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Gujarat crush Haryana in PKL clash

Gujarat crush Haryana in PKL clash

Vishakhapatnam, Dec 12: Gujarat Fortunegiants defeated Haryana Steelers 47-37 in a mouth-watering contest of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Wednesday.

K. Prapanjan and Sachin collected 10 points each for Gujarat while Haryana’s Monu Goyat also picked 11 points alongwith Vikash Knandola’s six points, which couldn’t stop their side from another defeat.

Sachin and Dong Jeeon’s successful raid helped Gujarat taje a 2-0 lead in the initial moments before Naveen’s raid made the issue 1-2. However, Sachin and Prapanjan’s back to bach successful attempts saw Gujarat leading by 11-4 by the 15th minute.

Gujarat raiders continued with their successful attempts as they took a healthy 28-16 lead by the half-time.

In the second-half, both the side traided equal raid and defending points in the initial few minutes as the scoreline read 32-20 in Gujarat’s favour.A Gujarat’s dominance continued in the later part too as they they lead 38-22 by the 30th minute and finally went on to clinch the contest 47-37 when final wistles were blown.

PKL: Titans clinch thriller vs Haryana

Visakhapatnam, Dec 9: In yet another nail-biting contest, Telugu Titans held their nerves to pip Haryana Steelers 35-31 at the jam-packed Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Sunday night.

Nilesh Salunke’s last-minute super raid gave Titans a much-needed victory. Salunke ended up with 7 points but it was Rahul Chaudhari who top-scored for Titans with 12 points.

Titans’ defence laid the foundations for their win as they forced as many as six super tackles.

Monu Goyat rallied Haryana Steelers remarkably in the second-half and earned 12 points but they just fell short.

Nilesh and Rahul got a raid point each to give Telugu Titans 3-1 lead after two minutes.

Haryana Steelers scored three straight points to lead 4-3 after four minutes. Monu scored his second point of the match to give Haryana Steelers 7-5 lead in the sixth minute.

Telugu Titans forced two super tackles in two minutes to lead 11-8 after 10 minutes. The super tackles galvanised Haryana as they scored seven straight points to lead 14-8.

Things got better for Telugu Titans as they inflicted an all-out in the 15th minute to lead 18-9. At the end of the first-half, Telugu Titans led 20-13.

The second-half started brightly for Haryana Steelers as Monu scored three points in two minutes to reduce the deficit to 4 points. On two occasions, Haryana Steelers came close to inflicting an all-out but Telugu Titans’ resolute defence denied them.

Two more super tackles followed for the Titans as they led 29-21 after 25 minutes.

With less than five minutes to go Haryana, gave themselves a glimmer of hope as they inflicted an all-out to trail 25-29. Two more raid points for Monu Goyat meant that Steelers were trailing by just one point after 37 minutes.

Steelers sent Rahul back to the bench but he picked up a bonus as the scores were level at 30-30. Vishal forced a super tackle in the 40th minute to earn two more points for Titans.

Nilesh made a super raid in the dying seconds of the match to lead Titans to 35-31 win.

PKL: Haryana clinch thriller against Bengal

New Delhi, Dec 5: Star raider Monu Goyat produced a match-winning performance to help Haryana Steelers secure a narrow 35-33 victory over Bengal Warriors in a nail-biting encounter of inter-zonal challenge contest of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Wednesay.

Monu scored 12 points and got a super raid in the last minute to win the match for Haryana, while his teammate Vikas Kandola chipped in with five raid points.

Bengal Warriors were better in the second half but lost their composure in the final five minutes. Maninder Singh scored 11 raid points for Bengal.

Maninder got Bengal off the mark with a two-point raid in the first minute. Haryana took a couple of minutes to come into their own as they picked up a few tackle points to trail 3-6 after four minutes. Monu picked up a raid point in the seventh minute to level the match at 7-7.

Both teams traded a couple of tackle and raid points each and were tied at 11-11 after 14 minutes of play. Haryana Steelers inflicted an all out in the 15th minute to lead 15-11 after Monu’s successful raid.

At the end of the first half Haryana Steelers led the contest 19-12.

Bengal Warriors were the better team in the second half as they picked up six points compared to Haryana’s two in the first six minutes. Just when Bengal were looking to cut down the deficit, Monu picked up a vital raid point to give Haryana 22- 18 lead after 27 minutes.

Maninder’s successful raid in the 28th minute helped Bengal inflict an all out as they leveled the match at 22-22.

The pendulum swung both ways in the last 10 minutes as they kept exchanging raid and tackle points. Haryana forced a super tackle in the 36th minute to level the match at 29-29. Monu’s successful raid gave Haryana 32-30 lead with less than two minutes to go.

Ravindra Kumawat picked up a raid point in the 40th minute as Bengal Warriors trailed 31-32. Monu made a brilliant super raid in the dying seconds of the match to clinch a thrilling win for Haryana.

Haryana Steelers put up an accomplished team performance to register a much-needed 34-27 win over Dabang Delhi

PKL: Haryana Steelers defeat Dabang Delhi 34-27

Pune, Nov 25: Haryana Steelers put up an accomplished team performance to register a much-needed 34-27 win over Dabang Delhi in a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) clash at the Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Sports Complex here on Sunday.

Vikas Kandola was the star performer as he scored 10 points and was ably supported by Naveen who chipped in with five points for Haryana.

Meanwhile Dabang Delhi’s Naveen Kumar also scored 10 raid points but his effort went in vain as he didn’t get enough support from his defence.

Haryana Steelers got off to a quick start to lead 2-0 after two minutes but Naveen Kumar levelled the match for Dabang Delhi with a two-point raid. It was a quiet first 10 minutes as both sides seemed to be measuring each other.

Haryana Steelers were trailing 5-7 and their star raider Monu Goyat was struggling to put points on the board.

Vikas Kandola got the bulk of raid points for Haryana Steelers in the first half. After 15 minutes both teams were locked in a tight battle with scores level at 9-9. Monu opened his account in the 17th minute to give Haryana Steelers 12-9 lead.

At the end of the first half Haryana Steelers led 13-10 with Dabang Delhi still very much in the game.

Vikas made a two-point raid at the start of the second half as Haryana extended their lead to 17-10. Haryana Steelers inflicted the first all out of the match in the 25th minute to lead 23-15.

Naveen Kumar had an excellent raiding game for Delhi as he consistently put the points on board.

After 30 minutes, Haryana Steelers were in the driving seat as they led 27-18. Haryana Steelers kept their nerve and composure in the last five minutes and went away with a convincing 34-27 win.

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PKL 2018: Monu Goyat Becomes the Most Expensive Player in PKL History

Records kept on getting shattered as the first day of the two-day auction, for the sixth season of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) progressed.

In the past five seasons, not a single player had bagged a deal worth in crores. However, the record went for a toss in this year’s auction.

The record was made only for it to be broken within minutes. At the end of day one, Monu Goyat hogged all the limelight. He became the most expensive player in PKL history after being sold for INR 1.51 crore.

It all started when Iranian defender Fazel Atrachali bagged an INR one crore deal from U Mumba.

Atrachali became the first player in the PKL history to get an INR one crore deal and also became the most expensive.

However, the record lasted only for a while as Jaipur Pink Panthers shelled out INR 1.15 crore – to sign up Deepak Hooda. From thereon, several players breached the one crore-mark.

Rahul Chaudhari then held the record for few minutes as he was bought for INR 1.29 crore. Nitin Tomar, the costliest player before the auction started, also bagged a deal of INR 1.15 crore, while Rishank Devadiga attracted a fee of INR 1.11 crore.

But in the end, it was Goyat who ruled supreme. Haryana Steelers bought Goyat for a whopping amount of Rs 1.51 crores.

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PKL Season 5: Patna Outshine Haryana, To Face Pune

Mumbai, Oct 23 (IANS) Defending champions Patna Pirates outclassed Haryana Steelers 69-30 in the second Eliminator of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 5 on Monday to set their clash with Eliminator 1 winner Puneri Paltan at the NSCI Stadium here.

PKL Season 5: Patna Outshine Haryana, To Face Pune 1

Patna skipper Pardeep Narwal led from the front to score 34 points, the most by any raider in the history of Pro Kabaddi, and also became the first man to reach 300 raid points in Season 5.

Haryana’s famed defence led by Surender Nada and Mohit Chhillar failed miserably as they could score just three tackle points.

Monu Goyat made a superb start as he came up with a super raid in the second minute to give Patna a 4-1 lead.

Haryana tied the match 4-4 in the fifth minute, scoring a raid and tackle point.

Pardeep scored his first raid point in the sixth minute as Patna led 5-4 before the Haryana defence sent Pardeep Narwal to the bench in the 10th minute as they reduced the gap to 6-7.

Monu scored his sixth raid point in the 13th minute to help Patna take a 10-7 lead before Prashanth Kumar Rai’s two-point raid in the 17th minute helped Haryana trail 10-13.

Patna failed to inflict an all out on three occasions but finally managed to get one in the 19th minute to lead 19-14 before heading into the break with a 22-15 lead.

Coming back, Patna extended their lead to 24-16 in the 22nd minute as Pardeep attained a super 10. Surender Nada got a two-point raid in the 24th minute as Haryana trailed 19-26.

Patna inflicted another all out in the 25th minute to take their lead to 31-21 before Pardeep made a two-point raid to stretch it further to 35-21.

Patna were running away with the match as their defence kept tackling Haryana raiders. The famed defence of Haryana faced a nightmare as they could manage only two tackle points in 28 minutes.

Patna Pirates inflicted another all out in the 31st minute as their lead swelled to 42-23.

Pardeep came up with a moment of brilliance in the 33rd minute as he took out six Haryana players in one raid to help Patna extend their lead to 52-25.

He followed it up another two-point raid as Patna inflicted another all out in the 38th minute to lead 62-27.

Towards the end, Pardeep came up with another brilliant super raid to help Patna completely outclass Haryana.

Patna will now face Pune in the third Eliminator here on Tuesday.

Haryana Steelers Defeat Telugu Titans In PKL Contest

Jaipur, Oct 7 (IANS) Haryana Steelers edged out Telugu Titans 32-30 in a thrilling encounter of the Pro Kabaddi Season 5 contest at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium here on Saturday.

Wazir Singh’s critical raid in the 40th minute proved to be the difference as Telugu Titans are now in real danger of not making it to the super playoffs. Singh scored 14 points for Haryana Steelers.

Rahul Chaudhari (11) and Nilesh Salunke (10) combined in unison to score 21 points for Telugu Titans but fell short in the end.

Haryana Steelers are second in Zone A with 69 points from 20 matches. Telugu Titans are fourth in Zone B with 49 points from 21 matches.

Haryana Steelers were the stronger team in the first half with Wazir Singh and Surjeet Singh in fine raiding form. The first all out of the match was inflicted in the 12th minute by Haryana Steelers to lead 13-6.

Rahul Chaudhari scored his first raid point in the 13th minute as Telugu Titans trailed 8-13. Nilesh Salunke scored the bulk of raid points for Telugu Titans in the first 10 minutes.

The defence of both teams had a quiet first half as Haryana Steelers scored just one and Telugu Titans scored just two tackle points in the first 14 minutes. Nilesh Salunke got three more points with two raids for Telugu Titans in the 20 th minute.

Haryana Steelers went into the break leading 16-11.

Both teams kept picking points in the first five minutes of the second half as Haryana Steelers led 19-14. Haryana Steelers maintained their lead for most of the second half as they led 24-18 in the 32nd minute. The Steelers defence had a quiet game as they managed to score just one tackle point in 34 minutes.

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Haryana Register Comfortable Win Over Mumbai In PKL

Chennai, Oct 4 (IANS) Haryana Steelers recorded a comfortable 41-30 victory over U Mumba in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 5 contest here on Wednesday.

The trio of Deepak Dahiya, Vikas Kandola and Wazir Singh combined to score 23 raid points to lead their team to victory. Anup Kumar scored 10 points for U Mumba but Kashiling Adake had a disappointing match and that affected U Mumba’s performance.

U Mumba’s defence let them down as they contributed just three points and couldn’t deal with Haryana Steelers raiders.

Haryana Steelers are now second in Zone A with 64 points after 19 matches. U Mumba are fourth with 54 points from 19 matches.

Haryana Steelers made a quick start as they led 3-0 after two minutes. Shrikant Jadhav scored two points in two raids to draw U Mumba level at 3-3 in the fourth minute.

Kashiling Adake scored his first raid point in the sixth minute as U Mumba trailed 4-5. Anup Kumar got into the act as he got a super raid to give U Mumba 10-8 lead in the 12th minute.

Haryana Steelers came back strongly and scored four straight points to lead 14-10 after 15 minutes. Kuldeep Singh made a super raid in the 16th minute as U Mumba trailed 13-15. They inflicted the first all out of the match in the next minute to lead 19-14.

U Mumba were looking under pressure as Vikas Kandola scored eight points in the first half for Haryana to give them 22-16 lead at the break. Anup Kumar scored with a two-point raid in the 22nd minute as U Mumba trailed 19-24.

Haryana Steelers kept picking points with ease and didn’t let their lead slip anytime for the first ten minutes of the second half. Deepak Kumar Dahiya made a successful raid in the 26th minute as Steelers led 27-20.

Haryana Steelers held a six-point advantage with 10 minutes left on the
clock. Wazir Singh scored with a two-point raid in the 32nd minute to give Haryana Steelers 32-24 lead. With another all out inflicted by Haryana Steelers in the 35th minute, the match was all but over as a contest.

U Mumba trailed 27-38 and with Kashiling Adake misfiring, the outcome was
never in doubt.

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Haryana Overwhelm Delhi In PKL

New Delhi, Sep 24 (IANS) Dabang Delhi suffered a third successive defeat following a 24-42 mauling against Haryana Steelers in a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) clash here on Sunday.

Haryana Steelers are now top of the table in Zone A with 59 points from 18 matches. Dabang Delhi are bottom of the pile with 30 points from 15 matches.

Haryana made a strong start and never looked back as they showed their opponents why they are being considered one of the favourites.

Deepak Kumar Dahiya (six points) and Prashanth Rai (five points) got the raid points whereas Rakesh Singh (seven points) and Surender Nada (five points) were ruthless in the defence.

For Delhi, a disappointing campaign got worse as they suffered 10th defeat of the season.

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Haryana Steelers Beat Jaipur Pink Panthers In PKL Contest

Ranchi, Sep 21 (IANS) Haryana Steelers showed their all-round mettle as they beat Jaipur Pink Panthers 30-26 in the fifth Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Thursday.

Wazir Singh scored 10 points whereas Surender Nada scored five tackle points for Haryana Steelers.

Jaipur Pink Panthers were let down by their defence as they made too many errors and allowed Haryana to score raid points at will.

Haryana Steelers remain in the second spot in the Zone A table with 54 points from 17 matches. Jaipur Pink Panthers are fifth with 36 points from 12 matches.

Wazir Singh opened Haryana Steelers’ account in the first minute with a successful raid. Pawan Kumar made a successful raid in the third minute as Jaipur Pink Panthers tied the match at 2-2.

Jaipur led 4-3 in the fourth minute as they sent Surjeet Singh to the bench. In the next few minutes both teams exchanged raid points as Haryana Steelers led 6-5 in the ninth minute.

Two tackle points were scored by both teams to tie the match at 8-8 after 12 minutes. Tushar Patil scored with a three-point raid as Jaipur Pink Panthers led 11-8 in the 15th minute.

Haryana Steelers scored four points in two minutes as they went into the break level with Jaipur Pink Panthers at 12-12.

The second half began with both teams scoring two tackle points each to level the match at 14-14 in the 24th minute.

Haryana Steelers took control of the match from the 25th minute as first Ashish Chhokar scored with a two-point raid to give them a 17-14 lead.

In the 27th minute, Haryana Steelers inflicted an all out to lead 22-16. In the span of five minutes Haryana scored 10 points in response to Jaipur’s two points as they led 24-16 after 29 minutes.

Pawan Kumar tried to bring Jaipur back into the game as he came up with a super raid in the 32nd minute.

But Haryana Steelers were in no mood to relinquish their lead as they scored a couple of points to lead 29-22 in the 35th minute.

Jaipur Pink Panthers scored four points in the last couple of minutes but it too little too late as they lost 26-30.

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