Pro Kabaddi 2018, Haryana Steelers versus U Mumba: In the principal coordinate, on account of six points from Rahul Choudhary and Abojar Migani, Telugu Titans crushed UP Warriors by 34-29 and won the second back to back win in season 6.
Pro Kabaddi 2018, Haryana Steelers versus U Mumba: On fourteenth of Abhishek Singh’s and Rohit Bialan and Siddharth Desai’s eight-eight imprints, Yu Mumba vanquished Haryana Steelers by a gigantic edge of 53-26 on Saturday. The Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 6 recorded its second win. This is the second win in three matches of Zone-An in Mumba. He needed to play a tie in a match. This is the second thrashing in Haryana’s three matches. In the fourteenth match of the alliance 6th season played at the Motilal Nehru School of Sports, Mumba scored an eminent 27-15 preceding the main half finished. Mumba kept on taking successive focuses in the second half and baffled the household gathering of people of Haryana by winning the match from 53-26.
Notwithstanding Abhishek, Rohit and Siddharth for Mumba, Fazal Atchhali got seven. The triumphant group got 29 from the Red, 15 from the handle, eight out of the outfit and one extra. For the hosts, Vikas Kandola scored nine and Monu Goyat and Navin raised three. Haryana got 19 from the Red, five for the handle and two extra focuses.
Telugu Titans won the match by 34-29 in the match: Rahul Chaudhari’s 11 and Abograj Megani’s six helped the Telugu Titans win the second continuous win in season 6, overcoming the UP Warrior by 34-29. It is the second continuous triumph in two matches in Zone-B in Telugu and it has achieved the best in the zone with 10. This is the second thrashing in UP’s three matches.
In this match played in Motilal Nehru School of Sports, other than Rahul and Abojeer for Telugu, Nilesh Shalunke has five and Vishal Bhardwaj four. The group gathered 15 from the Red, 15 and two extra focuses from the handle. For Uttar Pradesh, Prashant Kumar Rai scored 11, Rishak Devdiga got seven and Sagar Krishna scored four points. The UP gathered 16, the Tackle 11 and two extra focuses.
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