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UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

Pawan Sehrawat dished out a superlative display as Bengaluru Bulls thrashed Jaipur Pink Panthers 40-32 to storm into the Playoffs with a table-top finish in Zone B of the Pro Kabaddi League season six

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UP Yoddha produced a solid team performance to beat Bengal Warriors 41-25 as they secured a place in the playoffs of Vivo Pro Kabaddi League season six (Pro Kabaddi 2018. Rishank Devadiga and Shrikant Jadhav combined to score 15 raid points for the Yoddha while Nitesh Kumar was a rock in defence and collected six tackle points. It was a night to forget for Bengal Warriors as none of their big guns fired and they ended their home leg with a defeat. Bengal Warriors are already assured of a place in the playoffs. 

For the first seven minutes of the match it was a close affair as both teams were level on 7 points apiece. UP Yoddha inflicted an all out in the 11th minute to lead 14-8. With and Jang Kun Lee struggling to get raid points, it was an uphill struggle for Bengal Warriors to score points. At the end of the first half UP Yoddha led 19-11.

Bengal Warriors started the second half on a brighter note as they forced a super tackle in the 24th minute as they trailed 16-22. But UP Yoddha inflicted another all out in the 25th minute to lead 27-14. UP Yoddha went on a momentous run in the next 10 minutes as they scored 13 points while the Warriors could pick just four points. In the 34th minute Bengal suffered another all out as their loss was confirmed.

 
Click here to view the full VIVO Pro Kabaddi League 2018 points table. 

Pro Kabaddi 2018, Day 69, Match 1: Bengaluru Bulls vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

Pawan Sehrawat dished out a superlative display as Bengaluru Bulls thrashed Jaipur Pink Panthers 40-32 to storm into the Playoffs with a table-top finish in Zone B of the Pro Kabaddi League season six (Pro Kabaddi 2018). Sehrawat made his 11th Super 10 this season en route 16 raid points to jump to the top of the raiders leader-board with 236 points, three ahead of Pardeep Narwal of Patna Pirates. Amit Sheoran stood tall in the defence with four tackle points from five attempts.

Sehwrawat found a fine support from his captain Rohit Kumar, who made five raid points as Bengaluru Bulls executed two all outs to seal an easy win in the Inter-Zone Wildcard fixture at the Netaji Indoor Stadium. Bengaluru will now clash against Gujarat Fortunegiants in the Qualifier one of the season six in Kochi on December 31. Sumit Singh picked up a two-point raid to get Bengaluru Bulls going as they led 3-1 after two minutes. Deepak Niwas Hooda was the key man for Jaipur Pink Panthers in the first half. Both teams were neck and neck for majority of the first half.

After 10 minutes of play, both teams were level 8-8. Bengaluru Bulls changed gears in the last five minutes of the first half with Sehrawat picking raid points at will. In the 19th minute the Bulls inflicted an all out to lead 19-14 but Panthers scored two quick points in the 20th minute to end the first half strongly. At the end of the first half, Bengaluru Bulls led 19-16. The Bulls started the second half strongly with Rohit Kumar producing a super raid in the 27th to lead 25-18. Jaipur forced an all out in the next minute to reduce the deficit to just five points. With just over five minutes to go, Sehrawat picked up a two-point raid to give Bengaluru Bulls a 29-24 lead. Bengaluru Bulls then inflicted a second all out in the 37th minute to ensure their victory.

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

AT FULL TIME: UP Yoddha beat Bengal Warriors 41-25 and with this UP Yoddha become the 3rd team to qualify for playoffs from Zone B. Pardeep Narwal's Patna Pirates will not play playoffs for the first time in Pro Kabaddi League history

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

A two pointer raid from Bhupinder Singh (25-41)

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

An empty raid from Shrikant Jadhav

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

A two pointer raid from Adarsh T (23-41)

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

Bhupinder Singh is tackled (21-41)

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

Azad Singh is tackled (21-40)

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

Amit Nagar scores two raid points (20-40)

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

Timeout taken with 3 minutes 28 seconds left in the game

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

A successful raid from Rishank Devadiga (18-40)

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

A technical point for UP Yoddah (18-39)

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

Azad Singh steals a bonus point (18-38)

First Published: Thu, December 27 2018. 16:20 IST

UP Yoddha beat Bengal to knock Patna Pirates out of Pro Kabaddi 2018

Pawan Sehrawat dished out a superlative display as Bengaluru Bulls thrashed Jaipur Pink Panthers 40-32 to storm into the Playoffs with a table-top finish in Zone B of the Pro Kabaddi League season six

UP Yoddha produced a solid team performance to beat Bengal Warriors 41-25 as they secured a place in the playoffs of Vivo Pro Kabaddi League season six (Pro Kabaddi 2018. Rishank Devadiga and Shrikant Jadhav combined to score 15 raid points for the Yoddha while Nitesh Kumar was a rock in defence and collected six tackle points. It was a night to forget for Bengal Warriors as none of their big guns fired and they ended their home leg with a defeat. Bengal Warriors are already assured of a place in the playoffs. 

For the first seven minutes of the match it was a close affair as both teams were level on 7 points apiece. UP Yoddha inflicted an all out in the 11th minute to lead 14-8. With and Jang Kun Lee struggling to get raid points, it was an uphill struggle for Bengal Warriors to score points. At the end of the first half UP Yoddha led 19-11.

Bengal Warriors started the second half on a brighter note as they forced a super tackle in the 24th minute as they trailed 16-22. But UP Yoddha inflicted another all out in the 25th minute to lead 27-14. UP Yoddha went on a momentous run in the next 10 minutes as they scored 13 points while the Warriors could pick just four points. In the 34th minute Bengal suffered another all out as their loss was confirmed.

 
Click here to view the full VIVO Pro Kabaddi League 2018 points table. 

Pro Kabaddi 2018, Day 69, Match 1: Bengaluru Bulls vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

Pawan Sehrawat dished out a superlative display as Bengaluru Bulls thrashed Jaipur Pink Panthers 40-32 to storm into the Playoffs with a table-top finish in Zone B of the Pro Kabaddi League season six (Pro Kabaddi 2018). Sehrawat made his 11th Super 10 this season en route 16 raid points to jump to the top of the raiders leader-board with 236 points, three ahead of Pardeep Narwal of Patna Pirates. Amit Sheoran stood tall in the defence with four tackle points from five attempts.

Sehwrawat found a fine support from his captain Rohit Kumar, who made five raid points as Bengaluru Bulls executed two all outs to seal an easy win in the Inter-Zone Wildcard fixture at the Netaji Indoor Stadium. Bengaluru will now clash against Gujarat Fortunegiants in the Qualifier one of the season six in Kochi on December 31. Sumit Singh picked up a two-point raid to get Bengaluru Bulls going as they led 3-1 after two minutes. Deepak Niwas Hooda was the key man for Jaipur Pink Panthers in the first half. Both teams were neck and neck for majority of the first half.

After 10 minutes of play, both teams were level 8-8. Bengaluru Bulls changed gears in the last five minutes of the first half with Sehrawat picking raid points at will. In the 19th minute the Bulls inflicted an all out to lead 19-14 but Panthers scored two quick points in the 20th minute to end the first half strongly. At the end of the first half, Bengaluru Bulls led 19-16. The Bulls started the second half strongly with Rohit Kumar producing a super raid in the 27th to lead 25-18. Jaipur forced an all out in the next minute to reduce the deficit to just five points. With just over five minutes to go, Sehrawat picked up a two-point raid to give Bengaluru Bulls a 29-24 lead. Bengaluru Bulls then inflicted a second all out in the 37th minute to ensure their victory.

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