The Real Kabaddi League season 2 kicked off in an energetic style yesterday. Fans turned up in numbers to see the upcoming lot of talented Kabaddi players who have the potential of becoming one of the best Kabaddi players in the country and in the world. Neha Dhupia, Krishna Punia and Sangram Singh were among the guests that were present yesterday. Once the inaguration came to an end, we witnessed some really exciting matches.
In the first match of the RKL season 2, the Jaipur Jaguars cruised through the Jodhana Warriors with ease. In the second match, the Chambal Pirates defeated the Mewar Monks in an one-sided affair. The second day of the RKL season 2 guarantees to offer the same amount of excitement as yesterday and it will begin from where it left last night.
Unlike yesterday there are going to be three matches today that are scheduled to start from 6PM. Defeding champions Shekhawati Kings will begin their title defence in the first match of this evening. The Kings will face Bikana Riders and this fixture promises to be a stunner as both teams will look to register a win in their opening match. The match between the Shekhawati Kings and Bikana Riders will start from 6:00 PM.
The following match will feature Singh Soorma and Arawali Kings, which is all set to begin from 7:00 PM. Both the teams picked some really exceptional players during the trials as the focus was heavily on those players who have good flexibility, power and an indestructible mindset.
The last match of the evening will see the Jaipur Jaguars lock horns with the Mewar Monks which is scheduled to begin from 8:00 PM. Both the teams ended up with totally different outcomes yesterday as the boys from the capital – the Jaipur Jaguars outclassed the Jodhana Warriors by a scoreline of 49-27.
Jaipur’s captain Aman Malik who was also the man of match recipient of the first fixture, dominated the game with his eccentric pace and agility as his performance ensured a very comfortable victory for the Jaguars’.
Mewar Monks on the other hand would have hoped for a better performance last evening against the Chambal Pirates. Despte being just 7 points behind at the end of the first half, the Monks’ eventually lost as the game ended with a scoreline of 32-49 in favor of the Pirates.
However, the Mewar Monks did have some really good moments but failed to capitalise and they will hope to make amends and put up a good performance against the table toppers Jaipur Jaguars.