Pro Kabaddi League 2018, Match 90: Dabang Delhi KC vs U Mumba, Player Ratings
Fazel Atrachali - (6/10)
The U Mumba skipper was a restrained figure on the left corner being wary of the threat possessed by Naveen Kumar, who caught him a couple of times. He had a better second half scoring three strong tackles in his typical fashion.
Surender Singh - (6/10)
The young cover defender of the U Mumba side had a restrained night from his usual standards. He scored three tackle points with his timely dashes from the cover position and operated well alongside Rohit Rana.
Rohit Rana - (5/10)
The experienced cover defender looked in good touch at the centre of the U Mumba defence with his well-timed dashes. He picked up two tackle points.
Dharmaraj Cheralathan - (3/10)
The veteran Dharmaraj Cheralathan was not successful in the match, failing to get a tackle point but was a helpful presence with his assists.
Siddharth Desai - (9/10)
The leading raider of the U Mumba side had a quiet first half of the match and raided just four times getting three bonus points. He had a better second half which saw him produce a Super Raid to clean out the Delhi defence to inflict the all-out. He scored another Super Raid towards the end, worth four points and finished with a massive 19 points in the end.
Abhishek Singh - (2/10)
The all-rounder had a poor first half tonight as he failed to pick up a raid point and conceded two points in the defence. He was replaced at the end of the first half by Abolfazl Maghsoudlou.
Rohit Baliyan - (6/10)
The former Dabang Delhi KC man had a good first half of the match targeting the right corner of the Delhi defence and picking up touch as well as bonus points with ease finishing with five raid points tonight.
Vinod Kumar - (5/10)
The utility all-rounder came off the bench early in the mat when the U Mumba raiders were out on the bench and scored two points in a do-or-die raid. He had four raid points with three bonus points.
Abolfazl Maghsoudlou - (4/10)
The Iranian international came off the bench in the second half to replace Abhishek Singh. He did not manage a raid point but scored a tackle point with a strong ankle hold.