Live Streaming of Final Match and Closing Ceremony of Pearls 3rd World Kabaddi Cup 2012 at Ludhiana City. Live Performance By Bollywood Actress Katrina Kaif, Punjabi Singer and Actor Diljit Dosanjh and Singer Sukhwinder Singh. Watch Live Closing Ceremony of Kabaddi World Cup 2012 on 15 December 2012 at Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana, Punjab.Time: 6:30 PM (India).
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India vs Pakistan Final Match Result and Highlights Kabaddi World Cup 2012
Event : 3nd Kabaddi World Cup 2012
Match : Final
Between : India vs Pakistan
Time : 8:00 PM
Venue : Ludhiana
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The Pakistan team later played its inaugural match against Sierra Leone in Hoshiarpur on Monday evening. The Pakistan side, which is among the top favorites along with the host India team, easily beat Sierra Leone 52-12. The Pakistan team members said that only 16 members were issued visas against the 20 who had applied. Led by their captain, Musharraf Javed, the team proceeded to Hoshiarpur to play its first match.
There was controversy over the arrival of the team as the Indian high commission in Islamabad did not issue visas to the 26 members who had applied for visas. The list was cut down to 20 members but the visas were issued to 16 members only. Sources in the Kabaddi organizing committee said that the Indian mission had objections to issuing visa to a retired Pakistan Army officer who was made part of the delegation. The officer was finally not issued a visa.
Pakistan avenged last year’s shock defeat at the hands of Canada after thrashing the same opponents 53-27 to reach the final of 3rd Kabaddi World Cup in India.
Pakistan skipper Musharraf had vowed to improve on last year’s result when Pakistan lost 44-39 and had to settle for bronze. His players responded in the best manner possible. The Asian champions were in dominant form throughout the group stage and continued in the same way, helped by the return of raider Lala Obaidullah who managed 10 successful raids, according to coach Tahir Waheed.