Bengaluru Bulls vs Haryana Steelers: In the 68th match of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) 2022, Bengaluru Bulls won 36-33 against Haryana Steelers. Bengaluru avenged the recent close defeat against Haryana and secured their first win after two consecutive defeats. Overall, Bengaluru have won their seventh match of the season. Haryana has suffered its sixth defeat of the season.
Haryana got all out twice in the first half itself
The start of the match was very strong in which Bengaluru did not give Haryana a chance to recover. All out Haryana in the first four minutes, Bengaluru took a five-point lead in the match. Nine minutes later, Haryana’s team was all out for the second time and this time Bengaluru’s lead had increased to 13 points. By the time half time, Bengaluru had taken a huge lead of 16 points and Haryana had little hope of returning the match.
Bengaluru’s defense played high and got 10 tackle points. Mahender Singh scored the most three tackle points. The strength of the defense was such that Vikas Kandola also got two tackle points in his name. Neeraj Narwal did a brilliant job in raiding, collecting seven raid points for Bengaluru. The raiders of Haryana did a good job, but the performance of the defense was very poor.
Haryana made a comeback in the second half
In the second half, Haryana showed some improvement in its game, but Bengaluru did not give Haryana a chance to return by taking consecutive points. With the passage of 10 minutes in the second half, Bengaluru was ahead of the match by 14 points and the poor performance of Haryana’s defense continued. With two minutes left, Mitu Sharma dismissed the last two defenders of Bengaluru and gave them all out. With this, Haryana was left behind by only seven points. In the last minutes, Bengaluru showed restraint and secured a close win.
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