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Pro Kabaddi League: Virat Kohli to Sing National Anthem for Mumbai Leg

Team India skipper Virat Kohli will mark the beginning of the Pro Kabaddi League’s Mumbai leg by singing the National Anthem at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Indoor Stadium in Maharashtra. The stadium has the capacity of hosting over 5,000 spectators to enjoy the thrilling Maharashtra Derby with the beginning of the second week of the season.

The 30-year-old cricketer will witness the game between U Mumba and Puneri Paltan on Saturday (July 27), which will also begin Mumbai’s leg for the season seven of the Pro Kabaddi League. Also, the particular leg will culminate with the completion of 11 matches.

The organisers revealed that Kohli will be present at the National Sports Club of India’s Dome in Worli.  Soon after the Maharashtra Derby, Bengal Warriors will clash with Jaipur Pink Panthers.

On August, Mumbai leg will host the final game between U Mumba and Gujarat Fortune Giants.

Meanwhile, Kohli is scheduled to attend other programmes before flying to Windies for the bilateral series. Under his leadership, India will face the hosts in three T20Is, three ODIs and two Tests.

The much-awaited series will begin with the first T20I at Lauderhill in Florida on August 3.

Virat Kohli had already made appearances in football league:

Virat Kohli, ICC World Cup 2019, Afghanistan, India
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In the recent-held ICC World Cup 2019, Kohli led his side into the semis. But following a batting collapse, India lost to runners-up New Zealand by 18 runs at the Old Trafford.

Besides, talking about Pro Kabaddi league, former U Mumba leader Anup Kumar is serving as  Paltan’s coach.

In the 12 team competition, U Mumba had played two matches with one win and one loss. They had bagged five points, whereas, Paltan had lost the first game they have played so far in the season.

On July 22 (Monday), Paltan lost with the scoreline of 34-24 favouring Haryana Steelers at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad.

On the same day, Jaipur Pink Pathers had registered a notable 42-23 victory in Hyderabad.

PKL: U Mumba thrash Delhi in one-sided contest

Vishakhapatnam, Dec 11: Continuing their winning streak, title favourites U Mumba thrashed Dabang Delhi 44-19 in a completely one-sided affair of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Tuesday.

Once again, U Mumba witnessed an all-round effort as its raiders and defenders put in a convincing display.

Siddharth Desai (12 points) and Rohit Baliyan (8 points) were excellent in raid department whereas skipper Fazel Atrachali got a high five and Surender Singh with four points marshalled the defence superbly.

Delhi struggled to get going against a robust opposition and one of its players had a standout match. Meraj Sheykh had a match to forget for Dabang Delhi as he failed to get off the mark.

Despite the defeat Dabang Delhi remain in the hunt for a place in the playoffs.

Rohit got U Mumba off to a quick start with two raids in two minutes to see them led 4-1. The first half saw Chandran Ranjit pick up a couple of raid points and no other raider from Dabang Delhi could get going.

It was Dabang Delhi’s defence that kept them in the first half. For U Mumba Rohit Baliyan was in fine form and Surender made crucial tackles at the back.

U Mumbai inflicted the first all out of the match in the 16th minute to lead 16-8. It was an impressive first half display from U Mumba as they went into the break leading 19-11.

Dabang Delhi were on equal footing at the start of the second half as they matched U Mumba point for point but still trailed 15-23 after 27 minutes.

Siddharth successful raid in the 30th minute led to another all out as U Mumba led 30-15.

After the second all out of the match U Mumba completely asserted the dominance. Delhi surrendered haplessly as in the last 10 minutes they could score just four points.

U Mumba inflicted another all out in the last five minutes and registered a comfortable 44-19 win in the end.

PKL-6: U Mumba crush Dabang Delhi 39-23

PKL-6: U Mumba crush Dabang Delhi 39-23

Pune, Nov 24: It was a sold team effort which saw U Mumba notching a comfortable 39-23 win over Dabang Delhi in a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 6 match at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex here on Saturday.

Siddharth Desai and Rohit Baliyan combined to score 17 raid points whereas Fazel Atrachali and Surender chipped in with 8 tackle points to lead U Mumba to a win.

Chandran Ranjit was the lone performer for Dabang Delhi as he ended up with seven raid points while Naveen Kumar scored four points.

U Mumba are now back on the top of the table in Zone A with 62 points from 16 matches while Dabang Delhi are fourth in the table with 33 points from 12 matches.

U Mumba sent Meraj Sheykh to the bench in the 2nd minute to lead 2-1. Naveen started off brightly for Dabang Delhi as he got a couple of raid points. It was 3-3 after three minutes with both teams keen to snatch an early lead.

U Mumba got ahead with a couple of raid and tackle points to lead 8-5 after 11 minutes. Siddharth got into the act and hit a couple of successful raids
which led to an all out being inflicted on Dabang Delhi.

U Mumba led 14-6 after the all out and Dabang Delhi were staring at falling behind even further.

At the end of the first half, U Mumba led 15-8 and were looking on course to a comfortable win.

U Mumba started the second half by inflicting another all out in the 24th minute to lead 23-9. Dabang Delhi were looking short of ideas as both
their raiders and defenders were struggling.

Chandran Ranjit got a raid point as Dabang Delhi hit double figures. The Delhi defence sent back Siddharth to the bench and scored their second tackle point to trail 11-24.

But with Siddharth looking in fine form and U Mumba’s defence working in tandem there was no way for a comeback for Delhi.

U Mumba were in in cruise control mode for the last 10 minutes of the match and emerged comfortable winners.

PKL 6: U Mumba end home leg on perfect note, hammer Tamil Thalaivas 36-22

PKL 6: U Mumba end home leg on perfect note, hammer Tamil Thalaivas 36-22

Mumbai, Nov 15 (IANS) U Mumba ended their home leg on a happy note after they thrashed Tamil Thalaivas 36-22 in an inter-zonal clash of the ongoing Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the NSCI stadium here on Thursday.

On the last day at their home, the home side’s defenders came all gun blazing to collect 17 tackle points, while their raiders also contributed with 14 points to help U Mumba register its 10th win from 13 games this season.

Moreover, it was the host’s fourth win from six games at their home and this win also strenthen their hopes of a play-off berth.

On the other hand, it was seventh loss for the Ajay Thakur-led side.

Darshan got U Mumba up and running with two raids in the first three minutes as they trailed 2-3. For Tamil Thalaivas, Ajay looked in fine touch at the beginning of the match.

Siddharth scored a raid point in the sixth minute as U Mumba trailed 3- 5. U Mumba forced a super tackle in the 10th minute to trail 7-8.

It looked like a close match in the first half as both teams continued to trade raid and tackle points. In the 14th minute U Mumba inflicted the first all out of the match to open a 6-point lead. At the end of the first half, U Mumba led 18-12.

The second half saw U Mumba take charge of the match as they didn’t allow Tamil Thalaivas to make any sort of comeback. U Mumba defence held their ground on multiple occasions and didn’t let Thalaivas raiders settle in.

The game was all but over in the 30th minute when U Mumba inflicted another all out to open up an 11- point gap as they led 28-17. Ajay Thakur scored a couple of raid points but didn’t get enough support from his team mates.

The defensive trio of Fazel Atrachali, Surender and Rohit Rana were in superb form all night as they piled on the pressure on Thalaivas’ raiders. The biggest difference between the two teams was their defence.

Tamil Thalaivas’ defence had a disappointing game as they scored just five tackle points. Compared to that U Mumba had 17 tackle points.

With less than two minutes to go, U Mumba led 33-21 and looked on course to end their home leg with a comfortable victory.

In the end it was an easy win for U Mumba in front of their home crowd.

PKL 6: U Mumba defeat Bengaluru Bulls 32-29

PKL 6: U Mumba defeat Bengaluru Bulls 32-29

Mumbai, Nov 14: Host U Mumba continued with their brilliant run this season as they defeated Bengaluru Bulls 32-29 in an inter-zonal clash of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the NSCI stadium here on Wednesday.

The first-half saw the home side completely dominating their opponents as they outclassed Bengaluru in every department of the game however, the vsitors showed some terrific fightback in the later part of the game, which was too late.

Darshan Kadian, Surrender SIngh and Abofazl Maghsod collected nine and five-five points points respectively for the host while Bengaluru’s Pawan Sehrawat, Rahul Chaudhary and Kashiling Adake fetched eight, six and four points for their side.

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Darshan and Abofazl picked one point each in their very first raid attempt as U Mumba started with a 2-0 lead before they tackled back Bengaluru’s Pawan and Kashling to move to four points.

Darshan continued to make successful raid attempts and picked a point again, which also left the visitors with just two men on the mat. It seems nothing was going in the visitor’s way as their raider Mahesh Maruti was also tackled by the host, deteriorating Bengaluru’s situation further.

Darshan raided again succesfully as U Mumba inflicted an All-Out to take a huge 9-0 lead. A dominant home side further extended their lead 12 points while their opponents were still looking to open their account by the 11th minute.

Skipper Rahul finally gave some respite to Bengaluru with a successful raid but it was too late as U Mumba had already taken a 11-point lead.

The host continued with their fantastic show in the later part of the first-half too as the scoreline read 17-6 in U Mumba’s favour at half-time.

Just in the initial moments of the second-half, the host inflicted another All-Out to take a massive 24-7 lead.

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The visitors then collected few points in quick succession to reach 11 points while U Mumba could only manage one however, the score was still in the host’s favour with 25-11 by the 29th minute.

The visitors however showed a brilliant fightback as their consecutive succesful raid and tackling attempts lifted them to 20 points, while U Mumba could only pick one point by the 35th minute as the scoreline read 26-20.

Kashling’s super raid took Bengaluru to 24 points, cutting the deficit to just five points with three minutes left. Pawan then made a successful raid again for the visitors to make the scoreline read 29-25.

The home side then collected three points in back-to-back attempts to move to 32 points, seven more than their opponents’.

Bengaluru collected four points in the final moments of the contest. However, it wasn’t enough to stop U Mumba from registering their ninth win out of 12 games this season.

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PKL 6: U Mumba hammers UP Yoddhas 41-26 in inter-zonal clash.

PKL 6: U Mumba hammers UP Yoddhas 41-26 in inter-zonal clash.

Mumbai, Nov 13: It was a day when host U Mumba’s attack and defense cameA all gun blazing to thrash UP Yoddhas 41-24 in an inter-zonal calash of the ongoing Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the NSCI stadium here on Tuesday.

U Mumba saw stunning performences from Siddharth Desai, skipper Fazel Atrachalli, Darshan Kadiyan and Surrender Singh.

While Siddharth and Darshan collected seven raid points, Fazel took six tackle points to help their side maintain their first spot in the zone A table.

The visitors started with a bonus point by Prashant Rai before Mumbai’s star raider Siddharth also replied back with aA bonus point to make the score 1-1.

Sachin Kumar’s successful raid and Darshan failed attempt helped UP take a 3-1 lead by the third minute. Siddharth made continous attack and collected couple of points on as many occassions to make 3-4 before his team tackled Prashant to tie the contest again at 4-4.

The hosts finally took a one pojnt lead in the game as their defenders tackled Shrikant Jadhav but the visitors also fought back to tie the score 6-6.

Sachin collected two points in a single raid for UP, while Darshan unsuccessful raid took UP to nine points, a two point lead over their opponents.

Two back to back super tackle by the visitors saw UP taking the issue 13-9 in their favour. However, the hosts rode on some successful raid and tackle points to make it 12-14 and inflicted an All-Out in the final moments of first-half to take a 15-14 lead.

U Mumba continued to dominate the second-half as the visiting side’s raiders continous failure made the contest 19-15 in the host’s favour.

U Mumba then saw some fine efforts by their raiders and defenders as the scoreline read 21-15. The home side inflicted anaother All-Out to reach 25 points, while the visitors were still at 15 points by the 30th minute.

Shrikanth came to rescue UP by collecting three raid points in back to back attempts but the score still read 25-18 in Mumbai favour.

Darshan bagged two points for his side as Mumbai moved to 29 points in the 35th minute.

U Mumba came all gun blazing in the final five minutes as they collected 12 points through some terrific tackles and raids while the visitors could only manage to pick three points as the hosts ran away 41-24.

PKL-6: U Mumba open home leg with thumping win vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

PKL-6: U Mumba open home leg with thumping win vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

Mumbai, Nov 10: U Mumba got off to a perfect start to their home leg in the ongoing sixth season of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) by brushing aside Jaipur Pink Panthers 48-24 in a completely one-sided affair at the NSCI Indoor stadium here on Friday.

The hosts rode on an all-round show by their raiders and defenders to maintain their winning streak, even as the visitors failed to put up a fight and suffered their sixth defeat of the ongoing season.

While raiders Abhishek SIngh, Darshan Kadian and Vinod Kumar collected 12, 10 and seven points respectively, the defenders also rose to the occasion as skipper Fazel Atrachali and Rohit Rana picked five and three tackle points.

Deepak Hooda was the top contributor for Jaipur with six raid points.

Ace raider and Jaipur’s skipper Anup Kumar started with a bonus raid point as the visitors opened their account before Abhishek’s successful tackle tied the match 1-1 in the opening two minutes.

Some great tackles by Fazel and Abhishek’s continuous raid points saw Mumbai taking a 4-2 lead before the hosts inflicted an All Out to extend their lead to 10-3.

The Jaipur raiders and defenders kept on faltering, which the Mumbai side took full advantage of with their raiders picking points on every occasion. The hosts inflicted another All-Out to make the score read 19-4, even as they proceeded to the breather with a massive 26-8 lead.

The home side continued to dominate their opponents in the second half too as the Fazel-led side stretched their lead to 31-10.

Jaipur managed to pick up some points in the last 10 minutes but it was too late for them as Mumbai, by that time took an unassailable 40-19 lead.

The Anup-led side was able to bag just five points in the final moments of the game as their defenders failed to stop Mumbai’s consecutive attack, resulting in an easy 48-24 win for the home side.

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Pro Kabaddi: Puneri Paltan show grit, hold U Mumba to 32-32 draw

Chennai, Oct 7: Former champions U-Mumba led for large parts but eventually succumbed to the grit of local rivals Puneri Paltan and settle for an entertaining 32-32 draw in the opening day’s second game of the Pro Kabaddi League 2018 tournament here at the packed Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium on Sunday.

After inflicting the only all out of the match in latter stages of the first half, U Mumba pulled away from 20-20 at one stage early on in the second period to lead by two points in the dying seconds of the tie.

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But a successful raid from Monu followed by the Pune defence hacking down U Mumba’s star raider Siddharth Desai to the mat dashed U Mumba’s hopes of starting afresh after a dismal previous season where they lost four of their last five matches to miss out from the qualification scenario for the playoffs.

Nitin Tomar racked up 15 raid points for Pune while Desai scored one less for U Mumba as both the Maharashtra sides fought tooth and nail till the final whistle in an exhibition of fitness shown by both sets of players.

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With the result, U Mumba have now failed to get past Pune on five occasions in the last six meetings.

There was nothing to choose between teams for much of the first period barring U Mumba inflicting an all out on their local rivals who frittered their three-point lead at one point (9-6) to trail 14-18.

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However, two successful raids from Nitin Tomar coupled with Siddharth Desai failing to get the better of Pune defence helped Pune end the half at 18-20.

Post the breather, Monu helped Pune take the first point with a successful raid. Abhishek Singh faltered for U Mumba to level proceedings at 20-20 but Rohit Baliyan restored his side’s lead to two points.

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In form Siddharth then scored a super raid to stretch U Mumba’s lead to four points (21-25) but Tomar kept Pune in the game till the end and his efforts paid off when first Monu raided successfully followed by the Pune defence hacking Siddharth to the mat to level proceedings.

PKL: Happy to be back in my second home, says U Mumba’s Atrachali

Mumbai, May31: After becoming the most expensive buy in the history of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL), an elated Iranian Fazel Atrachali on Wednesday expressed pleasure on being picked by U Mumba.

The Iranian, who was picked by the Mumbai-based franchise for Rs 1 crore, surpassed Nitin Tomar, who was till now the costliest buy in the league after being bagged by UP Yoddhas for Rs 93 lakhs in the previous year’s auctions.

“I am very happy to be back in my second home – U Mumba. I have immense respect for the team because it is where it all began for me,” Atrachali said.

“The fact that I beat the record for the highest bid in Pro Kabaddi is truly an incredible feeling,” he added.

Meanwhile, U-Mumba team owner Ronnie Screwvala explained the reason behind paying a whopping amount to secure the Iranian defender.

“We wanted to be strong in defence. We had an extremely strong defence in season 1 and season 2 and that was part of the reason why we bargained for Fazal so fiercely,” said Ronnie.

“Fazal is someone who has played with us and we are quite happy to have him back. We wanted to be sure that we got who we wanted rather than going right till the end and then have to hastily pick a player,” added he.

Fazel Atrachali
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PKL 2018: U Mumba is My Second Home, Says Fazel Atrachali After Becoming PKL’s First-Ever Crorepati

The first day of this year’s Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) auction belonged entirely to Fazel Atrachali. The Iranian defender smashed the previous records while becoming the most expensive player in the history of the league.

U Mumba secured his services for a whopping cost of INR one crore. Atrachali had starred for Gujarat Fortune Giants (GFG) last year, helping the team enter the final.

The Iranian star became the first player to be bought for the staggering amount in the history of the PKL Auctions. The record of being the most expensive player previously belonged to Nitin Tomar.

UP Yoddha had snapped him for INR 93 lakh in last year’s auction.

Atrachali has been one of the most influential overseas players in the Pro Kabaddi League. He is the eleventh best defender regarding tackle points.

Atrachali has scored 152 tackle points with an average of 2.71 in the competition so far. Atrachali has recorded 11 high 5s and a tackle strike rate of 66.09.

Atrachali finished as the ninth best defender with 57 tackle points for the Gujarat Fortune, last season. He was the best defender in the fourth season of PKL when he played for the Patna Pirates.

Speaking after the auction, Fazel Atrachali expressed his delight over re-joining the Mumbai-based franchise.

Atrachali was part of the U Mumba side that won the title in season second and finished runners-up with the same team in a season three.

After that, he left for the Patna Pirates in the auction, and he played a crucial role in their victory in the fourth edition.

“Firstly, I’m so much happy. U Mumba is my second home, and I respect them a lot as U Mumba my first team in the Pro Kabaddi League. I love U Mumba, I’m very happy with the contract that I have got and for breaking the record in the league,” Fazel told Times Now.

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