Dabang Delhi raider Naveen Kumar has said that it’s a proud moment for him to represent his team in the PKL 2019 final on Saturday against Bengal Warriors. Bengal coach BC Ramesh is expecting a thrilling battle between the two teams who have qualified for the final for the first time in the history.
Naveen Kumar has been one of the top performers of the seventh season of the PKL. With 283 raid points and 21 super 10s, he has ensured that Delhi entered the final for the first time in the seven-year history of the league. He is really delighted to be a part of the final and stated that his aim is to win the trophy for Delhi.
“Reaching the finals is a very proud moment. We have worked so hard for this very moment. Our coach has prepared us for it. My goal for the team is to win their maiden vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 7 and take the trophy home,” Naveen said before the final.
Pretty much like Dabang Delhi, Bengal Warriors are also playing the final for the first time. However, their coach BC Ramesh was a part of the final in the sixth season as well as he was with Bengaluru Bulls alongside Randhir Singh. Having won the title last season, Ramesh hopes to make it twice in a row in his PKL coaching career. He is expecting an intriguing game against Dabang Delhi on Saturday.
“This will be a very exciting finals as both the teams will be competing in the finals for the first time. The experience of lifting the trophy is something undefinable and we are confident it will be a match to watch,” mentioned the Bengal coach.