Bengal Warriors registered their second consecutive victory in the Pro Kabaddi Season six.
Pardeep Narwal scored 14 points to be the star raider for Patna Pirates.
Abhishek Singh was the top raider for U Mumba with 12 raid points, while Fazel Atrachali was their top defender.
Haryana Steelers' star raider and new skipper Monu Goyat scored seven points and was ably supported by Kuldeep Singh, who chipped in with seven points.
Siddharth Desai, who scored 13 raid points was the star performer for U Mumba.
Naveen helped Delhi open their account with a successful raid but Gujarat won the next four points to open up a three point lead.
Nitin Tomar, who starred for the side in the first match was sensational once again.
Iran has teams in both the men's and women's finals.
Kabaddi is presently played by about 30 countries around the world.
Skipper Ajay Thakur along with Rohit Kumar and Monu Goyat scored raid points with ease to lead India to a comfortable victory.
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India skipper Ajay Thakur led the team from the front picking a total of eight points in the Kabaddi Masters opener.
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The highlight of the day one of PKL 2018 auction was Monu Goyat as he earned the bragging rights of being called the costliest player.
A total of 422 players will be going under the hammer when the two-day auctions for the sixth edition of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) 2018 gets underway on Wednesday.
The stadium was hosting the Asian championships of kabaddi, a sort of cross between wrestling, rugby and the playground game of tag originating from the Indian sub-continent.
The Patna Pirates, who have been the best raiding team in the tournament, kept up the pressure on the Fortunegiants, with some superb work, to win 32 raid points.
Debutant Gujarat FortuneGiants will hope to cap a memorable run in the Pro Kabaddi League Season Five with a triumph when they take on two-time defending champion Patna Pirates in the final at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium on Saturday.