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PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

In the first match, Haryana Steelers beat Gujarat Fortunegiants 32-25. Monu Goyat score 7 raid points.

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In the first match, Haryana Steelers beat Gujarat Fortunegiants 32-25 to start their home leg of the Vivo on a winning note at Motilal Nehru School of Sports in Sonepat while in the 2nd match of Delhi Dabang break 8-match losing streak against Puneri Paltan as they beat Pune 41-37. Coming back to the first match of Pro Kabaddi League season six, Steelers' star raider Monu Goyat scored seven points and was ably supported by Kuldeep Singh who chipped in with seven tackle points.


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For Gujarat, Sachin and Prapanjan combined to score 17 points. Steelers were the better team in the first half as they scored raid points at will with Monu and Kuldeep inflicting bulk of damage on Gujarat.

Just before the end of the first half, Haryana Steelers inflicted an all out and led 20-13 at the break. The fittest player of the match was Kuldeep Singh who looked sharper than all other raiders on the mat. In the crowd was Olympic Games bronze medalist YogeshwarDutt, who is also the brand ambassador for Haryana. In front of a vociferous home crowd, Steelers continued to pile on the pressure on Gujarat Fortunegiants.

Sunil Kumar, at the back for Gujarat, was rock solid and scored five tackle points. In the second half it was once again Haryana Steelers who dominated the proceedings. The bravest moment of the match came from Prapanjan who scored back-to-back raids to get Gujarat back in the game. However, it wasn't enough as Haryana Steelers maintained their composure to win the match

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PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

WHAT. A . PERFORMANCE! #TheEagles put up a stellar show against Puneri Paltan to claim our first victory of #VivoProKabaddi Season 6!#DilBoleDilli #PUNvDEL pic.twitter.com/VFFPidjOLA — Dabang Delhi KC (@DabangDelhiKC) October 12, 2018

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

The full time whistle has been blown and it is @DabangDelhiKC who have emerged victorious. A #Bhaari performance by Nitin Tomar stole the show #PadengeBhaari pic.twitter.com/8X7V0oI8dy — Puneri Paltan (@PuneriPaltan) October 12, 2018

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

Back with Da-bang!  What a turnaround this has been from @DabangDelhiKC, as they beat @PuneriPaltan 41-37, despite trailing them at the end of the first half.#PUNvDEL #VivoProKabaddi — ProKabaddi (@ProKabaddi) October 12, 2018

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

A brilliant show from the experienced Vishal Mane! #DilBoleDilli #PUNvDEL #VivoProKabaddi pic.twitter.com/SwPSg0Q5qH — Dabang Delhi KC (@DabangDelhiKC) October 12, 2018

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

Dabang Delhi break 8-match losing streak against Puneri Paltan and win by 41-37

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

An empty raid from Chandran Ranjit (37-41)

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

A successful raid from Nitin Tomar (36-41)

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

Naveen Kumar empty raid (35-41)

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

Nitin Tomar raids successfully (35-41)

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

Chandran Ranjit empty raid (34-41)

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

A successful raid from Nitin Tomar (34-41)

First Published: Fri, October 12 2018. 17:15 IST

PKL 2018 Day 6 highlights: Delhi break 8-match losing streak vs Pune, 41-37

In the first match, Haryana Steelers beat Gujarat Fortunegiants 32-25. Monu Goyat score 7 raid points.

In the first match, Haryana Steelers beat Gujarat Fortunegiants 32-25 to start their home leg of the Vivo on a winning note at Motilal Nehru School of Sports in Sonepat while in the 2nd match of Delhi Dabang break 8-match losing streak against Puneri Paltan as they beat Pune 41-37. Coming back to the first match of Pro Kabaddi League season six, Steelers' star raider Monu Goyat scored seven points and was ably supported by Kuldeep Singh who chipped in with seven tackle points.


To get Day 7 LIVE SCORE UPDATESCLICK HERE 

For Gujarat, Sachin and Prapanjan combined to score 17 points. Steelers were the better team in the first half as they scored raid points at will with Monu and Kuldeep inflicting bulk of damage on Gujarat.

Just before the end of the first half, Haryana Steelers inflicted an all out and led 20-13 at the break. The fittest player of the match was Kuldeep Singh who looked sharper than all other raiders on the mat. In the crowd was Olympic Games bronze medalist YogeshwarDutt, who is also the brand ambassador for Haryana. In front of a vociferous home crowd, Steelers continued to pile on the pressure on Gujarat Fortunegiants.

Sunil Kumar, at the back for Gujarat, was rock solid and scored five tackle points. In the second half it was once again Haryana Steelers who dominated the proceedings. The bravest moment of the match came from Prapanjan who scored back-to-back raids to get Gujarat back in the game. However, it wasn't enough as Haryana Steelers maintained their composure to win the match

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