کبڈی ورلڈ کپ؛ پاکستان آسٹریلیا کو شکست دے کر سیمی فائنل میں پہنچ گیا


  Lahore: Pakistan defeated Australia in the Kabaddi World Cup and reached the semi-finals, Pakistan defeated Australia 25-62.
  According to Express News, Pakistan won the toss and started the match with the Reds, Pakistani readers Lala Obaidullah Kamboh, Irfan Mana, Bilal Mohsin, Shahram Bhutto, Kaleemullah Jat scored points while Japanese Shani Basra, Musharraf Janjua, Zafar Cheney made a living and made the Australian players helpless and the Pakistani players took the lead in the first half.
  Nationals scored points 10-33 in the first half, Pakistani players dominated the second half, giving the Reds a stunning 25-62 victory over Pakistan. The best readers of the match were Pakistani players Irfan Mana Jat and Bilal Mohsin and the best Japanese Shani Basra.
  In the second match, India defeated Iran 39-50 after a tough match, Indian player Wayne Khatri was given the Best Reader while Arsh Jhula was awarded the Best Japi. In the third match, Germany defeated Sierra Leone 14-43. Easily bothered by.
  According to the February 13 contests, India and Iran scored 6, 6 Germany, 4 and England 2 points in Pool A while Sierra Leone did not score.
  Pakistan and Australia 4,4,2 in Pool B, Canada have 2 points while Azerbaijan team could not get any points whereas in Pool B, Pakistan and Australia and India and Iran in Pool A have reached the semifinals. ۔
  On February 14, two matches will be played at Zahir Divine Stadium Gujarat, the first match between Pakistan and Azerbaijan at 2:30 pm, while the second match between India and the UK will be held at 3:00 pm.


Basit Hussain

Basit is an avid sports lover. He is a cricket fan from 6 years of age and has been covering sports news from the past 4 years and have worked with some of the most reputable journalistic organizations of Pakistan. Basit is a Babar Azam fan and he thinks he's positive coverage across different media organizations land Babar job as the captain of the national side. Opinions expressed by Basit are completely his own. Get in touch with him at [email protected]

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