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PKL: Maninder Singh helps Bengal Warriors beat Tamil Thalaivas

Skipper Maninder got a Super 10 (12 points) while defenders Amit Narwal and Ran Singh controlled the defence

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Press Trust of India  |  Bengaluru 

PKL 2018 Bengal Warriors UP Yoddha, Maninder Singh
File Photo: Maninder Singh

Captain Maninder Singh led from the front as defending champions Bengal Warriors defeated Tamil Thalaivas 37-28 in a Pro League (PKL) match, here on Thursday.

Skipper Maninder got a Super 10 (12 points) while defenders Amit Narwal and Ran Singh controlled the defence to halt their two match losing streak.

The victory also ended Thalaivas' unbeaten run.

The Thalaivas started on the front foot with their defensive combination of Surjeet and Sagar tackling Maninder. That set the tone for the initial minutes with Manjeet raiding sensibly at the other end.

But Narwal produced a stunning Super Tackle in the fifth minute to change the balance of power.

The defending champions built on the momentum and quickly reduced the Thalaivas men on the mat. Surjeet produced two Super Tackles to pick up his High 5 but Bengal eventually got their 'All Out' with seven minutes to the interval.

The Thaliavas kept looking the more proactive side despite trailing and introduced super-sub Ajinkya Pawar to add more fire in the raiding department. The half ended 20-16 in favour of Bengal.

Bengal maintained a 6-point lead at the first Time Out but it felt only a matter of time before either team tried something ambitious.

Ran Singh, returning to the mat after a long injury layoff, produced a stunning tackle in the left corner for Bengal to spark an 'All Out'.

Bengal opened a 11-point lead with seven minutes remaining as Amit Narwal reached his High 5.

The defending champions ensured there were no slip ups in the dying minutes to win the match comfortably.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Thu, January 13 2022. 22:01 IST