Second match of the evening between UP Yoddhas and Bengal Warriors ends in a tie
UP Yoddha after losing both home leg matches came to change the fate. But their record against Bengal Warriors continue to be uninspiring as UP Yoddha and Bengal Warriors have played four times in Prokabaddi history but UP Yoddha yet to win against Bengal Warriors, 2 out of four matches have ended in a tie and both in season 6.
Maninder started the raid and went back empty while Sachin came on a pursuit raid but failed to encash. Jang Kun Lee scored the first raid for Bengal Warriros, while Rishank scored the first raid in the 2nd minute. It was a low scoring battle with 1 or 2 points difference at any given time.
Bengal Warriors NYP was impressive on his debut and we saw some brilliant tackles by him, and we saw Maninder successfully targeting Narender and scoring points and he got 5 points in the first half. At the stroke of half time score was 11-12, with Bengal Warriors in lead.
In the second half UP Yoddha started very well with substitute Azad fetching points for the team, and inflicted the 1st all-out in the 29th minute and Bengal Warriros were trailing by 4 points, 21-17. It was Maninder Singh who ran through the opposition defenders with determination and scored a 3 point super raid, and score was equal, 23-23.
In the 36th minute Bengal Warriors inflicted the 1st all-out and UP Yoddha were trailing by 2 points, but score was once again equal in the 37th minute and UP Yoddha took a slender one point lead in the 38th minute, which was not long lived, courtesy Jang Kun Lee brilliant bonus skills, and score equal, 29-29. In the 29th minute Adarsh brilliant tackle sent Rishank Devadiga on bench and Bengal Warriors took the lead, but in the 40th minute while on a raid Jang Kun Lee could not control himself and stepped out in the lobby and the thrilling encounter ended in a tie, 30-30.
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