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PKL 2019 | Fit after minor knee injury, Dharmaraj Cheralathan confident to lead Haryana Steelers to glory in home leg

Haryana Steelers skipper Dharmaraj Cheralathan has said that he and his team are fully confident of playing well in their upcoming home leg in the seventh season of the PKL. He also talked about the reason behind his fitness and his bonding with his former teammate and current coach Rakesh Kumar.
Chiranjibi Pati
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PKL 2019 | Best 7 of Kolkata Leg ft. Maninder Singh, Pardeep Narwal and Sandeep Dhull

The Kolkata Leg witnessed the rise and fall of many teams, close encounters aplenty and another home team managing to stay unbeaten which helped them jump to the second spot on the points table. So, at Sportscafe we collated a list of seven players that stood out during the Kolkata leg of the PKL.
SportsCafe Desk
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PKL 2019 | Gujarat will not only qualify for playoffs but also play the final, believes Manpreet Singh

Gujarat Fortunegiants’ coach Manpreet Singh is of the belief that his team will not only make it to the playoffs of the ongoing PKL but also get an entry into the final. The runners-up team from the last year are currently placed at the eighth position on the points table with 34 points.
Chiranjibi Pati
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PKL 2019 | Studs and Duds from Delhi leg ft. Saurabh Nandal, Sunil Kumar and Rahul Chaudhari

The Delhi leg of the seventh edition of the PKL has just got over with the home team dominating all their games at the Thyagraj Sports Complex. Before we move to Bengaluru for the defending champions’ home leg, here is the list of studs and duds from the national capital by SportsCafe.
Chiranjibi Pati
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PKL 2019 | Studs and duds from Ahmedabad leg ft. Pankaj, Girish Ernak and Ravinder Pahal

Ahmedabad was the fourth stop in PKL 2019 and it saw some breathtaking action with many players shining for their respective teams while many also failing to leave up to the expectations. Gujarat’s Pankaj emerged as the biggest surprise while Girish Ernak continues to disappoint Puneri Paltan fans.
Chiranjibi Pati
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PKL 2019 | Best 7 of Ahmedabad leg ft. Vikash Kandola, Naveen Kumar and Sunil Kumar

Ahmedabad leg was tougher than expected as we saw the home team lose all their games for the first time. They have now lost six out of nine matches they have played so far. We also saw several close matches as well and here is the list of the top performers in the form of Best 7 of the leg.
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PKL 2019 | Studs and duds from Patna leg ft. Neeraj Kumar, Monu Goyat and Nitesh Kumar

The Patna leg of the ongoing seventh season of the Pro Kabaddi League has come to an end with the home team getting the better of UP Yoddha on Friday. Few players performed beyond expectations while a few also failed to live up to that, here’s a list of few such players.
Chiranjibi Pati
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PKL 2019 | How Gujarat Fortunegiants inflicted first defeat of season on Dabang Delhi KC

After a great show in the first three games of the season, Dabang Delhi KC faced a tough challenge in their fourth game from Gujarat Fortunegiants. Despite an impressive show by Naveen Kumar, the team from the national capital had a few loopholes which led to their first defeat this season.
Chiranjibi Pati
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PKL 2019 | 5Ws and 1H – Gujarat Fortunegiants

Gujarat Fortunegiants were one of the four teams to join the league in 2017 but they have performed consistently since then. After finishing the tournament at the second place in their debut season, the Ahmedabad-based side ended up on the losing side again in the last final against Bengaluru Bulls.
Chiranjibi Pati
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PKL 2019 | Retired from competitive kabaddi, Anup Kumar aims to build future stars through coaching

Since the inception of the PKL, Anup Kumar was at the centre of all attractions among all other players. Meanwhile, after announcing his retirement from competitive kabaddi, the legendary raider is now looking forward to share his knowledge and experience with the youngsters through coaching.
Chiranjibi Pati