Kabaddi World Cup 2020: Pakistan becomes first champion after defeating rival India in final.
Lahore: Pakistan becomes first world champion after defeating traditional rival and Six-time Kabaddi World Cup Winners India in the final of Kabaddi World Cup 2020.
The Kabaddi World Cup final 2020 was played at Lahore's Punjab Stadium on Sunday. The players of both countries tried hard to win the final, but the Pakistani wrestlers were overwhelmed and they made the Indian wrestlers all four.
The final match between the traditional rivals was exciting and exciting, and in both half, the teams continued to dominate each other at the points table.
Before the end of the game, Pakistan scored more points on which Pakistan scored 43 and India 39. With Pakistan getting points, the Indian wrestlers started crying and with just one minute left, the Indian officials came on the field and told their players to leave the field.
By the end of the game, Pakistan's score was 43 and India's 41, Pakistan defeated the Indian team by 2 points to win the title for the first time.
The Indian team has failed to defend the Kabaddi World Cup circle style title, with the Indian team being the winner of the World Cup 6 times, but this is their first defeat.
Pakistan Captains Irfan Mana, Shafiq Chishti, Waqas Butt, Malik Bin Yameen, Sajjad Gujar, Qamar Butt presented the brilliant game from Pakistan. Pakistan won the world title by two points against the Indian team.
The Governor Punjab Muhammad Sarwar was the special chief guest of Kabaddi World Cup final who gave trophy and Rs 1 crore prize money to the winning team while the Indian team was given Rs 75 lakh.
Pakistan Captains Irfan said:
Irfan Mana, the captain of the Pakistan team, said that the win was not the victory of the Kabaddi players but the whole of Pakistan. I will face a lot of resistance from the Indian team, but Allah helped to do the best on the home ground.
Iran's Third place in Kabaddi World Cup 2020.
Earlier, the match between Iran and Australia was played for the third and fourth positions, with the Iranian Kabaddi team winning the third position at the Kabaddi World Cup. Iran defeated Australia's Kabaddi team by 21 points, scored 54-33 and won the game by giving excellent play.
The Iranian players cheered the whole ground with their flags and the spectators cheered the Iranian team.
For the first time in Kabaddi World Cup history, the World Cup was held in Pakistan, which took place in Lahore, Faisalabad, and Gujarat and 10 teams participated.