Maninder Singh was the chief architect of the success as he scored 14 raid points and got capable help from Mohammed Nabibakhsh who contributed with 8 essential raid points. Rinku Narwal finished a High 5 as the Bengal Warriors commanded their opponents.
For Puneri Paltan, Girish Ernak scored three handle points and Pankaj Mohite top scored with 6 points however the Bengal Warriors had a response to everything their adversaries tossed at them. Maninder Singh got two super assaults and was a thorn in the Puneri Paltan’s side all through the match.
It was a show of strength and agility by Maninder Singh as from the word go, he attacked the Puneri Paltan’s defence. Bengal Warriors made the best start possible as Maninder Singh made a super raid to give them a 4-1 lead. Bengal Warriors made the most ideal begin as Maninder Singh made a super attack to give them a 4-1 lead.
Puneri Paltan recuperated from the early assault and constrained a super handle in the fifth minute to cut it down to 4-5. The next couple of minutes was about Bengal Warriors as they scored seven straight points, including a full scale, to lead 11-4.
Mohite got two speedy raid points for Puneri Paltan as they trailed 7-13 following 14 minutes. Be that as it may, Maninder Singh created another super assault in the fifteenth minute to give Bengal Warriors a 16-7 lead. Bengal Warriors finished the first half on a high as they drove 18-9 at the break.
They started the second half in an earnest way as they incurred a full scale in the 24th minute to lead 24-11. Maninder Singh finished his Super 10 in the second half as he kept on harming Puneri Paltan. Nabibakhsh delivered a breathtaking Super Raid in the 29th moment as Bengal Warriors exacted another full scale to lead 33-11.
Puneri Paltan were dejected at this point and Bengal Warriors kept on heaping the points. Narwal accomplished a High 5 and furthermore achieved the 50 tackle points milestone in Pro Kabaddi League.
Mohite scored with a two-point strike in the 33rd minute as Puneri Paltan trailed 16-37. Bengal Warriors took their foot off the pedal as Mohite picked up a slew of raid points to reduce the margin of defeat. Bengal Warriors, however, forced a super tackle in the 37th minute to lead 40-19 and picked up more points in the last two minutes to emerge victoriously.