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Akash Shinde Shines as Puneri Paltan Dominate Bengal Warriors in Pro Kabaddi Clash

In a thrilling Pro Kabaddi encounter, Puneri Paltan emerged victorious against Bengal Warriors, securing a comfortable 45-29 win. The star of the show was undoubtedly Akash Shinde, whose impressive performance, including a 10-point haul, proved instrumental in Puneri's dominant display·

The match started with a bang, as Puneri Paltan inflicted an early all-out on Bengal Warriors, thanks to a strong defensive performance. Vaibhav Kamble's tackle on Vaibhav Garje set the tone, and soon after, Pankaj Mohite's quick raid and successful touchpoint put Puneri firmly in control.

While Maninder Singh attempted to revive Bengal's hopes with a few successful raids, Puneri's defense, led by Abhinesh Nadarajan and Gaurav Khatri, was rock-solid. They consistently tackled down Bengal's raiders, including the formidable Maninder, preventing them from gaining momentum.


On the other side of the mat, Akash Shinde was unstoppable. He showcased his raiding prowess with a series of agile maneuvers, picking off Bengal defenders with ease. He scored points consistently, both in do-or-die raids and regular raids, putting immense pressure on the Bengal defense.

At halftime, Puneri Paltan held a commanding 18-9 lead, and the second half continued in a similar vein. Bengal Warriors tried their best to bridge the gap, with Nitin Kumar and Vishwas contributing valuable points, but Puneri's defense remained resolute.

Akash Shinde continued to shine, picking up crucial points and adding to his tally. He even sealed the victory with a successful raid in the dying moments, solidifying his position as the star performer of the match.

This comprehensive victory strengthens Puneri Paltan's playoff aspirations, while Bengal Warriors will need to regroup and strategize to improve their performance in upcoming matches.

Key Highlights of the Match

Puneri Paltan inflicted an early all-out on Bengal Warriors.
Akash Shinde scored 10 points for Puneri Paltan.
Maninder Singh scored 4 points for Bengal Warriors.
Puneri Paltan's strong defense was a key factor in their victory.