What began with an air of exhilaration clouded with a nail biting tie-up as the match ended at 27-27 stalemate, but nothing can take away from watching the match live in stadium. The energy at stadium is so infectious that one can’t help, but just yell, cheer and shout out loud with a lot of fun!
Puneri Paltan commenced at a slower pace as the chased 0-5 and made a roaring come with Sonu Narwal’s raid point. Post that, they charged on the Delhi Dabanggs leading by two points. They pulled their lead by 4 points with 7mins left in the first half of the match.
Delhi Dabangs did try to chase the point making Paltan but at the end of the 1st half Paltans led the war by 14-10
Selvamani of Dabang Delhi KC scored a raid point moving towreds levelling the score at 18-18 with an all-out. Chillar then restored Paltan’s lead by score two more points. But in 8 minutes Dabang Delhi inflicted an all-out, leading 22-20.
Puneri Paltan’s Chhillar, however, made a critical impact in the last two minutes by scoring a raid and a tackle point, forcing a tie at 27-27.
All in all Puneri Paltan yet remains at podium with 14 points.
Dabang Delhi KC and Puneri Paltan produced the first tie of the fourth season of Pro Kabaddi League as the match ended at 27-27 stalemate.
Manjeet Chillar’s stunning last-second block steals a thrilling tie for Puneri Paltan against Dabang Delhi.(Source: PTI)
In a cliffhanger of a game, Dabang Delhi KC and Puneri Paltan produced the first tie of the fourth season of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi as the match ended at 27-27 stalemate on Tuesday.
In a see saw of a game which saw both sides exchange leads several times, it was Manjeet Chhillar who had an extremely quiet game in defence but came up with a crucial tackle in the last minute to tie the game.
It was a relief for Puneri Paltan as they were staring at their second successive defeat.
Dabang Delhi KC would be disappointed as they squandered a great opportunity to record their first win of the season. Puneri Paltan remained at top of the league with 14 points while Dabang Delhi KC occupies the sixth place with three points in their tally.
Puneri Paltan began extremely slowly and they trailed 0-5. But they got their act together and made a comeback when Sonu Narwal scored a raid point. Puneri Paltan got their defensive act together to inflict an all out in the 12th minute and took a lead of two points. They extended their lead to four points with seven minutes left in the first half.
Puneri Paltan led 14-10 at the end of the first half.
Selvamani scored another raid point at the start of the second half as Dabang Delhi KC began mounting their comeback. Puneri Paltan had several chances for a super tackle in the initial moments but failed to capitalize on it.
Meraj Sheykh finally opened his account in the fifth minute of the second half with a quick raid point and followed it with a do-or-die raid as Dabang Delhi trailed by two points. Adake struggled in the second half offensively as he scored two points from 14 raids.
Delhi leveled the score at 18-18, however, with an all-out looming Chhillar scored two points to restore Puneri Paltan’s lead to two points. Dabang Delhi inflicted an all out with less than eight minutes to go and led 22-20. As both teams looked to close in on a victory, Puneri Paltan scored three points with a raid and tackle to lead 23-33 in the 14th minute of the second half.