Pro Kabaddi League season 6: Dabang Delhi K.C defeated Bengaluru Bulls by 32-31

Pro Kabaddi League season 6: Dabang Delhi K.C defeated Bengaluru Bulls by 32-31

Pro Kabaddi League season 6: Dabang Delhi K.C vs Bengaluru Bulls Match Highlights

PKL 2018: Dabang Delhi K.C defeated Bengaluru Bulls by 32-31 in the 97th Pro Kabaddi League season 6 match at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex in Delhi on Wednesday. After this win, Dabang Delhi has added another step towards the playoffs.



Dabang Delhi started the first half early and made a 5-point lead in the first 5 minutes. After this, in the 8th minute inflicting an all-out Bengaluru Bulls and made a 7-point lead. Chandran Ranjit, Meraj Sheykh and Naveen Kumar were seen in a very good rhythm. Delhi’s defense was also playing well. For the first half, Chandran Ranjit took 5 points for Delhi, while on the side of the Bengaluru Bulls; Pawan Kumar Sehrawat took 3 points. leading the score 14-10 until the first half, in favor of Delhi

The second half was also started by Dabang Delhi K.C. in the best possible way and in the 24th minute Super Tackle did. For the 26th minute, Dabang Delhi was ahead of 19-12 and was performing very well. He was getting a good rapport in his defense and raiding. Another bad news for Bengaluru Bulls came when his star Raid Pawan was injured in the 37th minute and he had to go out of the field, although only a few times he returned. In the 38th minute, Raju Lal Choudhary’s tackle on Naveen Kumar followed by four quick raid points in three raids from Sehrawat reduced Bengaluru Bulls’ deficit down to just two with 27 seconds left. But Sheykh, after a dominating performance, showcased his understanding by using the entire duration of the clock to give up a point and ensure that Bengaluru Bulls did not get another chance to raid as Dabang Delhi K.C. held on to claim a win.

Top performers:
Dabang Delhi K.C. –
Best Raider: Chandran Ranjit (7 Raid Points)
Best Defender: Ravinder Pahal (3 Tackle Points)
Bengaluru Bulls –
Best Raider: Rohit Kumar (12 Raid Points)
Best Defender: Amit Sheoran (2 Tackle Points)

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