Pakistan, India 3-match Kabaddi series in November
Pakistan has decided to hold a Kabaddi series against India later in November this year.
As per reports, Pakistan Kabaddi Federation (PKF) officials confirmed the news and said the two teams will take on each other in a three-match series.
PKF Secretary General Rana Sarwar said that they had initially planned to hold the series near the end of April, however, it has now been moved to November.
Earlier, Pakistan won the Kabaddi World Cup 2020 after beating arch-rival India by 43 to 41 points in a nail-biting final match at Punjab Stadium in Lahore.
Pakistan has won the Kabaddi World Cup for the first time.
Pakistan was awarded a cash prize of ten million rupees along with the trophy while the Indian team was given a seven-point five million rupees cash prize.
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