IT WAS BUSINESS as usual for Bengal Warriors as they fell woefully short in yet another contest, losing to Puneri Paltan 31-38.
A ROUTINE DOMINATION was made more special when Patna Pirate captain-defender Dharmaraj Cheralathan led a desperate fight under a threat of an all-out to ensure that the defending champions got a massive 35-21 win against Bengal Warriors and got to the top of the PKL table.
A SUPERB SERIES of raids from Rahul Chaudhari saw Telugu Titans grab their first win of the season, beating a hapless Bengal Warriors team emphatically by 35-18.
U MUMBA SURPASSED the challenge put on by Bengal Warriors with ease to get themselves a comfortable large-margin victory by a margin of 18-26.
A WELL-CALCULATED DISPLAY from Bengal Warriors showed that they had taken the bitter lessons from the previous night to heart as they managed to hold their composure throughout a rather tight fight with Dabang Delhi, and rode a late surge to a seal a decisive 31-23 victory.
A TEETH-GRINDING, back and forth, neck to neck thriller unfolder between Bengaluru Bulls and Bengal Warriors tonight, as both team featuring new-look squads got their seasons off the ground. And it was the Bulls who, thanks to a last-minute all-out they managed to bag, came out victorious by a narrow margin of 1 point (24-23).
ADDING TO THE HOST of luminaries taking the PKL for Season 4 are Rana Daggubati, Puneeth Rajkumar and Diljit Dosanjh, who have been signed as brand ambassadors of Season 4 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi that commences on June 25th in Mumbai.
BENGALURU BULLS looks like a team to watch out for in the PKL season 4 by strengthening their squad, signs star players of U Mumba, Mohit Chhillar and Surender Nada. Following are the full squad of the teams.
BENGAL WARRIORS scored their third victory in four outings at home to leap to the top of the points table with 26 points by beating Jaipur Pink Panthers 34-20 in a Pro Kabaddi League contest in Kolkata on Wednesday.
GIVING AN ALL ROUND DISPLAY, the Patna Pirates made the most of the opportunities that came their way to defeat Bengal Warriors 36-31 in a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) encounter at the Netaji Indoor Stadium in Kolkata on Tuesday.
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