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PKL 10: Are the Bulls on the course of a remarkable comeback?

After losing five of its first seven games, the club sits in eighth position in the competition with only 19 points and a score differential of -37. Nonetheless, with their recent triumph, they are on the verge of launching a comeback.

The Bulls started the season with four consecutive losses to the Gujarat Giants, Bengal Warriors, Dabang Delhi, and Haryana Steelers. Following that, they won two straight games against the U.P. Yoddhas and the Jaipur Pink Panthers.

At their home arena, they suffered a crushing 25-point defeat to Puneri Paltan in their seventh encounter of the competition.


The Bengaluru Bulls were defeated 34-31 by the Gujarat Giants in their season opener. All of the players gave their all during the game, and the squad as a whole delivered a flawless performance, yet they were narrowly defeated.

The Bengaluru Bulls were defeated by the mighty Bengal Warriors in their season opener, 32-30, a margin of defeat of only two points. The team's raiders gave it their all in this game, but the defenders let them down, and the Bulls were defeated once more. Bharat was the top raider once again with six points, followed by Neeraj Narwal with three raid points and two tackle points.

In their third game, the Bulls met the Dabang Delhi squad, who were also coming off a loss. The Delhi players took control of the game from the start and didn't let up, defeating the Bengaluru Bulls by seven points. Their fourth encounter was another close loss, this time to the Haryana Steelers, with only Bharat, the main raider, stepping up and scoring 14 points.

After four losses, the Bengaluru team won two games, thanks to their raiders, who once again ensured that the team crossed the line. They defeated the U.P. Yoddhas by two points, with Vikash Kandola and Bharat both scoring a super ten. Their next victory was by two points against the Jaipur team, in which the raiders scored as usual and Saurabh Nandal performed a spectacular high-five. Their seventh match ended in a humiliating 25-point loss against Puneri Paltan, with the Bulls scoring only 18 points as a team. Rohit Kumar was the lone warrior, scoring six tackle points.

The Bulls team staged an excellent team performance in the seventh fixture against the Telugu Titans as they beat them by two points and won their third match of the season.
Bharat leads the squad in raiding with 62 points after eight games and has established his worth in each one. Surjeet Singh, the veteran defender, has shown to be the best with 21 tackle points. The team's other players must also step up, as the Bengaluru Bulls cannot afford any more losses this season of the Pro Kabaddi League.