As a result of the six points he earned, raider Pardeep Narwal became the first player in the history of the Pro Kabaddi League to accumulate more than 1400 points in raids. The final raid of the night for the Tamil Thalaivas, in which they were defeated by a substitute named Rathan Kumar, encapsulates the entire evening’s events.
The final score was 41–24, which gave the UP Yoddhas a commanding victory over their opponents. UP is now in sixth place after racking up three victories so far this season. They have a total of 18 points after six games played.
The fact that the defence has 19 points for tackles is a really encouraging trend. There were not many positive things for the Thalaivas, but Himanshu was responsible for some key achievements connected to raiding and defence.
This club needs to get its act together as quickly as possible if it hopes to have even a sliver of a chance of making it into the playoffs. In the first two raids of the game, the Thalaivas got rid of Pardeep Narwal and Surender Gill, who were two of the UP Yoddhas’ best raiders.
PKL 2022: Yoddhas Swiftly Regained Their Composure and Fought Their Way Back to the Front of the Pack
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However, the Yoddhas swiftly regained their composure and fought their way back to the front of the pack. After that, the Yoddhas really got rolling, and they immediately caused the first ALL OUT of the game to take the lead at 10-5.
This was all down to the Yoddhas’ rapid play. During the first half of the game, the raiders on both teams were able to match each other step for step. However, the Yoddhas’ defence, which had been methodically rehearsed and carried out, made all the difference.
Sahil Gulia and Himanshu were two of the final three Thaliavas players still on the mat until Narwal eliminated them in a Do or Die raid with five minutes left in the half, leaving them facing a second all out.
Yoddhas finished the game in the best way possible
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Sahil Gulia and Himanshu were two of the final three Thaliavas players still on the mat. The moment the All Out was signalled, the Yoddhas took the initiative, increasing their lead to 23-11.
When the Yoddhas saw how quickly the Thalaivas were getting out of the gate in the second half, they were on the point of going all-out. They were able to escape that outcome and keep their advantage thanks to a super tackle that Ashu Singh made on V Visvanath.
The Thalaivas’ ability to carry out successful raids often put the Yoddhas in danger, but Ashu’s tendency to make spectacular tackles made sure that the Yoddhas never lost their decisive lead.
Despite the fact that they put in an incredible amount of effort, the Thalaivas were unable to outpace their competitors. The Yoddhas finished the game in the best way possible by having the substitute raider Rathan score a Super Raid. This allowed them to cross the threshold of 40 points and claim their third victory of the year.