November 1, 2018 11:23 IST

Pro Kabaddi League: Bengaluru Bulls edge Patna Pirates in the last raid of a thriller

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Pro Kabaddi League: Bengaluru Bulls edge Patna Pirates in the last raid of a thriller Bengaluru Bulls won their fourth match of Pro Kabaddi League while Patna Pirates continued to have a dismal home leg as they lost 41-43 here on Wednesday. Pawan Sehrawat made a huge difference with his presence of mind, athleticism and quick raids to rack up 14 raid points. Kashiling Adake helped him by getting crucial raid and tackle points to cause difficulties to a struggling Patna Pirates. Credit: Twitter/BengaluruBulls
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Pro Kabaddi League: Bengaluru Bulls edge Patna Pirates in the last raid of a thriller Pardeep Narwal had a cold game while his fellow teammate Manjeet tried his best to make a difference with 10 raid points. Bengaluru Bulls have now clinched the top spot in Zone B while Patna Pirates went down a place to fifth. This is Bengaluru Bulls' first win against Patna Pirates since Pro Kabaddi League Season 2. Credit: Twitter/BengaluruBulls
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Pro Kabaddi League: Bengaluru Bulls edge Patna Pirates in the last raid of a thriller Patna Pirates entered the game with 2 losses on the trot at home which they wanted to end. They started strongly with Pardeep Narwal getting Mahender Singh in the first raid of the match. Pawan Sehrawat made a great display of street smartness in his 3rd minute raid as he caught Ravinder Kumar napping after Pawan got a touch point on Kuldeep Singh to make it 2-4 in Bengaluru's favour. Credit: Twitter/BengaluruBulls
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Pro Kabaddi League: Bengaluru Bulls edge Patna Pirates in the last raid of a thriller Bengaluru Bulls lost their 5 point lead after Rohit Kumar got a yellow card which saw Patna creep back to equalize. The match ended with both teams having a Do-Or-Die raid which saw Bengaluru Bulls win the match 43-41. Credit: Twitter/BengaluruBulls