PKL 2018: Bengaluru Bulls unable to get through Bengal Warriors' defence
The first half ended in favour of Bengaluru Bulls with a score of 15-12.
Patna Pirates, on December 19, scored three points in less than 20 seconds to pull off a 40-40 tie against Bengaluru Bulls in a thrilling Pro Kabaddi League match on December 19. It was a different story however when the Warriors made a clean win against the Bulls on December 26.
The Bengal Warriors kept piling the pressure on the table toppers Bengaluru Bulls with a win on home turf and stay on course. The Bulls, looking for their first victory over the Warriors in three attempts in this season scored 31 points against the Warriors.
The first half of the match ended in favour of Bengaluru Bulls with a score of 15-12. The match was closely fought as the two sides played on their raiding strength to get points on the board. The Bengal Warriors were struggling in their defence as Pawan Kumar Sehrawat targeted Ran Singh and Surjeet Singh to steal in the raid points.
With the first half ending in favour of Bengaluru Bulls, there was hope for the men in red after making an all-out of the match in just four minutes. However, the Warriors recovered by making an all-out in the 35th minute of the match to take a small lead over the Bulls. The Warriors got their third victory over the Bulls with a score of 37-31.