Pro Kabaddi League : Bengaluru Bulls beat reigning champs Bengal Warriors 36-35 in Pro Kabaddi Season 8.
Bengaluru Bulls crushed reigning champs Bengal Warriors 36-35 in a firmly challenged Pro Kabaddi League Season 8 match, here on Sunday. Pawan Sehrawats splendid 15 focuses and a last-minute two-point assault by South Korean Dong-Geon Lee fixed the counterpart for Bulls.
Bengal will just have themselves to fault in the wake of being given a decent beginning by commander Maninder Singh who scored 17 focuses. Abozar Mighani’s slip-ups anyway demonstrated excessively exorbitant for Season 7 bosses.
Maninder Singh and Pawan Sehrawat guaranteed it was a memorable day for phenomenal Kabaddi attacks in a high-scoring first half where the Bulls matched the Warriors blow for blow.
The game began with Bengal in the front foot with Maninder’s crude strength a major test for the Bengaluru guard. The plunderer pulled off a monstrous Super Raid in the eighth moment of the match to take out four Bulls protectors and secure the reigning champs their first completely out of the match. Maninder likewise secured his Super 10 in the primary half.
Be that as it may, Bengaluru would not allow their shoulders to drop notwithstanding following by 8 and gradually recovered force. Pawan Sehrawat who went through around 8 minutes of the initial 15 in the hole then, at that point, showed the world why he is viewed as a top bandit with 7-focuses (5+2 focuses for a Super Raid) to clear out the Warriors guard for a full scale near half-time. The main half finished 18-17 with the Bulls leading the pack.
Mohammad Nabibakhsh guaranteed Pawan Sehrawat began the last part with an ineffective assault in the primary half with the Indian ladies’ Kabaddi crew watching from the fan divider. Be that as it may, Bengal neglected to underwrite and soon Pawan return to get his Super 10. Aman, playing his first period of PKL, then, at that point, created a heavenly lower leg hang on Maninder, to diminish Bengal to only 2 men on the mat. The bulls got their everything out in the twelfth moment of the half to make the scores 28-21 yet Bengal showed their champion soul to promptly paw back. Maninder scored 2 focuses in an assault, while Nabibakhsh got a strike point and afterward handled Pawan Sehrawat effectively.
The Iranian all-rounder drove the charge that saw the Warriors secure one more all out with five minutes in the clock to limit the Bulls’ lead to only one point (31-30). Be that as it may, Bulls mentor Randhir Singh Sehrawat demonstrated why he is viewed as truly incredible by acquiring Dong-Geon Lee. The South Korean delivered a 2-point assault by focusing on Bengal’s right corner. The Warriors could just get 1 point in the last assault to lose the match by the tightest edge.