forays into the opposition D. 'We had a game plan and we stuck to it. Even though we were without Asghar, we knew we had enough depth and talent to win the final,' said Akbar Ali. 'We trusted each other.' This is not the first time that Shaheen has achieved the double. But it will be hard to match their overall dominance. After losing to Pakistan Association in a first-round league game, the champions quickly rebounded to finish with 19 wins, one draw and one loss in the league. 'This year we didn't depend on one or two players. Everyone did their bit. Asghar, for instance, dropped back to play in midfield, and he combined well with our strikers from the mainland. It has been a fantastic season,' Akbar said.