BENGAL WARRIORS have announced that star defender Surjeet Singh will lead their team in the upcoming Pro Kabaddi season five
AHEAD OF THE SEASON FIVE, the Bengal Warriors got a complete makeover of its Indian nucleus, retaining only its marquee overseas player, Jang Kun Lee. With many new inclusions, the franchise will be hopeful of a reversal of fortune in the upcoming season.
ON THE DAY ONE of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) auction, raider Nitin Tomar shattered all records as he bagged a whopping Rs 93 lakh bid by GMR-owned Team Uttar Pradesh.
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).
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