THE PRO KABADDI SEASON 2 has caught on like wildfire and is in full swing across cities in India. This year, the tournament has seen a sizeable increase in the number of fans and support from various sections of the society.
IT WAS A SHEER DRAMA in the last match of the Delhi leg as the gallant efforts of home team Dabang Delhi went in vain as their match ended in a 45-45 draw.
INDIAN KABADDI had for decades been a story of kingsize performance but minuscule recognition. The indigenous sport has fetched the country laurels galore, but it is only now that the game and the players are grabbing national, even international, publicity and celebrity backing, thanks to a glitzy new professional league.
IN A NIGHT OF UPSETS, Wazir Singh’s Puneri Paltan almost pulled the rug from under the feet of Telugu Titans in a clash of nerves, but had to settle for a 29-29 draw
SUPERMAN MERAJ SHEKYH with two four point super raids in the match inflicted upon Patna Pirates their biggest loss to date in Season 2 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi.
TELUGU TITANS managed to claw back from defeat to hold a resurgent Jaipur Pink Panthers 39-39 in a match that would have gone either way. With this the teams earned three points a piece in Season 2 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi. The Titans remain in second place with 29 points and the Panthers with 16 remain in sixth place. In the first half of Season 2, when the two team met in Jaipur, Telugu Titans had beaten the Pink Panthers 33-22.
BENGALURU BULLS put up a grand performance, both in attack where Ajay Thakur stood out and the defence led by captain Manjeet Chhillar showed what team work is all about to floor Telugu Titans 35-21.
FROM THE PINK CITY of ‘havelis’, and palaces built in sandstone that is Jaipur, the action in Season 2 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi shifts to Patna, the ancient city, tomorrow. Will it give the hosts Patna Pirates an opportunity to overcome their problems on home turf?
RAHUL CHAUDHARI LED TELUGU TITANS to an impressive win over Dabang Delhi in their encounter of the Pro Kabaddi League at the NSCI, in Mumbai.
SQUAD STRENGTH of the eight franchise outfits for season two of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi League, starting here on July 18, has been increased significantly, it was announced at the trophy launch today.
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