Pro Kabaddi League 2022 Points Table October 21: PKL 9 Standings (Updated) After Day 13

A couple of big changes happened in the Pro Kabaddi League 2022 points table after the Triple Panga which happened on October 21 in Bengaluru. Puneri Paltan have jumped from fifth to third position in the standings. They have joined Dabang Delhi KC and Jaipur Pink Panthers in the Top 3 of the points table.

Puneri Paltan registered their third consecutive win of the tournament as they edged the Bengal Warriors by 27-25 in the second match of the Triple Panga. Fazel Atrachali stole the show in Bengaluru as he scored tackle points against the Warriors.

Earlier in the night, season two winners U Mumba locked horns with the Manpreet Singh-coached Haryana Steelers. Initially, U Mumba took a big lead in the match, but Haryana bounced back. However, Haryana could not avoid a defeat as they lost to U Mumba by one point. U Mumba are now sixth in the points table.



The third match of the night was between the number one team of the standings Dabang Delhi KC and the bottom-placed team Patna Pirates. Patna brought their ‘A’ game to the table and upset Delhi by 37-33. Rohit Gulia was the hero for Patna as he scored 13 points. Patna have pushed Telugu Titans down to the last position with their first win.

Who won yesterdayโ€™s matches in Pro Kabaddi League season 2022?

Here is a list of the winners and losers of Pro Kabaddi League from the matches that happened on October 21:

  1. U Mumba beat Haryana Steelers by 32-31.
  2. Puneri Paltan beat Bengal Warriors by 27-25.
  3. Patna Pirates beat Dabang Delhi KC by 37-33.

PKL Season 9 matches on October 22

There will be three matches in the Pro Kabaddi League on October 22 as well. Here is the schedule for today’s matches in PKL 9:

  1. U Mumba vs Bengaluru Bulls, 7:30 PM IST.
  2. Telugu Titans vs. Jaipur Pink Panthers, 8:30 PM IST.
  3. Gujarat Giants vs. Haryana Steelers, 9:30 PM IST.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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