Bengaluru Bulls crushed Bengal Warriors with 31-25 win over in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League Season 5 on Wednesday. Star players of the team Ajay Kumar and Rohit Kumar scored nine and six points in the raid correspondingly. Jang Kun Lee of Bengal Warriors scored eight points in the raid but wasn’t enough for the team to get a win over Bulls.
In Zone B, Bengaluru Bulls now top the table with 19 scores following playing six matches while Bengal Warriors are fourth with 11 points after three matches. Rohit Kumar commenced Bengaluru Bulls’ with a raid in the first minute. Bengal Warriors needed to hold up till the third moment to move as Maninder Singh scored with an assault.
Bengaluru Bulls drove 5-2 in the fourth minute as they sent Maninder to the seat. Bengal Warriors scored their first handle point in the seventh moment to trail 3-5. Two or three purge strikes took after by the two groups as Bengal Warriors leveled the game at 5-5 in the 10th minute. Jang Kun Lee scored with a strike as Bengal Warriors drove 8 – 6 following 12 minutes.
Bengaluru Bulls pillagers battled in the main half as they scored only three assault focuses in 16 minutes. With the score at 9-9, Bengaluru Bulls pulled off a super handle. Bengaluru Bulls let 12-9 following 18 minutes as Ajay Kumar scored a strike point. In an equitably balanced half it was the Bengaluru Bulls that drove 12-10 at the break.
The second half started with Bengal Warriors scoring two focuses in two minutes as they leveled the diversion at 12-12 and Bengaluru Bulls were decreased to only one man. Harish scored two points for Bengaluru Bulls as they turned away a hard and fast to lead 14-12. A full scale was at long last dispensed by Bengal Warriors in 24th minute to lead 16-15.
Bengaluru Bulls tied the diversion at 16-16 in the 27th minute. Ajay Kumar turned the match on its head as he scored four focuses with a super attack in 28th minute to give the Bulls 19-16 lead. Bengaluru Bulls dispensed a hard and fast in the 30th moment to lead 24-18. Ajay Kumar scored his eighth point soon to give Bulls 26-20 lead.
With less than five minutes left, Bengal Warriors scored with a handle point to trail 21-28. Bengal Warriors lessened the shortfall to five focuses in the 38th moment as they trailed 23-28. Bengaluru Bulls scored with a handle point in the 39th moment as they drove 30-23. The match in the long run finished 31-25 for Bengaluru Bulls as they drifted to an agreeable victory.