Bengaluru Bulls return to title hopes with a convincing 31-26 victory against U.P. Yoddha. 

On Tuesday, the Bengaluru Bulls returned to winning form with a 31-26 victory over the U.P. Yoddha in Pro Kabaddi League Season 8 Match 87. This team had a far superior defensive performance, which contributed significantly to their victory. 

Shrikant opened the other half by sending Nandal back when he writhed free from an ankle grip. Pawan returned the favor and went one step further, scoring a bonus point as well as a point on the left-in defender.

Bengaluru Bulls vs UP Yoddha match

When the opening went to their squad, it was fascinating to observe their defensive prowess in the face of all of this. It would be fantastic if both teams could earn bonus team status.  

In the two raids that followed, U.P. Yoddha scored a raid and a tackle point. The Bulls were able to get back into the game thanks to a Super Tackle in the 31st minute and a point in raiding by Bharat. In the 36th minute, Bharat’s single points in the raid, along with Aman’s relentless defense attempts, pushed the score to 30-21.  

U.P. Yoddha got off to a strong start by tackling Sehrawat in the first minute of the game. When Bengaluru Bulls faced Narwal in the second minute of the game, they scored their first points. On the other side, Pardeep had gotten an extra point. With the win, the Bulls improved to second place in the points standings, with 51 points from 17 games. 

Pawan Kumar was tackled in a super tackle situation in what appeared to be a comeback for UP.

The Bulls, on the other hand, performed a tackle, with Pawan tagging both defenders and inflicting an all-out on the U.P. team.

The Bulls continued to score single points in the raid after that, while U.P. only scored single points in both departments. Both teams swapped punches at the close of the first half, with the Bulls leading 19-13. 

Gill’s brilliance in the twenty-fifth minute proved to be the turning point in the game. He had a burst of energy after being blocked and pinned down, and he forced himself towards the midline, despite the fact that all five Bulls defenders had come in for the tackle.