Bengaluru Bulls defeat Telugu Titans to reclaim first place in the league rankings
The Bengaluru Bulls defeated the Tamil Thalaivas 36-31 in the South Indian Derby at Bengaluru’s Sheraton Grand Hotel in the 74th match of the Pro Kabaddi League Season 8, giving them their first win in four games.
The Bulls will be overjoyed with their victory over the Titans, given their inability to win their previous three games. Coach Randheer Singh Sehrawat may have finally found the reset he was seeking for, as the Bulls showed their ability to work together despite without their star raider Pawan Sehrawat.
The Titans, on the other hand, have only scored nineteen points in their first thirteen games and are basically out of contention for the playoffs.
The teams played fantastically to attain their objectives and to defeat each other on the field. They constantly work hard on the ground to achieve their goals. All approaches are included in this.
The Bulls were slated to play the Gujarat Giants, but owing to unexpected circumstances, the game had to be postponed. The Bulls’ match against the Giants has yet to be rescheduled by the competition’s organisers, Mashal Sports, but spectators weren’t left out of the action as “High-Flyer” Pawan Sehrawat put on a show against other opponents.
The Bangalore team dominated the first half, outplaying their opponents both offensively and defensively. After scoring fourteen raid points in the first half, the Bulls led their opponents by eleven points going into the second half.
The Titans’ defence stood up to assist their side get back into the game. Surinder Singh’s defence racked up nine tackle points in the second half of the game, keeping Pawan off the field for the duration.
Both teams battle back to win the game, demonstrating the winning spirit of the squad. The strength of a team is constantly dependent on all of its members and their abilities.
In the first half, Bengaluru’s defenders were superb, preventing other team members from dictating the game’s flow and holding them in check for the remainder of the half. On the other hand, was spectacular for his team, scoring six points and triggering the game’s first all-out under 10 minutes.
However, in the absence of skipper Pawan, Bharat took over as striking raider and scored seven points in the game, ensuring that the Titans could not bridge the gap on their four-point lead with only six minutes remaining.