Asian Kabaddi Title: Pawan Sehrawat and Co subdue Iranian test to hold crown

India Kabaddi Team

The Indian men’s kabaddi crew won the eleventh version of the Asian Kabaddi Title on Friday, beating Iran 42-32 in the last.

Held in Busan, South Korea, the Indian group stayed unbeaten all through the five gathering stage matches to top the gathering and secure a spot in the last in the end.
Vital to the Indians’ accomplishment was chief Pawan Sehrawat.

The capable plunderer had turned into the most costly player in Genius Kabaddi history, when he was purchased for Rs 2.26 crore at the bartering last season. Nonetheless, his mission for the Tamil Thalaivas endured only 10 minutes after he got a serious knee injury that necessary medical procedure.
The Asian Title was his most memorable competition subsequent to recuperating. Furthermore, he featured in the last, getting a significant 13 focuses for the Indians, trailed by Aslam Inamdar’s count of eight assault focuses.

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