THE STAKES FOR Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 5 got even higher, with the announcement of a consolidated sum of INR 8 Crores as the coveted prize money for the season.
AHEAD OF the fifth season of Pro Kabaddi, all franchises have been sharing interesting posts on their social media handles to increase engagement with their fan-bases.
We take a close look at some of the Indian gems in the Patna Pirates squad, who will be looking to guide the franchise to its third PKL title.
ON THE DAY ONE of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) auction, raider Nitin Tomar shattered all records as he bagged a whopping Rs 93 lakh bid by GMR-owned Team Uttar Pradesh.
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Patna Pirates effectively blew the advantage they had built up with back to back wins in PKL 4 when they lost to Jaipur Pink Panthers 21-26 on the last night of their home leg.
THE BIGGEST UPSET of this Pro Kabaddi season so far took place tonight when undefeated defending champions Patna Pirates simply fell apart in front of a hitherto struggling Dabang Delhi, losing to them by an astonishing 15-33.
A ROUTINE DOMINATION was made more special when Patna Pirate captain-defender Dharmaraj Cheralathan led a desperate fight under a threat of an all-out to ensure that the defending champions got a massive 35-21 win against Bengal Warriors and got to the top of the PKL table.
WHEN PATNA TOOK ON Bengaluru last night, it was as expected a cerebral battle between two top draw teams in the Pro Kabaddi League, and the contest that followed did not disappoint.
PARDEEP NARWAL AND Kuldeep Singh starred in an intense top-draw contest between Patna Pirates and Bengaluru Bulls where the defending champions stormed through with a 31-25 win after a neck-to-neck contest for the most of the game.
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