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PKL: Haryana clinch thriller against Bengal

New Delhi, Dec 5: Star raider Monu Goyat produced a match-winning performance to help Haryana Steelers secure a narrow 35-33 victory over Bengal Warriors in a nail-biting encounter of inter-zonal challenge contest of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Wednesay.

Monu scored 12 points and got a super raid in the last minute to win the match for Haryana, while his teammate Vikas Kandola chipped in with five raid points.

Bengal Warriors were better in the second half but lost their composure in the final five minutes. Maninder Singh scored 11 raid points for Bengal.

Maninder got Bengal off the mark with a two-point raid in the first minute. Haryana took a couple of minutes to come into their own as they picked up a few tackle points to trail 3-6 after four minutes. Monu picked up a raid point in the seventh minute to level the match at 7-7.

Both teams traded a couple of tackle and raid points each and were tied at 11-11 after 14 minutes of play. Haryana Steelers inflicted an all out in the 15th minute to lead 15-11 after Monu’s successful raid.

At the end of the first half Haryana Steelers led the contest 19-12.

Bengal Warriors were the better team in the second half as they picked up six points compared to Haryana’s two in the first six minutes. Just when Bengal were looking to cut down the deficit, Monu picked up a vital raid point to give Haryana 22- 18 lead after 27 minutes.

Maninder’s successful raid in the 28th minute helped Bengal inflict an all out as they leveled the match at 22-22.

The pendulum swung both ways in the last 10 minutes as they kept exchanging raid and tackle points. Haryana forced a super tackle in the 36th minute to level the match at 29-29. Monu’s successful raid gave Haryana 32-30 lead with less than two minutes to go.

Ravindra Kumawat picked up a raid point in the 40th minute as Bengal Warriors trailed 31-32. Monu made a brilliant super raid in the dying seconds of the match to clinch a thrilling win for Haryana.

PKL: Bengal Warriors clinch thriller vs Bengaluru Bulls

PKL: Bengal Warriors clinch thriller vs Bengaluru Bulls

Pune, Nov 23: In a close contest, Bengal Warriors held their nerves to edge out Bengaluru Bulls 33-31 in a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) match here on Friday.

Bengal’s Maninder Singh had an excellent game and scored 14 points, while Mahesh Goud was a fine supporting act for Singh as he chipped in with 6 crucial raid points.

Pawan Sehrawat got yet another super 10 for Bengaluru Bulls but his effort went in vain. Bengaluru Bulls’ defence was the biggest reason for their downfall as they could muster just three tackle points in the match.

Rohit Kumar and Maninder Singh got a couple of raid poinst each for their teams as both teams were neck to neck after three minutes of play. Mahesh Goud’s raid in the fourth minute gave Bengal a chance to level it at 4-4.

In the 7th minute, Kashiling Adake made a successful raid to level the score at 6-6. There was little to separate the two teams as both refused to give an inch. Rohit made a two-point raid in the 13th minute to give Bengaluru Bulls little breathing space as they led 11-9.

Bengal fought back as they inflicted an all out in the 15th minute to lead 13-11. It was a closely fought encounter but Bengal went into the break holding a four point lead with the score reading 18-14 in their favour.

Maninder Singh continued his fine raiding form with a point at the start of the second half. He followed it up with a two-point raid in the 23rd minute as Bengal led 23-15.

Bengaluru fought back in the next few minutes as they cut the deficit to five points in the 29th minute.

Pawan came with a moment of brilliance as his two-point raid led to an all out and Bengaluru Bulls tied the match at 26-26 in the 33rd minute. In the next minute, Maninder responded with a super raid to give Bengal 29-26 lead.

The last five minutes were a tense affair but Bengal refused to panic. Kashiling got two raid points in the last couple of minutes of the match to keep Bengaluru within touching distance.

It was Maninder yet again, who scored a raid point in the 38th minute to give Bengal Warriors 33-28 lead as they were assured of full points in the match. Bengaluru picked three points in the dying moments but fell short narrowly to lose the contest.

PKL 6: Bengal Warriors registers narrow 26-22 win vs Puneri Paltan

PKL 6: Bengal Warriors registers narrow 26-22 win vs Puneri Paltan

Ahmedabad, Nov 17: Bengal Warriors clinched a narrow 26-22 win over Puneri Paltan in an inter-zonal clash of the ongoing Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Saturday.

Bengal’s Maninder Singh scored six raid points and his teammate Ravindra Kumawat fetched five crucial points.

On the other hand, PuneriPaltan’s G.B. More scored nine points but just didn’t get enough support from his fellow raiders.

GB More got Puneri Paltan up and running with two raids in two minutes but Bengal Warriors leveled the game with a tackle and raid point. Akshay Jadhav got into the act for PuneriPaltan and scored two raid points to give his team 4-2 lead. G.B. More made a two-point raid as PuneriPaltan led 6-3 after five minutes.

Bengal Warriors never let the lead increase to more than three points as their defence helped them to level the match at 7-7 after 10 minutes. Both teams approached the match with caution as they traded raid and tackle points at regular intervals. At the end of the first half, Puneri Paltan held a slender one-point advantage to lead 13-12.

The second half saw the same pattern emerge as neither teams could gain an advantage. There was no all-out inflicted and neither teams’ raiders could get going as we have seen in the past. After 30 minutes of play both teams were level at 16-16 and it was anyone’s game.

A lot of empty raids were made as both teams played on the do-or-die raid strategy. It was Bengal Warriors defence that kept them in the game as they made a slew of successful tackles.

In the 36th minute, Maninder Singh made a crucial two-point raid to give Bengal Warriors 21-19 lead. In the next minute Bengal Warriors inflicted the first all-out of the match to open a six-point gap to lead 25-19.

Despite G.B. More getting two raid points in the last two minutes, Bengal Warriors held their nerve to win 26-22.

PKL-6: Gujarat open home leg with handsome win over Bengal

PKL-6: Gujarat open home leg with handsome win over Bengal

Ahmedabad, Nov 16:  Gujarat Fortunegiants got off to a flying start to their home leg as they crushed Bengal Warriors 35-23 in an inter-zonal clash of the Pro Kabaddi Season 6 at The Arena by Transtadia here on Friday.

K. Prapanjan led the charts for Gujarat, scoring 9 points and was ably supported by Ajay Kumar and Parvesh Bhainswal.

Bengal Warriors were in the match for the first 10 minutes but never recovered from the all out they suffered in the first half. Maninder Singh and Jang Kun Lee couldn’t live up to their high standards as the visitors suffered a second consecutive defeat.

Ajay and Maninder got a couple of raid points to get their teams going in the first five minutes. Prapanjan’s two-point raid gave Gujarat a 6-5 lead in the sixth minute.

Both teams were jostling for points and refused to give an inch in what was a closely contested first half. Maninder scored another raid point in the ninth minute to hand Bengal a 9-8 lead.

In the 14th minute, Gujarat grabbed the advantage by inflicting an all out to lead 14-11. Their defence ended the first half strongly by sending Lee and Maninder to the bench. At half time, Gujarat Fortunegiants led 19-14.

A super tackle forced by Bengal Warriors in the 23rd minute reduced the deficit to four points.

Gujarat, however, were in no mood to allow Bengal make a comeback. Ajay’s successful raid in the 28th minute led Gujarat to inflict another all out as they extended their lead to 27-18.

With less than five minutes to go, Gujarat enjoyed a healthy 12-point advantage, before picking up a few more raid and tackle points in the last couple of minutes to wrap up an easy 35-23 win.

PKL 6: Patna hammer Bengal in East India Derby

PKL 6: Patna hammer Bengal in East India Derby

Mumbai, Nov 10: Defending champions Patna Pirates roared back again in style as they outclassed Bengal Warriors 50-30 for the second time in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 6 at the NSCI stadium here on saturday.

Skipper Pardeep Narwal and Deepak Narwal collected 10 raid points each to outclass their neighbours in the East India derby.

Bengal’s raiding department couldn’t create their magic as they got only 17 points compared to 28 points by Patna.

Jaideep got a High 5 to ensure the defensive supremacy of Patna over Bengal. Maninder Singh was thoroughly neutralized by Patna’s defence as he got 6 points in his 18 raids.

Bengal Warriors started with 5 defenders and 2 raiders with Ran Singh playing the dual role for them and wanted to get their payback on Patna who defeated them 29-27, the last time they met.

Ravinder Kumar got Jang Kun Lee in the 2nd minute after his successful bonus attempt to open the scoring for Patna.

Baldev Singh created nuisance for Patna’s raiders with assistance from Adarsh T as seen in the 4th minute when he got Deepak Narwal in a dash to make it 4-3 with Patna still leading.

Patna were reduced to 3 men after a few unsuccessful raids by them but caught back when Kuldeep Singh got a strong ankle hold on Maninder to get a Super Tackle in the 9th minute and make it 7-6.

Deepak Narwal then got the important Surjeet Singh and in-form Baldev Singh to make it 9-6 in the next raid.

This led to Bengal conceding an All Out in the 14th minute as Jaideep did a strong block on Jang Kun Lee to take their lead to 16-8.

Maninder got Vikas Kale after his dangling leg just crossed the midline to make the score read 21-12.

The half ended with Patna leading Bengal 22-14.

Patna Pirates continued their supreme domination in the second half getting their lead swelled to 24-14 in the 22nd minute.

Pardeep Narwal got rid of both the corners of Bengal, Baldev Singh and Adarsh T, in his 25th minute Do-Or-Die raid to make it 28-14 and stop their tandem for a few minutes.

This led to Bengal conceding another All Out in the 26th minute as Surjeet Singh had to concede a surrender raid to Pardeep Narwal to make it 32-14.

Maninder was constantly neutralised or kept silent with empty raids in the match. This could be observed by the way he became a victim of Vijay’s double thigh hold that looked more like a short block on him to make it 35-17 in the 31st minute.

Pardeep Narwal slowly increased his points tally as he got Baldev Singh trying a waist hold from behind his back unsuccessfully in his 33rd minute Do-Or-Die raid.

A great pursuit raid by Pardeep Narwal saw him get a running hand touch on Maninder which then led to Patna inflict another All Out on Bengal in the 36th minute to make it 45-18.

Bengal then got an All Out on Patna in the 38th minute when they got Deepak Narwal but it was too late as Patna was still on a 20-point lead with the score reading 47-27.

Patna managed to grab a few more points towards the end to comprehensively pocket the tie.

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PKL: Interzone wild card contests from Dec 21 in Kolkata

Mumbai, Nov 10: On the opening day of the Mumbai leg of the ongoing sixth edition of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) on Friday, League Commissioner Anupam Goswami and actor Vicky Kaushal held the draws for the wild card matches, which would be held during the Kolkata leg of the cash-rich league.

After the draw for the Interzone wild card matches, Dabang Delhi will take on Bengal Warriors, U Mumba will face UP Yoddhas, Jaipur Pink Panthers will clash against Bengaluru Bulls, Haryana Steelers will lock horns against Tamil Thalaivas, Puneri Paltan will be up against Telugu Titans, while defending champions Patna Pirates will square off against Gujarat Fortunegiants.

Significantly, the wild card stage is where each team plays a team from the other zone once, and the matchups are decided through a random draw, adding to the suspense and anticipation of fans.

The Interzone wild card contests are scheduled to take place between December 21 to 27 in Kolkata this year.

PKL 6: Bengal Warriors defeat Telugu Titans 30-25

PKL 6: Bengal Warriors defeat Telugu Titans 30-25

Mumbai, Nov 10: Bengal Warriors defeated Telugu Titans 30-25 in a zone B clash of the ongoing Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Friday.

Rahul Chaudhary’s eight raid points were not enough to stop Bengal from clinching their fourth victory in this season’s league. Bengal rode on collective efforts by Maninder Singh, Baldev Singh and skipper Surjeet Singh, who collected six, five and four points respectively.

The game saw the Surjeet-led side improving their defence as Bengal collected more tackling points than raiding points.

Bengal started on a good note with a 2-0 lead in the initial few momets before Telugu Titans collected few raid points to make the issue 2-3.

Jang Kun Lee collected a bonus point in the third minute to make it 3-1 but a great pursuit raid by Krushna Madane saw him ushered to the bench with the score becoming 3-2.

Maninder got Rahul when he missed an ankle hold and Krushna Madane was ushered as well since he entered the lobby to make it 5-2 in the 4th minute.

Both teams moved forward with a defensive strategy, working on their strengths. Abozar Mighani got his first scalp in the form of Maninder Singh in his Do-Or-Die raid as he dashed him out of the mat in the seventh minute to make it 6-4.

A Super Tackle on Maninder by Farhad Milaghardhan dashing him out of the mat helped them make it 12-10 in the 19th minute. The half ended with Bengal leading by 13-10.

The second half saw Telugu Titans face the inevitable as they conceded the All Out when Farhad Milaghardhan stepped out of the mat without a touch being made and then Nilesh Salunke had to surrender to Ran Singh in the 22nd minute and make it 18-12.

Rahul Chaudhari finally looked like getting his rhythm back as he got 3 touch points in 3 raids. This saw him get Ziaur Rahman, Adarsh T and Surjeet Singh respectively to make it 20-15 in the 26th minute.

Baldev got a Super Tackle on Nilesh Salunke in the 28thminute to make it 22-16 and overturn the momentum in Bengal’s favour.

It looked like Telugu Titans would’ve conceded another All Out in the 32nd minute if Abozar Mighani had not played an important role in stopping Maninder Singh from crossing the midline because he had stepped off the mat.

This converted a five-point raid by Maninder with an All Out converted into a 1 point raid with only Abozar leaving the mat.

The 35th minute saw Mohsen Maghsoudlou make a Super Tackle on Maninder Singh to reduce the lead to seven points with the score reading 26-19.

Bengal Warriors then killed as much time as they could by crushing every single second from a raid. Bengal Warriors won the match against Telugu Titans by 30-25.

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Gujarat Outclass Bengal To Reach PKL Final

Mumbai, Oct 24 (IANS) Gujarat Fortunegiants sealed their place in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) final after thrashing Bengal Warriors 42-17 in a lop-sided first qualifier at the NSCI Stadium here on Tuesday.

Bengal will, however, have a second chance to reach the final if they win the second qualifier against the winner of the third eliminator between Patna Pirates and Puneri Paltan.

Rakesh Narwal started the proceedings for Gujarat with a bonus in the opening minute even as Bengal quickly got into their act to equalise the scores at 2-2.

In the next few minutes, Gujarat surged ahead with a 6-4 lead before Maninder’s raid point reduced Bengal’s gap to 5-6.

Gujarat were in no mood to concede and within minutes brought their A game into play to get to a 11-6 lead by the 14th minute.

Bengal, however, managed to crawl back into the game and break the deadlock after seven minutes through Deepak Narwal’s raid, which they followed up with a super tackle making it 9-11.

Deepak got one point for Bengal in the next minute to further reduce the margin before Gujarat skipper Fazel Atrachali pushed Maninder out of the court as they went into the break with a slender 13-10 lead.

Coming back, Gujarat started dominating the proceedings by getting a super tackle to lead 19-10 and went on to add another three points, thanks to their raiders.

Struggling at 10-22, Bengal pulled back with a super tackle to trail 13-22 before Mahendra Ganesh Rajput’s successful raid helped Gujarat consolidate to 26-13.

Gujarat stepped on the gas by inflicting an all out on Bengal to take their lead to 29-14 even as Bengal managed to get two more points in the next minute to trail 16-29.

With just six minutes left, the Gujarat defenders grabbed Deepak by his ankle even as Sachin’s successful raid helped them stretch their lead to 32-16.

In the next few minutes, Sachin got a two point raid for Gujarat even as they inflicted another all out to make it 38-16.

Bengal failed to gain momentum and their hopes were further dashed as the Gujarat raiders continued to steal the points to eventually finish the contest at 42-17.

Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar along with his family was also in attendance at the contest.

Ajay Thakur Inspires Tamil Thalaivas To Stun Bengal

New Delhi, Sep 24 (IANS) Ajay Thakur scored two points in the dying seconds as Tamil Thalaivas scored a sensational 33-32 victory over Bengal Warriors in a Zone B Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) match here on Sunday.

Thalaivas were looking down and out but Thakur scored seven of his eight raid points in the last five minutes to turn the match on its head. It was just the third win for the much-beleagured Tamil Thalaivas.

Maninder Singh scored 13 points for Bengal Warriors but his effort went in vain as the team missed the chance to go top of the Zone B table.

C. Arun was a rock in the defence for Thalaivas, chipping in with eight tackle points.

Tamil Thalaivas are still bottom of the table in Zone B with 27 points after 12 matches. Bengal Warriors are second with 59 points after 18 matches.

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Bengal Warriors Edge Out Bengaluru Bulls In PKL

New Delhi, Sep 23 (IANS) Bengal Warriors survived a second half scare as they beat Bengaluru Bulls 33-29 in the fifth Pro Kabaddi Season here on Saturday.

Maninder Singh made a crucial super raid in the dying minutes of the match as the Warriors held on to a narrow win. Their defenders Ravinder Pahal and Mahender Singh scored five points each but were let down by raiders Rohit and Ajay Kumar.

Harish Naik scored 11 raid points for the Bulls. Surjeet Singh scored six points whereas Maninder ended with nine points for Warriors.

The Warriors are the second in Zone B with 58 points from 17 matches, while the Bulls remain fourth with 34 points from 16 matches.

The Warriors made a flying start to lead 5-1 as Deepak Narwal scored three points in four minutes, while the Bulls’ raiders couldn’t get into the match as they scored just one point to trail 4-8 in the seventh minute.

Warriors inflicted an all out in the eighth minute to lead 11-4.

Naik scored with a two-point raid and Rohit Kumar scored his first point as Bulls trailed 8-14 after 12 minutes.

Warriors were looking comfortable as they ended the first half leading 18-10. Bulls trailed 13-20 after 25 minutes as they tried to stage a comeback in the second half.

Maninder Singh got two points with a raid in the 26th minute to give the Warriors a 22-14 lead, while Bengaluru’s two main raiders Rohit Kumar and Ajay Kumar were struggling to get points on the board.

With 30 minutes played, the Warriors held a 10-point lead and were on course to an easy victory.

Naik was the lone source of raid points for Bulls as he scored three more to trail 18-26.

The Bulls sparked back into life as they reduced Bengal Warriors to just one man but trailed 20-26 after 35 minutes, then inflicted an all out in the 36th minute to trail 23-26 as Ravinder Pahal attained a high five.

Maninder Singh scored with a raid as Warriors led 27-24 after 37 minutes.

Naik scored another raid point as the Bulls reduced the lead to just one point in the 38th minute, but Maninder Singh turned the match in the Warriors’ favour with a super raid in the 39th minute.

Naik attained a super 10 as he scored two more points as Bulls trailed 29-32 with less than a minute left on the clock.


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