Jaipur Pink Panthers’ defence led by Sandeep Dhull and Amit Hooda did an excellent job on Patna’s danger man Pardeep Narwal as they kept him off the mat for 23 minutes and nine seconds.
Narwal amazingly figured out how to top score for Patna and finished with nine.
Sandeep Dhull put in a solid protective presentation and got upwards of eight handle points. Deepak Narwal contributed with eight assault points for Jaipur Pink Panthers.
For Patna Pirates, Monu who went ahead as a substitute wound up with a high five.
Pardeep opened Patna Pirates’ record with an attack point in the first minute. Sandeep timed his 150th handle point as Jaipur Pink Pirates drove 2-1.
Amit handled Jang Kun Lee in the fourth moment as the two groups were tied at 3-3.
Ajinkya Pawar made a two-point assault in the 6th minute to give Jaipur Pink Panthers 5-3 lead.
In the ninth moment, Jaipur Pink Panthers delivered a hard and fast to lead 11-4.
Jaipur Pink Panthers were in unfavorable form as they kept Pardeep calm for the initial 15 minutes. Toward the finish of the main half, Jaipur Pink Panthers drove 15-9.
The second half began with Jaipur Pink Panthers attesting their strength.
Deepak Narwal made a two-point strike in the 23rd moment to lead 18-11.
Pardeep scored three snappy assault focuses to restore Patna’s expectations of a comeback as Patna Pirates trailed 14-18 following 26 minutes.
Amit finished his high five in the 27th moment as he sent Pardeep to the seat and squashed all expectations of a Patna Pirates comeback.
In the 30th moment, Deepak made a two-point strike to give Jaipur Pink Panthers a 24-14 lead. Sandeep additionally accomplished a high five in the 33rd moment as Jaipur Pink Panthers kept on heaping more wretchedness on Patna Pirates.
Jaipur then inflicted another all out to lead 29-16.
Pardeep was the lone ranger when it came to Patna’s raiding points as with just five minutes to go they still trailed by 10 points.