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PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

In the first match, Dabang Delhi snapped their three-match losing streak in Pro Kabaddi League with a close 39-33 win over Haryana Steelers

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PKL 2018, UP Yoddha vs Bengaluru Bulls
PKL 2018, UP Yoddha vs Bengaluru Bulls

On Day 27 of VIVO Pro Kabaddi League (PKL 2018) season six, in the second match Bengaluru Bulls defeated UP Yoddha 37-27 at Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Sports Complex in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. UP Yoddha and Bengaluru Bulls have played each other five times in PKL, with Bengaluru winning 4 matches and UP Yoddha winning once. The first game between the two teams in ended 35-29 in Bengaluru’s favour. When the two teams last meet, Bengaluru Bulls’ captain got his first super 10 of the

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highlights, Day 27, Match 1: Haryana Steelers vs Dabang Delhi

Dabang Delhi snapped their three-match losing streak in Pro Kabaddi League with a close 39-33 win over Haryana Steelers Thursday. It was Vikas Kandola's first match as captain for since Monu Goyat was on the bench. Goyat came off the bench to try and inspire Haryana and got 11 raid points in 18 raids but it went in vain as his side ended on a losing note. Ravinder Pahal got 6 tackle points, which included a strong 'Super Tackle' in the end to seal the match. Meraj Sheyk's 'Super Raid' helped him get a few points off Haryana's grabs. Naveen Kumar got 9 raid points for Delhi in 15 raids.

Dabang Delhi are going through a slump as they have lost their last three matches while Haryana were starting the match with Monu Goyat on the bench and an extra defender in the starting lineup. Chandran Ranjit started the match with a bonus point for Dabang Delhi K.C. It was a slow start for both teams as they went for a Do-Or-Die raid approach, but it completely changed with Haryana Steelers’ Do-Or-Die raid. The 3rd minute saw Ravinder Pahal being assisted by Vishal Mane after he got a double ankle hold to pull Vikas Kandola from the midline and inject adrenaline to the match by making it 2-2.

Delhi started to dominate the extra raider’s advantage after they got Naveen and Vikas in a raid and tackle in subsequent raids. Monu Goyat was brought into the mat in the 10th minute to become the raider for Haryana but he couldn’t stop Haryana from conceding an All Out in the 12th minute to give Delhi a 5 point lead with 7-12 on the scoreboard. His presence worked a little late as Haryana slowly but surely reduced the lead. Meraj Sheyk on the other hand leaped over Sachin Shingade to prove everyone who brought this technique to Pro Kabaddi League. Sunil got a strong chain hold on Naveen Kumar with Monu to stop his leaping effort and make it 11-13. They then inflicted an All Out on Delhi in the 18th minute to flip the table and take the lead by 16-15. The half ended with Haryana Steelers taking a 4 point lead on Delhi with 19-15.

Dabang Delhi made a Dabang impact on the second half by picking up 10 points in the first 5 minutes of the half. Meraj Sheyk got a Super Raid on Haryana in the 24th minute by getting Kuldeep Singh, Sunil and Naveen, keeping only Sachin Shingade on the mat for Haryana and making it 19-21 in favour of Delhi. The next raid saw Delhi inflict the All Out and make it 20-24 in the 25th minute.

Vishal Mane was the stronghold for Delhi as he dashed on the raiders of Haryana and push them out of the mat like he did in the 31st minute on an unsuspecting Naveen to make it 23-30. Haryana started to creep towards Delhi’s score as Monu Goyat got Naveen Kumar while also noticing Ravinder Pahal enter the lobby without a touch already being made. This reduced the gap to 5 points in the 35th minute to make it 28-33. Joginder Narwal getting a strong dash on Vikas Kandola’s 38th minute Do-Or-Die raid helped them get back the momentum towards them. Ravinder Pahal sealed the match with a strong Super Tackle on Monu Goyat to make it Delhi as Dabang Delhi defeated Haryana Steelers 33-39.
 

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

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PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

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PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

AT FULL TIME: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

A successful raid from Bhanu (27-37)

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

Mahender tackled (26-37)

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

A successful raid from Bhanu (25-37)

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

Pawan Sehrawat gets bonus point but not able to escape (24-37)

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

Sachin Kumar gets a bonus point but not able to escape, UP ALL OUT (23-36)

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

Rohit Kumar gets a touch point (22-33)

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

Shrrikant Jadhav tackled again (22-32)

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

Pawan Sehrawat makes an empty raid (22-31)

First Published: Thu, November 08 2018. 18:10 IST

PKL 2018 highlights, Day 27: Bengaluru Bulls beat UP Yoddha 37-27

In the first match, Dabang Delhi snapped their three-match losing streak in Pro Kabaddi League with a close 39-33 win over Haryana Steelers

On Day 27 of VIVO Pro Kabaddi League (PKL 2018) season six, in the second match Bengaluru Bulls defeated UP Yoddha 37-27 at Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Sports Complex in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. UP Yoddha and Bengaluru Bulls have played each other five times in PKL, with Bengaluru winning 4 matches and UP Yoddha winning once. The first game between the two teams in ended 35-29 in Bengaluru’s favour. When the two teams last meet, Bengaluru Bulls’ captain got his first super 10 of the

To Check, Pro Kabaddi League (PKL 2018) Day 30 LIVE updates, CLICK HERE
 
To Check, Pro Kabaddi League (PKL 2018) Day 29 Highlights, CLICK HERE

Check Pro Kabaddi League (PKL 2018) season six points table here
 
highlights, Day 27, Match 1: Haryana Steelers vs Dabang Delhi

Dabang Delhi snapped their three-match losing streak in Pro Kabaddi League with a close 39-33 win over Haryana Steelers Thursday. It was Vikas Kandola's first match as captain for since Monu Goyat was on the bench. Goyat came off the bench to try and inspire Haryana and got 11 raid points in 18 raids but it went in vain as his side ended on a losing note. Ravinder Pahal got 6 tackle points, which included a strong 'Super Tackle' in the end to seal the match. Meraj Sheyk's 'Super Raid' helped him get a few points off Haryana's grabs. Naveen Kumar got 9 raid points for Delhi in 15 raids.

Dabang Delhi are going through a slump as they have lost their last three matches while Haryana were starting the match with Monu Goyat on the bench and an extra defender in the starting lineup. Chandran Ranjit started the match with a bonus point for Dabang Delhi K.C. It was a slow start for both teams as they went for a Do-Or-Die raid approach, but it completely changed with Haryana Steelers’ Do-Or-Die raid. The 3rd minute saw Ravinder Pahal being assisted by Vishal Mane after he got a double ankle hold to pull Vikas Kandola from the midline and inject adrenaline to the match by making it 2-2.

Delhi started to dominate the extra raider’s advantage after they got Naveen and Vikas in a raid and tackle in subsequent raids. Monu Goyat was brought into the mat in the 10th minute to become the raider for Haryana but he couldn’t stop Haryana from conceding an All Out in the 12th minute to give Delhi a 5 point lead with 7-12 on the scoreboard. His presence worked a little late as Haryana slowly but surely reduced the lead. Meraj Sheyk on the other hand leaped over Sachin Shingade to prove everyone who brought this technique to Pro Kabaddi League. Sunil got a strong chain hold on Naveen Kumar with Monu to stop his leaping effort and make it 11-13. They then inflicted an All Out on Delhi in the 18th minute to flip the table and take the lead by 16-15. The half ended with Haryana Steelers taking a 4 point lead on Delhi with 19-15.

Dabang Delhi made a Dabang impact on the second half by picking up 10 points in the first 5 minutes of the half. Meraj Sheyk got a Super Raid on Haryana in the 24th minute by getting Kuldeep Singh, Sunil and Naveen, keeping only Sachin Shingade on the mat for Haryana and making it 19-21 in favour of Delhi. The next raid saw Delhi inflict the All Out and make it 20-24 in the 25th minute.

Vishal Mane was the stronghold for Delhi as he dashed on the raiders of Haryana and push them out of the mat like he did in the 31st minute on an unsuspecting Naveen to make it 23-30. Haryana started to creep towards Delhi’s score as Monu Goyat got Naveen Kumar while also noticing Ravinder Pahal enter the lobby without a touch already being made. This reduced the gap to 5 points in the 35th minute to make it 28-33. Joginder Narwal getting a strong dash on Vikas Kandola’s 38th minute Do-Or-Die raid helped them get back the momentum towards them. Ravinder Pahal sealed the match with a strong Super Tackle on Monu Goyat to make it Delhi as Dabang Delhi defeated Haryana Steelers 33-39.
 

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