Four out of the total of 12 team-owning groups that participated in the Pro Kabaddi League have LPU students participating in it. Students from LPU are putting in outstanding performances one after another in the Pro Kabaddi League. Meet Meetu Sharma, a kabaddi student at LPU who played a game-changer in the match between the Haryana Steelers and the Gujarat Fortune Giants.

Haryana raced out to a 12-point lead at halftime, only to trail by three points in the final minutes of the game, thanks to a 19-point performance from Giants’ raider Rakesh Sanrogya, who led the team in scoring. The squad from Haryana, on the other hand, maintained their composure in the final raids to secure a vital victory. The Haryana Steelers defeated Gujarat Giants 38-36 in Pro Kabaddi League at The Sheraton Grande Whitefield Bengaluru. Vikash Khandola and Meetu both scored super 10s within the victory.

LPU Student Meetu Sharma Shines in Pro Kabaddi League

A total of two ALL OUTs were completed by the Haryana Steelers throughout the first half of the game. Captain Vikash Khandola was in spectacular form, gliding around the mat with lightning-quick feet and leaving Gujarat’s star-studded defence with no answers. Next, young raider Meetu made a significant contribution to the Steelers. With 6 minutes left in the half, Haryana inflicted two all-outs to open up a 12-point lead over the opposition team. The Steelers took a 22-10 lead into the locker room at halftime.

The Gujarat Giants entered the second half of the season with an entirely different mindset. Gujarat has cut Haryana’s lead to 5 points at this time. The Giants, through their raider Rakesh, continued to apply pressure on the Steelers’ defence, which had begun to give up easy points in recent weeks. Gujarat managed to secure second ALL OUT and took the lead with less than four minutes left to play. Although Kabaddi is a game of small margins, LPU Student Meetu scored a 3-point Super Raid with less than 2 minutes remaining to tie the game.

Wishing you the best of success in your next bout, Meetu.