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Kabaddi world cup 2016, Schedule

The 2016 IKF Kabaddi World Cup  being organised by International Kabaddi Federation, will kick off on 7th October 2016. Twelve  international teams from across the world will  participate. They will  be  divided into two pools of six teams each.

India has an amazing line of squad for this Kabaddi World Cup which is set to take place in Ahmedabad this month. Following are the  names of the talented squad:

  1. Anup Kumar (captain)
  2. Manjeet Chhilar
  3. Pardeep Narwal
  4. Rakesh Kumar
  5. Sandeep Narwal
  6. Surender Nada
  7. Surjeet Kumar
  8. Rohit Kumar
  9. Mohit chillar
  10. Surjeet Singh
  11. Jasvir Singh
  12. Rahul Chaudary

Full Schedule of 2016 Kabaddi World Cup

Friday 7 October 20:00 hrs IST India vs South Korea
Friday 7 October 21:00 hrs IST USA vs Iran
Saturday 8 October 19:00 hrs IST England vs Bangladesh
Saturday 8 October 20:00 hrs IST Poland vs Kenya
Saturday 8 October 21:00 hrs IST India vs Australia
Sunday 9 October 19:00 hrs IST Argentina vs South Korea
Sunday 9 October 20:00 hrs IST United States vs Japan
Sunday 9 October 21:00 hrs IST Iran vs Thailand
Monday 10 October 20:00 hrs IST England vs Australia
Monday 10 October 21:00 hrs IST Poland vs Thailand
Tuesday 11 October 20:00 hrs IST Iran vs Kenya
Tuesday 11 October 21:00 hrs IST India vs Bangladesh
Wednesday 12 October 21:00 hrs IST Australia vs Argentina
Thursday 13 October 20:00 hrs IST Thailand vs Kenya
Thursday 13 October 21:00 hrs IST Bangladesh vs South Korea
Friday 14 October 20:00 hrs IST England vs Argentina
Friday 14 October 21:00 hrs IST United States vs Poland
Saturday 15 October 19:00 hrs IST South Korea vs Australia
Saturday 15 October 20:00 hrs IST Japan vs Iran
Saturday 15 October 21:00 hrs IST India vs Argentina
Sunday 16 October 19:00 hrs IST Thailand vs United States
Sunday 16 October 20:00 hrs IST South Korea vs England
Sunday 16 October 21:00 hrs IST Japan vs Kenya
Monday 17 October 20:00 hrs IST Poland vs Iran
Monday 17 October 21:00 hrs IST Australia vs Bangladesh
Tuesday 18 October 20:00 hrs IST United States vs Kenya
Tuesday 18 October 21:00 hrs IST India vs England
Wednesday 19 October 20:00 hrs IST Bangladesh vs Argentina
Wednesday 19 October 21:00 hrs IST Thailand vs Japan
Semifinals
Friday 21 October 20:00 hrs IST TBA vs TBA
Friday 21 October 21:00 hrs IST TBA vs TBA
Final
Saturday 22 October 21:00 hrs IST TBA vs TBA

 

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Patna Pirates wins Pro Kabaddi League Season 3

Patna Pirates won the Pro Kabaddi League season 3 for the first time after defeating the defending champions U Mumba at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi on Saturday.

Rohit Kumar and Sandeep Narwal were the impressive performers for Patna Pirates as they defeated the defending champions by a lead of 3 points (31-28). In the first half, Patna has taken a huge lead of 19-11 against U Mumba. U Mumba fought back in the second half with their captain Anup Kumar and defender Mohit Chhillar to take it to 28-28 against Patna. But substitute Deepak Narwal came good on a do-or-die raid to take it to 29-28 and help Patna emerge winners.

Patna Pirates’ Rohit Kimar won the most ‘valuable player of the tournament’ and ‘best raider of the match’ award by scoring 8 raid points with one bonus points from 17 raids. Sandeep Narwal bagged the Pro Kabaddi ‘defender of the tournament’ award. He bagged 7 points including 2 raid points and 5 tackle points. Pradeep Narwal won the Pro Kabaddi’s ‘rising star of the tournament’.

It was really an unlucky day for U Mumba’s super raider Rishank Devadiga.  He had only one successful raid from 8 raids to score a single raid point. Skipper Anup Kumar shone with some good show in this match as he bagged 8 raid points with two bonus points from 26 raids. Substitute Shabeer Bappu bagged 3 raid points. Mohit Chhillar bagged 6 tackle points with one super tackle.

Puneri Paltan finishes 3rd

Puneri Paltan finished third in the Pro Kabaddi League Season 3 by defeating Bengal Warriors at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi on Saturday.

Puneri Paltan won by a lead of 4 points (31-27) against Bengal Warriors. They laid the foundation of the win in the first half with a (15-8) 7 points lead and carried the same form in the second half to emerge winners.

Puneri Paltan’s Deepak Nivas Hooda and captain Manjeet Chhillar came good against the rivals. Deepak got the ‘best raider of the match’, ‘player of the match’ and ‘top player of the winning team’ award by scoring 9 points including one tackle point and 8 raid points.

Manjeet Chhillar won the Inspiring defender of the match award. He scored 6 points including one raid point and 5 tackle points with one outstanding super tackle. Ajay Thakur’s raids failed three times as he scored just 4 raid points from his 11 raids.

Bengal Warriors fought on gamely without their star raider Nitin Tomar and Mahesh Goud. Jang Kung Lee and skipper Nilesh Shinde raised their game for the big match. Jang Kung Lee was the top scorer for the unlucky Warriors. He bagged 9 points including one tackle point and 8 raid points with 2 bonus points and super raids.

Mahendra Ganesh Rajput came up with some successful raids for Bengal Warriors as he bagged 5 raid points with 2 bonus points. Warriors finished on fourth spot.

U Mumba stun Bengal Warriors to maintain remarkable title

Ronnie screwvala promoted U Mumba, maintained their unbeaten run with comfortable victory over their Bengal Warriors rivals to storm in to the finals of the 3rd season of Pro Kabaddi at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi on Friday

The defending champions U Mumba was strong both in defends and attack which initially destroyed the rivals’ defense. In the first half itself they have taken a huge lead of 26-08 against Bengal Warriors and when it came to the second half U Mumba toyed with their opponents to emerge an easy 41-29 victory in the semi finals.

Rishank Devadiga’s outstanding performance made him the top scorer of the match. During the match he crossed the 100 raid points in this season only which was followed by Patna Pirates’ Pradeep Narwal. He bagged total 13 points including two tackle points with one super tackle and 11 raid points from 15 raids. Captain Anup Kumar too played his role to perfection as always resulting in a third consecutive entry into the title round. He led the side admirably and bagged six raid points for U Mumba. Mohit Chhillar and Fazel Atrachali showcased impressive defends last night too. Mohit bagged six tackle points including one super tackle. Fazel assisted Mohit and bagged three tackle points too.

For Bengal Warriors, Jang Kun Lee and Nitin Tomar who had devastated many a defense on their way to the semis looked like harmless warriors without arms and ammunition. Nitin Tomar came back to the game in the second half to show some good raids for warriors, he bagged 8 raid points with bonus point. The substitute Vineet Sharma bagged six points including one tackle points and 5 raid points from his outstanding performance in the second half. Jang Kung Lee couldn’t take successful raid from his four raids against the defending champions.

U Mumba will be facing the Patna Pirates in their third final of Pro Kabaddi League. Bengal Warriors and Puneri Paltan will fight for the 3/4th position on Saturday at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi.

U Mumba beats Telugu Titans

Defending champions U Mumba defeated Telugu Titans in the 54th match of the Pro Kabaddi League season 3 at DOME@NSCI SVP Stadium in Mumbai.

U Mumba recorded a (38-22) win over Telugu Titans. U Mumba led in the first half by a lead of 8 points (18-10) and carried the same form in the second half to emerge winners. With this win, U Mumba registered ninth consecutive win in this season.

For U Mumba, Rishank Devadiga bagged 14 raid points including one bonus point from 12 raids. Captain Anup Kumar bagged four raid points. Mohit Chhillar came up with some good tackles in this match. Mohit scored six tackle points and crossed the 100 tackle points in the Pro Kabaddi League.

Telugu Titans’ captain Rahul Chaudhari bagged 12 points including two tackle points with an outstanding super tackle and 10 raid points with four bonus points. Rohit Baliyan scored four points including one tackle point and three raid points with one bonus point. Sukesh Hegde bagged 3 raid points from six raids for Titans.

U Mumba is placed second with 55 points in 13 matches. Titans is placed fifth with 38 points.

Bengal Warriors enters last four

Bengal Warriors stormed into the semi-finals after defeating Bengaluru Bulls in the 53rd match of the Pro Kabaddi League season 3 at DOME@NSCI SVP Stadium in Mumbai. Bengal Warriors won the match by a lead of 4 points (26-22).

Jang Kung Lee was the top raider for Bengal Warriors. He bagged six raid points including two bonus points from his 13 raids. Mahesh Goud contributed five raid points from 19 raids. Captain Nilesh Shinde was impressive as defender. He bagged 7 tackle points including one super tackle.  Young raider Nitin Tomar bagged 4 raid points in Bengal Warrior’s victory.

Bengaluru Bulls registered their 12th loss in this season in 14 matches. Deepak Kumar Dahiya was the top scorer for Bulls in this match. He scored 6 raid points. Pawan Kumar bagged two points from seven raids.

With this win, Bengal Warriors is placed third with 47 points after 13 matches.  Bengaluru Bulls is seventh with 14 points in 14 matches.

U Mumba registers another close win 

U Mumba overcame Puneri Paltan in the 52nd match of Pro Kabaddi League season 3 at DOME@NSCI SVP Stadium in Mumbai.

The defending champions rallied to win by three points (30-27) after trailing by two points with just about three minutes left.

Captain Anup Kumar fought again for U Mumba.  Anup bagged three points in a super raid in the 18th minute to give his side a 12-11 lead for U Mumba. He scored a total of 8 raid points including three bonus points. Rakesh Kumar scored 7 points including one tackle point and six raid points with three bonus points for U Mumba. Rishank Devadiga bagged five raid points in this match.

Puneri Paltan put up a good show through Ajay Thakur and Surendra Singh in the absence of their skipper Manjeet Chhillar. Captain Jasmir Singh Gulia bagged 6 tackle points with 3 super tackles.

For Pune, Deepak Niwas Hooda bagged 6 points including three tackle points and three raid points. Surandra Singh contributed five raid points and Ajay Thakur scored three raid points for Puneri Paltan.

U Mumba is placed second with 50 points after 12 matches. Puneri Paltan is placed third with 43 points after 13 matches.