Who won yesterday’s kabaddi matches?


The 2022 Pro Kabaddi action continued in Hyderabad on Saturday night with another Triple Panga. The three matches that took place last night were UP Yoddhas v Jaipur Pink Panthers, Telugu Titans v U Mumba and Dabang Delhi KC v Patna Pirates. Here’s a look at the results of yesterday’s kabaddi match.

The first game between the Yoddhas and the Pink Panthers was a lopsided clash, where the Jaipur-based franchise recorded a comfortable win. Arjun Deshwal’s Super 10 guided the Pink Panthers to a 42-29 win over the Yoddhas. Captain Pardeep Narwal topped the Yoddhas with 14 points, but the others couldn’t impress much.

In the second game, home side Telugu Titans ended their 12 game losing streak with a six point victory over U Mumba. Siddharth Desai was the hero for the Titans as his nine-point run inspired them to a 32-26 win.

The main event of the evening was a rematch of last season’s final between Dabang Delhi KC and Patna Pirates. Mohammadreza Chiyaneh scored a record 16 tackle points in the game. However, his efforts were in vain as Patna lost to Delhi 27-30. Chiyaneh also scored three raid points, but his teammates let him down.


Summary of the results of yesterday’s Pro Kabaddi 2022 match

Here is a small summary of the matches that took place in Pro Kabaddi 2022 last night:

UP Yoddhas 29 – 42 Jaipur Pink Panthers (Pardeep Narwal 14 raid points, Ashu Singh two tackle points; Arjun Deshwal 19 raid points, Reza Mirbhageri five tackle points).

Telugu Titans 32 – 26 U Mumba (Siddharth Desai nine raid points, Parvesh Bhainswal three tackle points; Guman Singh eight raid points, Rinku three tackle points).

Dabang Delhi KC 30 – 27 Patna Pirates (Vijay Malik seven raid points, Amit Hooda five tackle points; Mohammadreza Chiyaneh three raid points, Mohammadreza Chiyaneh 16 tackle points).


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