Pakistan oust India as Kabaddi champs

Pakistan oust India as Kabaddi champs
Pakistan oust India as Kabaddi champs

LAHORE.: Pakistan on Sunday left a mark on the world by turning into the title holders of Kabaddi just because in the wake of overcoming main adversaries India at the Punjab Stadium.

Pakistan was delegated with the perfectly structured champ’s trophy as it rose the victor in the last of the Kabaddi World Cup 2020. It gathered Rs10 million in prize cash while the other participants group got Rs7.5 million.

The men dressed in green gave the group a minute to love as they made the customary adversaries fail horrendously at their home ground. In doing as such, they conveyed the message uproarious and clear that Pakistan is a protected spot to visit, play and cheer.

The hosts trounced the guests with an edge of 43-41, giving games fans in the nation motivation to celebrate. As Pakistan secured the game, individuals holding the national banner broke into off the cuff move (bhangra).

Both the groups had demonstrated their handy game during the competition and individually outflanked their adversaries – Iran and Australia – in the elimination rounds. Groups had turned up in huge numbers to help their groups when both the nations have stressed discretionary relations.

From the Pakistan side, captain Irfan Mana, Shafiq Chishti, Waqas Butt, Malik canister Yameen, Sajjad Gujjar, and Qamar Butt gave an exciting presentation.

“This triumph isn’t simply of the players or the group however of the entire nation. The triumph accomplished subsequent to vanquishing India has an alternate importance,” said Captain Irfan Mana.

“We were sure to confront intense challenge from the Indian group in the finals. We are grateful to the Almighty who gave us with progress at our home ground. Each player made an equivalent commitment to the triumph,” included the captain.

Prior, a match was played among Iran and Australia to decide the third and fourth spot for the competition. Iran easily crushed Australia with an edge of 54-33.

Overpowered by the achievement, players of the Iran group strutted through the ground conveying their national banner in the midst of cheers and acclaim.

Messages of help and great wishes began pouring in for the home side.

While responding on the triumph, President Dr Arif Alvi stated: “We ought to commit this success to ‘harmony’ in the district and the world.”

Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar took to twitter to pay tribute to the home side. “Shabaash Shero Wonderful round of Kabaddi and merited triumph by Team Pakistan Congratulations to each pakistani commending this success today,” said Buzdar

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