The Pro Kabaddi League match of season 2021/22 is going to take place on January 26th, 2022, at Sheraton Grand, Whitefield, Bengaluru, at 7:30 PM, where Bengaluru Bulls and U Mumba will perform against each other to win and increase their scores in the kabaddi match. Both teams’ live performances have grabbed the interest of fans.
In the past, both the teams have played with the thought that they would create new scores for their team and it happened with the Bengaluru Bulls as they won by 30 points more than U Mumba’s 26 points, and in another match, the Bengaluru Bulls came forward by winning over 35 points, more than the 33 points mentioned by U Mumba in the match. But U Mumba’s outstanding performance has marked their victory on December 22nd, 2021, with 46 points higher than the 30 points of the Bengaluru Bulls.
People have also spotted some players’ performances based on past matches of kabaddi, such as Fazel Atrachali, Abhishek Singh, Arjun Deshwal, Rohit Baliyan, Harendra Kumar, Surender Singh, and Sandeep Narwal, the top players of the U Mumba team.
The Bengaluru Bulls’ seven most intelligent and adaptable players were Rohit Kumar, Pawan Kumar Sehrawat, Sumit Singh, Mahender Singh, Saurabh Nandal, Amit Sheoran, and Ashish Kumar.
It will be so interesting to see the live performance of the participating teams, and it is very difficult to imagine one winner amongst two super talented teams, because they both deserve victory equally in the match.
Benguluru Bulls Team Sehrawat (R), Chandran Ranjit (R), Deepak Narwal (R), Abolfazel Maghso (Raider), Dong Geon Lee (Raider), Naseeb (Raider), Bharat (Raider), Mahender Singh (Defender), Vikas (Defender), Ankit (Defender), Mohit Sehrawat (Defender).
U Mumba Team Abhishek Singh (Raider), V Ajith Kumar (Raider), Navneet (Raider), Prathap (Raider), Jashandeep Singh (Raider), Kamlesh (Raider), Fazel Atrachali (Defender), Sunil Siddhgavali (Defender), AJeet (Defender), Harendra Kumar (Defender), Prince (Defender), Rinku (Defender), Rahul Sethpal (Defender), Ashish Sangwan [all-rounder] and Pankaj [all-rounder]