In the PKL season 9 points table during the league phase, Jaipur Pink Panthers took top place while Puneri Paltan took second place, earning a direct berth into the semifinals.
Puneri Paltan finished second in the PKL season 9 points table during the league round, while Jaipur Pink Panthers took first place, securing a spot in the semifinals without having to play a playoff game.
Pankaj Mohite came through to enable Puneri Paltan to defeat Tamil Thalaivas 39-37 to go to their first-ever final, while Sahul Kumar and Ajith V motivated Jaipur Pink Panthers to a 49-29 comfortable victory against Bengaluru Bulls to do so. The two teams that finished first and second in the standings will compete in the championship game, but how many PKL titles have they already claimed? Puneri Paltan has yet to win the PKL, whereas Jaipur Pink Panthers were the league’s first winners. The Pink Panthers also came close in season 4, finishing second after losing to the Patna Pirates in the championship game.
While Pankaj Mohite came through to assist Puneri Paltan to defeat Tamil Thalaivas 39-37 to go to their first-ever final, Jaipur Pink Panthers defeated Bengaluru Bulls 49-29 with ease thanks to the leadership of Sahul Kumar and Ajith V. It will be a final between the two teams that finished first and second in the standings, but how many PKL championships have they already claimed?
Puneri Paltan has yet to win the PKL, whereas Jaipur Pink Panthers were the league’s first winners. The Pink Panthers also came close in season 4, finishing second after losing to the Patna Pirates in the championship game. Puneri Paltan, although placing third or fourth in seasons three and four, have yet to go to a final. Since their league debut in the first season, when Jaipur was crowned champion, this will be their first appearance in a PKL championship game.
Puneri Paltan, although placing third or fourth in seasons three and four, have yet to go to a final. Since their league debut in the first season, when Jaipur was crowned champion, this will be their first appearance in a PKL championship game.
Six of the 12 teams have won the PKL championship in the eight seasons that have been staged thus far, with Patna Pirates have won it the most. Last season, the Pirates, who had won the championship in seasons 3, 4, and 5, came in second. In addition to Patna Pirates and Jaipur Pink Panthers, Pro Kabaddi League champions Dabang Delhi (Season 8), Bengal Warriors (Season 7), Bengaluru Bulls (Season 6), and U Mumba (Season 2) have also been successful.
Puneri Paltan will take on the season 1 champion Jaipur Pink Panthers in the PKL 2022 championship game on Saturday, looking to continue the pattern of fresh winners being crowned since season 6. (December 17).
PKL Top performers for the Pink Panthers in the championship
Ajith, Sunil Kumar, and Arjun Deshwal emerged as Jaipur’s top players that night with 6 points apiece. In Final V, the Pink Panthers’ star players. Ajith, Sunil Kumar, and Arjun Deshwal. The Puneri Paltan took the lead at 3-1 after Pankaj Mohite executed a spectacular raid in the game’s first minutes.
Top Pink Panthers players in the Final V Ajith, Sunil Kumar, and Arjun Deshwal led Jaipur with 6 points apiece. In the first few minutes of the game, Pankaj Mohite executed a masterful raid to give Puneri Paltan a narrow 3-1 lead.
The Jaipur team rallied back, though, and tied the game at 3-3. However, in the ninth minute, a tackle by Gaurav Khatri on Arjun Deshwal enabled Pune to retake the lead at 5-4.
When the score was 6-6, Jaipur tied the game, and V Ajith improved. After that, the game was close throughout, but in the 16th minute, Mohammad Nabibakhsh helped Pune take the lead with a raid and a tackle point in rapid succession.
In the 19th minute, Ajith assisted Jaipur in taking the lead at 12-10, surprising both Sanket Sawant and Gaurav Khatri. The Panthers still had a 14-12 lead at the end of the first half. Aditya Shinde was tackled by the Panthers in the 22nd minute, resulting in an All Out, giving them a dominating 18-13 lead. However, Jaipur’s lead was reduced to 17-18 when Pune immediately halted Ajith and Akash Shinde scored many points in a raid.
Ankush, though, sacked Akash Shinde and contributed to the Panthers’ increased lead. At 20-23, Pune was still in the game as Aditya Shinde surprised Ankush and Sahul Kumar.
However, Jaipur’s captain, Sunil Kumar, made a few spectacular tackle points that enabled the Panthers to keep their advantage at 27-22 in the 34th minute. The Pune squad didn’t give up and tackled Deshwal in the 38th minute to stay in the game at 25-29. Following that, V Ajith was tackled by Badal Singh, and Aditya Shinde made a raid, but Puneri was unable to draw the game as Jaipur retained a 31-29 advantage in the waning seconds. The Panthers won their second Pro Kabaddi League title with a faultless performance in the game’s final seconds.