Again Indian Kabaddi team proved that they’re the King of the Kapaddi world by thrashing Thailand in semi-finals yesterday. Anup Kumar and his men had sensed the sky-high expectations and responded splendidly, beating the young Thai outfit 73-20, in what ultimately proved to be a huge mismatch of a contest. India will meet Iran in final.
Raiders Ajay Thakur and Pradeep Narwal once again proved lethal for the Thai team. Pradeep Narwal score (14 Raid points) & Ajay Thakur score (11 Raid points). Their current performance is showing they can be a destroyer to Iran team as well in the final.
The defence was as solid as ever wiht surjeet (3 pts), Surender Nada (5 pts) nd Manjeet Chhillar (4 pts). Once again enjoying the successful outings. They broke little sweat in tackling their opponents.
These fantastic players would have returned with better numbers had they not been substituted in the second half. But, they made India in the top position in the first half itself.
Talks around Virat Kohli and M S Dhoni have offered approach to jabber over Anup Kumar, Rahul Chaudhari and Manjit Chillar. Abhishek Gadhetheriya, first year understudy of building, says, “It is superb to see kabaddi into Olympic Games.” Harivadan Kadiya, a MSc IT understudy, says, “I’ve played kabaddi till taluka level. It’s exciting to see different nations playing an Indian diversion. It ought to be pronounced our national diversion.” Kishan Makwana, an ex-locale level kabaddi player, says, “Seeing people watching it on TV and animatedly talking about on-going matches, makes me upbeat to have been connected with kabaddi previously.” According to Vishal Gadhvi, 26-year-old correspondences understudy, “Devouring less time, the game has all the possibility to catch individuals’ advantage.”
All the best to team INDIA to bring the Kabaddi world cup 2016 by thrashing Iran in today’s final match.