Team India has been in excellent form as evidenced by their comprehensive victory over Pakistan.
India has been in outstanding shape from the moment they stepped onto the mat.
With a score of 75-29, India prevented Pakistan from making a comeback at any point in the game.
By defeating Pakistan, the former set a new record and continued their perfect run to the championship game.
They’ll eventually face up against another outstanding squad, the host Iran, which defeated Nepal by a lopsided score of 60-37.
Iran similarly prevented Nepal from mounting a comeback, and they also advanced to the final without having a perfect record.
Iran had made it to the final in both editions, something they hadn’t done in the first.
Indian players were chosen for the team based on their performance in the previous PKL season.
Kudos to all the stakeholders, supporters, and officials who toiled diligently behind the scenes to ensure this entity had a strong athletic infrastructure for enhancing the ecosystem of Kabaddi.
Even before the ISL arrived much later than the former, PKL had already eclipsed it in terms of popularity.
Considering the vast popularity of PKL, it is reported in distinct media outlets, Women’s Pro Kabaddi League is all set to take place very soon.
Plans are in process and if we talk about the way, India has played throughout this event right from executing off the fields to on the field it has been top-notch.
The appointment of coaches including the likes of Sanjiv Baliyan and Anup Kumar is another masterpiece as these two have been stalwarts of the game and they will keep players check in reality.
India and Iran were touted as finalist way before, the event started as it will down to one last ride to see how will emerge as the winner of this marquee event.