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Friday, June 29, 2018

Kabaddi Masters Dubai 2018: India Beat South Korea

The Indian Kabaddi group, drove by Ajay Thakur advanced toward the semi-last of Kabaddi Masters 2018 in Dubai after a pounding 50-15 win against Kenya on Tuesday. The brimming with stars Indian group would be high on certainty subsequent to keeping up a 100 for each penny win record in the gathering phase of the competition where it vanquished the chief opponents Pakistan twice. In spite of confronting extreme rivalry from a few groups, India went ahead best soundly, winning most matches with a tremendous edge.

Mentor Srinivas Reddy must be given acknowledgment for dealing with the group in the most ideal way. He has attempted relatively every player in the squad in the initial four matches. Korea, then again, completed in the second spot in his gathering with two wins. The second semi-last of the competition will likewise be hung on June 29.
India: Girish Maruti Ernak, Surender Nada, Sandeep, Mohit Chhillar, Raju Lal Choudhary, Surjeet (Po), Deepak, Pardeep Narwal, Rahul Chaudhari, Rishank Krishna Devadiga, Monu Goyat, Rohit Kumar, Ajay Thakur, Manjeet Chhillar
Republic of Korea:  Lee Dong Geon, Eom Tae Deok, Lee Jae Min, Lee Jang Kun, Hong Dong Ju, Kim Dong Gyu, Park Chan Sik, Jo Jae Pil, Kim Seong Ryeol, Park Hyun Il,Kim Gyung Tae, Ko Young Chang
When: June 29, Friday at 9 PM IST
Where: Al Wasl Sports Club, Dubai
Broadcast: Kabaddi Masters Dubai 2018 will be broadcast on Star Sports Network: Star Sports Network- Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi & Tamil, Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD.
Live Streaming:  Kabaddi Masters 2018 will be live streamed on Hotstar and Jio TV

FULL TIME! India have been the better side this evening over the two parts and have deservingly turned into the second finalists of the Kabaddi Masters DUBAI 2018. The title holders proceeded with their triumphant keep running in commanding style as any semblance of Monu Goyat and Ajay Thakur bulldozed South Korea. India won the blockbuster elimination round conflict 36-20 to book a summit conflict with Iran.  Rohit Kumar has gone ahead as a substitute, extraordinary compared to other bandits in the Pro Kabaddi League, he is a best quality sub. Mohit Chillar with a radiant handle on Korea number 10 Huynil Park has set the tone for India's win.
The title holders lead 32-19 with under three minutes to play. India have taken a timeout as the mentor strolls to the players for a short kick talk. Indeed, the title holders have been fantastic up until this point and have contained a splendid looking South Korea side serenely. An additional seven minutes to play and Ajay Thakur is on the seat. India driving 30-18.Ajay Thakur has been the best player by a wide margin on the tangle for India as he has completed the greater part of his eight strikes.
Korea take a point on the do-or-bite the dust attack yet India wouldn't fret that. Monu Goyat is held as Korea put on another splendid group handle. Jang Kun Lee is the following one in yet he returns without a point. Ajay Thakur with another two focuses for India. Furthermore, India lead 30-17 while in transit to the finals.  Monu Goyat has conveyed another freshness to the side as he sneaks another point for the title holders who are minutes from the finals of the Kabaddi Masters 2018, where Iran will sit tight for them.
 Jang Kun Lee has returned to take a point for the Koreans. With 12 minutes left in the diversion, India are driving 28-15. Another hard and fast dispensed on Korea after India win an audit as a Korean protector had ventured out of the tangle. India are driving easily and Prashant Davadiga with a strong run wins a point for India.
The score is 26-11 with 15 minutes left in the amusement. Koreans will require something uncommon to make a rebound from here.  India have squared the procedures in the second half on a pounding note as Girish Maruti Ernak pulls off a standout amongst other handles of the competition to expand India's count. Dong Ju Hong's kept running back was stopped by Girish who is having an extraordinary amusement. A Korean protector ventures out of the tangle as India get a point. With 16 minutes left in the match, India are driving 20-10. 
The players are back on the tangle and the second half is in progress at the Al Wasl Sports Club in Dubai. India will hope to reach out there lead from here and wrap everything up against South Korea.  Monu Goyat has been a distinct advantage in this diversion for India and has brought focuses either through touchdowns or rewards each time he has gone on a strike.
 Toward the finish of the main half, India are driving serenely 16-10 however Korea has been familiar with the assaults. Both the sides have kept up an incredible cautious levelheadedness to keep it a low scoring issue. India 16-10 South Korea. India are presently relentlessly hitting once more into the diversion and are driving the cahrge against the Koreans. Monu Goyat got an agreeable win after which Korean thief was stunned in a do-or-kick the bucket attack. With just a few more minutes left into the diversion, India have determined a decent lead of 13-8.
Jang Kun Lee with a super strike for Korea and the title holders are being commanded here in the second elimination round of the Kabaddi Masters 2018. Monu Goyat replaces Deepak Hooda for India ahead of schedule into the diversion. 12 minutes into the amusement, India and Korea are occupied with a nearby fight with a 8-8 each scoreline. India level rapidly with the second point and Korea are not taking a stab at anything extravagant.
Pradeep Narwal endeavors to focus on the left corner and he has been gotten in his own net as Korea take the point with a strong guarded show. Ajay Thakur gets a point for India with a slippery touch on a Korean protector. India 3-4 Korea.  South Korea begin the procedures with a point, Pardeep Narwal returns without a point and Jang Kun Lee wins a reward point. In the do-or-kick the bucket strike, Indian skipper Ajay Thakur gets the reward point and opens his group's record in the amusement. Indians are not going to have it simple here.
Title holders India held their nerves under strain to beat Korea 36-20 and set up a summit conflict against Iran in the six-country Kabaddi Masters in Dubai on Saturday.
India skipper Ajay Thakur with 10 strike focuses outscored his partner Jang Kun Lee (8) with radiant on-court abilities and fine system to rouse India to a 6th prevail upon their adversaries from seven trades. India have not lost to Korea since their nail-gnawing rout in an alliance match of their triumphant crusade in the 2016 World Cup. Iran set up a superlative show to destroy Pakistan 40-21 in the primary semi-last at the Al-Wasl Sport Complex as it would be a rehash of 2016 World Cup last here tomorrow with title holders India confronting the sprinters up.
Trailing 3-7 inside 10 minutes, India tore their way into the lead and mentor Srinivas Reddy choice to expedite Monu Goyat instead of Narwal paid off. Goyat joined well with Thakur as India compensated for he lost grounds by perpetrating a hard and fast just before the half-time to grab a 13-8 lead.

In any case, with Lee in unfavorable shape, Korean shoulders did not drop and kept the diversion bursting at the seams with only a 17-10 lead for the Indians at the break. After the changeover, Girish Ernak shocked everybody when he without any help pulled Lee once again from a propelled position to give a nine-point pad. India lined it up with a hard and fast with a brilliant dash from Surjeet to dispense a full scale that extended their prompt 24-11.
India began the second half firmly as their protection drove by Girish Ernak was in fine frame. A hard and fast was dispensed in the 24th moment as India drove 25-11. Rishank Devadiga influenced a two-point to assault to give India 26-11 lead while Thakur scored an attack point to make it 30-17.
Over the most recent five minutes, India took their foot off the pedal yet ran out agreeable victors with the score 36-20 to support them. Confronting a divided group with Pakistani fans yelling 'Iran, Iran, India got off to a moderate and careful begin.
Korean then again were forceful from the begin with commander Lee driving from the front with a super attack that gave them the early preferred standpoint. Reddy favored an accomplished Narwal over Rohit Kumar to add a left plunderer to the group a move that did not function admirably.
Driven by the magic Mohammed Maghsoudlou, Iran stood tall and denied Pakistan to mount a genuine risk. Mohammed Nabibaksh additionally contributed in the attacking division for Iran who likewise set up a solid show in the guard and did not enable any space and time to Pakistan's pillagers. Such was their resistance that Pakistan couldn't drive a full scale notwithstanding Iran down to two men for very nearly four minutes as Korea had a sound 19-9 lead at the break.
The six-country invitational competition, composed by International Kabaddi Federation in relationship with Star Sports and Dubai Sports Council, is the last competition before the Asian Games.

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