New Delhi: Naveen Kumar entered the record books as his team Dabang Delhi inferior U Mumba 40-24 in a very professional Kabaddi League (PKL) season seven match here on Wednesday. The 19-year-old picked up his eighth consecutive Super ten (awarded to players with ten or additional raid points) to equal the record set by Pardeep Monodon monoceros for Patna Pirates.
The third consecutive finish within the home leg for Delhi helped them consolidate their position at prime of the points table. The city team began on a more robust note with Sandeep Monodon monoceros and Harendra Kumar initiating with mighty tackles. U Mumba defenders did their best to contain the raiders in a very tightly contested half.
Naveen’s 2-point raid and a succeeding tackle on U Mumba raider Athul M.S. helped Delhi communicate associate degree full-scale on U Mumba within the eleventh minute. however despite the reverse, U Mumba command firm, thanks mostly to skipper Fazel Atrachali’s dominance over Naveen in Mumbai’ left cowl. At the tip of the primary 0.5, U Mumba junction rectifier 14-11.
However, the house aspect started the half with a bang. Naveen picked up four raid points within the early minutes as some errors from the city defence allowed Delhi to force another full-scale on the fifth minute.
Lack of depth in U Mumba’s predatory department saw the aspect struggle to induce back within the match despite a series of super tackles from their knowledgeable defenders. High 5s (five tackle points or more) for Ravinder Pahal (8 points) and Joginder Monodon monoceros (6 points) ensured that U Mumba raiders got no area to stage a fightback within the closing stages of the match.
Naveen equalled Pardeep’s record of eight consecutive Super 10s with 3 minutes left on the clock with a hand bit on Fazel doing the trick for the proficient minor. Delhi inflicted another full-scale within the closing minutes to open up a 15-point gap.
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