ISLAMABAD - Indian Kabaddi team won the prestigious Kabaddi World Cup for the third time in running in as many editions as Indians completely outclassed Pakistan in the final with a huge margin of 58-21.

Pakistan played superbly till the final against Indian but when it matters most, visitors handed over the initiative to the hosts, who had arranged a web in the shape of Katrina Kaif and other Indian superstars. The trick done wonders for the hosts as Pakistan players and team management, who were supposed to give some final words of wisdom before the final starts, as was witnessed on the television screens, were least bothered about the final, as they were thoroughly enjoying the proceedings.

The second half was the repeat of the first and the Indians added another 26 points while Pakistan could gather 12 points and lost the final with a huge margin of 38 points.

Pakistan Kabaddi Federation Secretary Rana M Sarwar must have to answer some simple questions; what was the team management doing during the final? Had they performed their duties honestly? Had they given the desired results which were supposed from them?

Whenever Pakistan Kabaddi team embarked upon a foreign tour some blue-eyed persons from Pakistan Sports Board managed to enter their names to get a joy ride instead of taking these persons PKF Secretary must accommodate the players and hire some reputed foreign coaches who could help Pakistan in reaching the summit.

Pakistani Kabaddi players, by virtue of their performance in the last night, concluded world cup final, had shown that they are no less than other top kabaddi playing nations but they lack proper technique and stamina. If the federation stop wasting precious money on self-promotion and acquire some reputed coaches services, Pakistan could become the next kabaddi world champion.

To achieve desired results, it is the time for PKF to stop relying on old fashioned techniques and immediately hire some qualified kabaddi coaches for the national side and provide maximum facilities and more respect to the players and especially from the countries highest offices. President and Prime Minister of Pakistan should invite them and laud their performance, as this would serve a great deal in reviving this particular sports in the country and boost players morale to bring laurels for the country next time around.