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Pro Kabaddi League finals
Stole the show beating hot favourites and defending champions U MUMBA, who were on a 12match winning streak
in a pulsating edge of the seat thriller, which was much more enthralling, exciting than most of the movies bollywood has to offer.
The Star for the winners was Sandeep Narwal again, when he tagged 3 in dying seconds of the match to break U Mumba’s back, after Mumba’s skipper Anup Kumar and player of the tournament for many had pulled of 8 points from 5 raids which even superman would feel grate to level the score 28-28.
Most successful raider of the tournament Rishank Devadiga of U MUMBA had an off day.
Patna Pirates –
Indian sports are flourishing, in terms of world class leagues and the subsequent reach which gives them, especially to sports like KABADDI which were mostly struck to regional fields. That people have accepted and excepted the sports and it’s superstars, thus making them a household name can be gauged from the amount of craze could be seen for the finals of the pro Kabaddi League 3rd season held on Sunday at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium. Such was the mad rush for the tickets even an AAMIR starrer would be proud of, organisers eye left wondering and pondering as the 15000 seater stadium looked to small to provide seats to each mad fan of endless que on ticket window gave any clue.
3rd spot –
31-27 to clinch the 3rd spot.
1st semifinal –
thumped 1st time semifinalists
Especially riding on impressive shows by Pardeep Narwal and Rohit Kumar, Patna entered the finals of Pro Kabaddi League on Friday.
2nd semi final
Defending champions U Mumba
1st time semi finalists
to make their 3rd finals of the Star Sports Pro Kabaddi in New Delhi on Friday.
At the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in the Capital, it was the all-round show by their man-in-form Rishank Devadiga that gave them a third consecutive entry into the title round. Like the first semi-final this too was a one-sided affair.