Ahmedabad: Raider Vikash Kandola starred but once more as Haryana Steelers beat UP Yoddha 36-33 within the Professional Kabaddi League on Wednesday.
With the win, Steelers transfer into the highest six within the factors desk. Yoddha grabbed three fast factors at the beginning of the match however Steelers raider Kandola exuded confidence. Quickly Steelers had been within the lead and Vikash was having day within the Yoddha’s aspect of the pitch.U.P.
Yoddha began strongly because of a two-point raid by Monu Goyat, which was adopted up with a profitable Nitesh Kumar sort out. Haryana Steelers acquired on the scoreboard moments later courtesy of a sort out by Ravi Kumar.
Kandola made his presence felt and mixed properly with Prashanth Kumar Rai as Haryana Steelers started scoring raid factors to tie the competition at 5-5.
Haryana Steelers then moved into the lead with Kandola breaking by way of UP Yoddha’s defence. They enforced the primary All-Out of the sport on U.P. Yoddha within the 13th minute to take a 7-11 lead and seemed to construct on their benefit earlier than half time.
Nevertheless, profitable raids by Shrikant Jadhav and a profitable sort out by Nitesh ensured that did not occur, as Haryana Steelers took only a 16-12 lead into the break.
Kandola starred for Haryana Steelers with a Tremendous 10 efficiency.
Bengal Warriors deny Gujarat Fortunegiants dwelling victory
An exciting Sunil Kumar-led comeback by Gujarat Fortunegiants within the second half fell simply brief as Bengal Warriors held on to win by a scoreline of 28-26 in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. Okay. Prapanjan efficiently managed to attain within the buzzer raid to assist Bengal Warriors climb to the second spot within the standings.
Bengal Warriors outscored the Gujarat Fortunegiants in a match led by their raiders. Bengal scored 16 raid factors within the match and so they received the battle in opposition to the Gujarat defence
Okay Prapanjan was the lead raider for the staff. He scored eight raid factors in 16 raids in opposition to Gujarat, the staff that he performed for in season 6.