The Haryana Steelers and Bengal Warriors have put in so many efforts to reach the 92nd match of the Kabaddi League happening on Friday, at 7:30 PM. The Pro Kabaddi League match of season 8 is going to be held on February 4, 2022, at the destination of Sheraton Grand, Whitefield, Bengaluru. Fans will capture each player of the Haryana Steelers and Bengal Warriors teams in the 92nd match of the Kabaddi League 2022 at a fixed time and place.
Haryana Steelers and Bengal Warriors had played many matches in the past, and it was found that Haryana Steelers won the maximum number of matches as compared to Bengal Warriors. But Haryana Steelers have maintained their level by winning a Kabaddi League match on January 7th, 2022, against Bengal Warriors. And their scores were recorded as Haryana Steelers, with 41 points more than the 37 points of the Bengal Warriors.
Meetu, the all-rounder, Vikas Kandola, Jaideep, Rohit Gulia, and Mohit have played very well to stop Maninder Singh and other co-operative players of Bengal Warriors in the match.
People have also checked the Kabaddi league scorecard to know the participant teams’ exact position. There was not much distance left between Haryana Steelers and Bengal Warriors as Haryana Steelers won in approximately six matches, and Bengal Warriors have confirmed their five wins in the Kabaddi League match.
It is clear that the Haryana Steelers are running one step ahead of the Bengal Warriors as per the latest match results, and fans are also demanding that the Haryana Steelers should win in the 92nd match of the Pro Kabaddi League on February 4, 2022, at 7:30 PM.
Haryana Steelers Squad Vikash Kandola [Raider], Vinay [Raider], Ashish [Raider], Mohammad Mahalli [Raider], Akshay [Raider], Surender Nada [Defender], Rajesh Gurjar [Defender], Mohit [Defender], Rajesh Narwal [all-rounder], Shrikant Tewthia [all-rounder], Vikash Jaglan [all-rounder], Ajay [all-rounder], Hamid Nader [all-rounder], Meetu [all-rounder] and Jaideep [all-rounder]
Bengal Warriors Team Maninder Singh (R), K Prapanjan (R), Mohammad Taghi (R), Rakesh Narwal (R), Ravindra Kumawat (R), Bhuvneshwar Gaur [R], Sukesh Hegde (R), Naveen Narwal (D), Sahil [D], Amit (D), Baldev Singh (D), Jeeva Kumar (D), Viraj Vishnu Landge (D), Adarsh T (D), Dharmendra Singh (D), Rinku Narwal (D), Mohammad Nabibaksh [all-rounder].