UP Yoddha decimated Dabanag Delhi, to play against Gujarat Fortunegiants in the qualifier 2

UP Yoddha on a winning streak 8th win in a row, Yoddha's came prepared and they did every-thing right in a crucial match. Dabang Delhi succumbed under pressure.  Dabang Delhi defense failed against UP Yoddha attack and could just score 4 tackle points against 10 tackle points by UP Yoddha.

Rishan Devadiga started the raid with a bonus while Meraj went back empty handed, a brilliant pursuit by Sachin eliminated Meraj Sheykh in the 2nd minute. Chandran Ranjit scored the first point for the team in the 2nd minute. Turning point of the game was 3 points raid by Prashanth Kumar Rai and UP Yoddha inflicted the fastest all-out of Prokabaddi season in under 4 minutes. UP Yoddha took 10 points massive lead in the 4th minute as the Dabang Delhi raiders were struggling to score a point. At the stroke of the half time UP Yoddha were on a commanding lead and walked out in break with 14 points cushion, with 27-13 score on board.

Dabang Delhi tried to make a comeback in the first 7 minutes of the first half back to back 2 raids by Pawan Kadian forced Nitesh Kumar and Narender out of the mat and UP Yoddha were reduced to 3 on the mat. In the 23rd minute Naveen was on raid and a brilliant super tackle by substitute Amit averted the all-out for some time, but Dabang Delhi managed to inflict the first all-out in the 26th minute score difference was narrowed to 10, with 31-21. 

Moment of the match in the second half was 5 points raid by Prashanth Kumar Rai in the 28th minute, and UP Yoddha were in full control of the game with 14 points lead, 22-36. UP Yoddha inflicted the 2nd all-out in the 30th minute which was last nail in the Dabang Delhi's coffin. In the last 10 minutes Dabang Delhi added 10 points against UP Yoddha'a 4 points but failed against the massive early lead by UP Yoddha. With 45-33 final score UP Yoddha marched to the 2nd qualifier, where they will play against Guajart Fortunegiants to secure spot in the Prokabaddi season 6 finals.

 

Dabang Delhi Vs. UP Yoddha final score

 

Prashant Kumar Rai with his brilliant 13 points in 15 raid points once again proved valuable. He was ably supported by the captain Rishank Devadiga with his 8 points in 15 raid attempts. The duo of Nitesh Kumar and Jeeva Kumar once again proved to be lethal, 3 each tackle points in 4 tackle attempts for both. Dabang Delhi's defense on rout, Ravinder Pahal could just score 2 points and 4 unsuccessful tackle attempts while Joginder threw errors back to back and could just score 1 points and threw 5 unsuccessful tackles. Naveen Kumar once again scored super 10 in 13 raid attempts but failed to help his team win.

UP Yoddha best raider and defender:

UP Yoddha best raider and defender

Dabang Delhi best raider and defender:

Dabang Delhi best raider and defender

Who will play against Bengaluru Bulls in Prokabaddi season 6 final? Stay tuned with us for the 2nd qualifier, UP Yoddha will take on Gujarat Fortunegiants.
Prokabaddi season 6, qualifier 2 schedule

 



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