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Umumba beat jaipur Pink Panther and Bulls thrash Tahalaivas in day 4 of Pro Kabaddi

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Day 4- Bangluru Bulls beat Tamil Thalaiva

After winning 1st match in a league its been a 2nd loss of thaliavas in a row. Pawan Sehrawat produced the raiding performance of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi (PKL 2018) Season six so far as he led Bengaluru Bulls to an impressive 48-37 victory over Tamil Thalaivas in the second match of the day at Jawahar lal Nehru Indoor stadium on Wednesday. Sehrawat scored 20 points but unfortunately suffered an injury at the beginning of the second half.  Kashiling Adake, who reached the milestone of scoring 500 raid points in PKL 6, contributed 9 points in a match. The lone performer for Tamil Thalaivas was Ajay Thakur who scored 20 raid points. Tamil Thalaivas defence let them down massively as they scored just five tackle points in the match.

In a thrilling game of Kabaddi U Mumbai beat Jaipur Pink Panther

It was a 1st match of Abhishek Bachchan led Jaipur pink panthers, The first half was a story of U Mumba’s attack versus Jaipur Pink Panthers’ defence. While U Mumba scored eight raid points, they could muster just three tackle points. Jaipur Pink Panthers meanwhile had just two raid points but seven tackle points. Jaipur Pink Panthers started off brightly and led 7-2 after six minutes. Rohit Baliyan made a two-point raid in the next minute as U Mumba trailed 4-7. Jaipur Pink Panthers inflicted the first all out of the match in the 9th minute to lead 11-5.

But Jaipur team could not maintain the lead till the last minute, U mum made a strong comeback.  to beat Jaipur Pink Panthers 39-32 in the first match of the day. Siddharth Desai scored 13 raid points for U Mumba and was their star performer. He was ably supported by Rohit Baliyan who chipped with seven raid points. It was a disappointing first game for Jaipur Pink Panthers as they squandered a healthy first-half advantage. Anup Kumar had a quiet match as he scored just four points and Deepak Hooda too disappointed with just two points.