Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 season 8: How to watch live streaming for January 13 matches
The Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 will host the 51st and 52nd matches of Season 8 today on January 13, 2022. The 51st fixture will take place between Bengal Warriors and Tamil Thalaivas at 7:30 PM whereas the 52nd match will be U Mumba vs Puneri Paltan at 8:30 PM. Both the matches of Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 season 8 for January 13 will be played at Sheraton Grand, Whitefield, Bengaluru and the same will be live streamed on various sports channels as well as online platforms.
The defending champions Bengal Warriors will come to overcome their previous two matches and face Tamil Thalaivas. While Bengal Warriors sit tenth in the points table with three wins and five losses from eight matches, while Thalaivas, have three wins, one loss, and have four ties so far.
The Paltan are currently at the penultimate position in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) points table, U Mumba are currently sitting in fifth position.
Know when, where and how you can watch the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 match live streaming for January 13, 2022.
Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 LIVE streaming: Where to watch January 13 match
The 51st and 52nd matches of Pro Kabaddi league season 8 will be live telecast on sports channels Star Sports 2/2 HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 HD Hindi, Star Sports 1 Telugu, Star Sports 1 Tamil, Star Sports 1 Kannada, Star Maa Gold, Star Sports First and Star Suvarna Plus TV channels as well as on OTT platform Disney+ Hotstar.
Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 Season 8 LIVE streaming for January 13, 2022: How to watch online
Kabaddi lovers can watch both the matches of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 for January 13 on OTT platform Disney+ Hotstar by logging in either to a mobile app or website.
Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 Match 1 timing for January 13, 2022
The Bengal Warriors vs Tamil Thalaivas match is scheduled to begin from 7:30 pm onwards and will be live streamed on all the sports channels.
Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 Match 2 timing for January 13, 2022
The U Mumba vs Puneri Paltan match will be telecast live from 8:30 pm onwards.
Maninder Singh helps Bengal Warriors beat Tamil Thalaivas
(PTI) Captain Maninder Singh led from the front as defending champions Bengal Warriors defeated Tamil Thalaivas 37-28 in a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) match, here on Thursday.
Skipper Maninder got a Super 10 (12 points) while defenders Amit Narwal and Ran Singh controlled the defence to halt their two match losing streak.
The victory also ended Thalaivas’ unbeaten run.
The Thalaivas started on the front foot with their defensive combination of Surjeet and Sagar tackling Maninder. That set the tone for the initial minutes with Manjeet raiding sensibly at the other end.
But Narwal produced a stunning Super Tackle in the fifth minute to change the balance of power.
The defending champions built on the momentum and quickly reduced the Thalaivas men on the mat. Surjeet produced two Super Tackles to pick up his High 5 but Bengal eventually got their 'All Out' with seven minutes to the interval.
The Thaliavas kept looking the more proactive side despite trailing and introduced super-sub Ajinkya Pawar to add more fire in the raiding department. The half ended 20-16 in favour of Bengal.
Bengal maintained a 6-point lead at the first Time Out but it felt only a matter of time before either team tried something ambitious.
Ran Singh, returning to the mat after a long injury layoff, produced a stunning tackle in the left corner for Bengal to spark an 'All Out'.
Bengal opened a 11-point lead with seven minutes remaining as Amit Narwal reached his High 5.
The defending champions ensured there were no slip ups in the dying minutes to win the match comfortably.
Puneri Paltan thrash U Mumba 42-23 in Maharashtra Derby
(ANI) Puneri Paltan completely outclassed U Mumba 42-23 in Match 52 of Pro Kabaddi League Season 8 at The Sheraton Grand, Whitefield, Bengaluru.
The season's first Maharashtra Derby belonged to the team from Pune who brought out an all-round performance against a Mumbai side desperately lacking ideas. Left-cover Vishal Bhardwaj and all-rounder Nitin Tomar picked up High 5s for the Pune team who jumped to 10th on the points table.
Mumbai will be left to wonder what they need to do to plug the gap left by injured raider Ajith Kumar. Abhishek Singh has struggled to lead the team in his absence with no other raider stepping up.
The first half of the derby was dominated by Pune with Aslam Inamdar and Nitin Tomar impressing in their raids. After a cautious start to the match, Nitin Tomar produced a stunning 3-point Super Raid in the 13th minute to initiate Pune's charge for an ALL OUT.
They clinched it eventually with 4 minutes to interval and opened a 4-point lead. Mumbai looked disjointed as a unit, clearly missing V Ajith Kumar's presence in the raiding department. Abhishek Singh tried his best to help Mumbai stay in touch with their arch-nemesis, but the half ended 18-10 with Pune in the lead.
Pune coach Anup Kumar wanted his team to slow down their raids, but Aslam Inamdar had other plans as he produced a 3-point Super Raid at the start of the second half. Paltan got their second ALL OUT in the 4th minute after the restart as their defence steamrolled the Mumbai raiders.
Pune opened up a 17-point lead with 10 minutes remaining as Vishal Bhardwaj and Baldev Singh ensured their corners remained raid-proof. They got another ALL OUT immediately after the first Time Out as Vishal Bhardwaj picked his High 5.
Cover defender Abinesh Nadarajan also impressed as Pune opened a 21-point lead in the final minutes. The experienced Nitin Tomar picked up a High 5 in the closing stages as Pune won the derby comfortably.