Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Ultimate kho kho 2022 :In an exciting final, Odisha Juggernauts defeated Telugu Yoddhas to win the maiden championship

The Odisha Juggernauts became the inaugural winners of Ultimate Kho Kho (UKK) after an epic 18-day adventure. The Juggernauts, who played at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Mahalunge, Pune, withstood the final’s pressure admirably to win the Season 1 championship.

There was nothing less than a dramatic, suspenseful, and unpredictable film in The Final. Everything a lover of Kho Kho could possibly want was there. With a valiant victory over Telugu Yoddhas to win it 46-45 in the last seconds, the Odisha Juggernauts moved up to third place in the first UKK campaign.

Odisha Juggernauts won the toss and chose to bat first against Telugu Yoddhas in the most anticipated UKK match.

The Batch 1 Defenders of the Juggernauts appeared to be fully prepared as they got off to a fast start thanks to a dream run of eight points from Gowtham M. K. and Nilesh Jadhav.

Yoddhas felt the heat

Ultimate kho kho 2022 :In an exciting final, Odisha Juggernauts defeated Telugu Yoddhas
Ultimate kho kho 2022 : In an exciting final, Odisha Juggernauts defeated Telugu Yoddhas to win the maiden championship

Also read: Ultimate kho kho 2022 : The Gujarat Giants lose, and the Telugu Yoddhas advance to the championship game

When the scores were tied at eight each at the conclusion of the Batch clock, the Yoddhas felt the heat. They used the powerplay against Batch 2 but could not deal much damage since Dilip Khandavi furthered the Juggernauts’ damage with yet another Dream Run.

The Juggernauts displayed exceptional defensive play against UKK’s deadliest attack. With 10-10 on the scoreboard after the first seven minutes, the game had the promise of an exciting conclusion.

The Juggernauts gave the Yoddhas’ first round of defenders the powerplay, but Telugu captain Pratik Waikar worked to keep his team’s hopes alive and was able to secure a dream run.

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Yoddhas’ second batch looked very impressive as they scored a dream run without losing any of their defenders after taking some inspiration. The Yoddhas sought a review of Subhasish Santra’s “Running Touch” on Arun Gunki, but it was unsuccessful.

Adarsh Mohite finished an eight-point dream run

Adarsh Mohite from this batch finished an eight-point dream run for the Yoddhas with a four-minute stint on the mat. The Juggernauts’ lead over the Yoddhas at the end of the first inning was just three points.

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After a suspenseful inning, the Yoddhas launched Turn 3’s activities with a flurry of Khos to seize the initiative from the Juggernauts after dismissing the first two Defenders of Batch 1.

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However, Suraj Lande assumed control and scored a dream run. Mahesha P., a defender for the Juggernauts, requested a review after Rohan Shingade executed a Sky Dive, but the TV umpire rejected it. This batch furthered the harm done to the Yoddhas by doing another Dream Run.

The Yoddhas then attempted a review, but were unsuccessful, ending their sole attempt for this inning. At the conclusion of the third installment, the Yoddhas had a 14-point lead after scoring 21 points in their onslaught.

Prasad Radye produced a dream run, putting the game on the line

In the last turn, Prasad Radye, a defender from Yoddhas’ Batch 1, had a dream run, putting the game on the line. The Juggernauts used the powerplay to reduce the lead, but Batch 2 player Sachin Bhargo persisted and won a dream run for his team. At the end of the batch clock, Telugu was ahead 45–43, so the game was still in balance.

Suraj Lande, the attacker for the Juggernauts, performed an electrifying skydive that not only eliminated Avdhut Patil but also gave his team victory. By a narrow margin, the Juggernauts defeated the Yoddhas by a score of 46-45.

The Odisha Juggernauts became the inaugural winners of Ultimate Kho Kho (UKK) after an epic 18-day adventure. The Juggernauts, who played at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Mahalunge, Pune, withstood the final’s pressure admirably to win the Season 1 championship.

There was nothing less than a dramatic, suspenseful, and unpredictable film in The Final. Everything a lover of Kho Kho could possibly want was there. With a valiant victory over Telugu Yoddhas to win it 46-45 in the last seconds, the Odisha Juggernauts moved up to third place in the first UKK campaign.

Odisha Juggernauts won the toss and chose to bat first against Telugu Yoddhas in the most anticipated UKK match.

The Batch 1 Defenders of the Juggernauts appeared to be fully prepared as they got off to a fast start thanks to a dream run of eight points from Gowtham M. K. and Nilesh Jadhav.

Yoddhas felt the heat

Ultimate kho kho 2022 :In an exciting final, Odisha Juggernauts defeated Telugu Yoddhas
Ultimate kho kho 2022 : In an exciting final, Odisha Juggernauts defeated Telugu Yoddhas to win the maiden championship

Also read: Ultimate kho kho 2022 : The Gujarat Giants lose, and the Telugu Yoddhas advance to the championship game

When the scores were tied at eight each at the conclusion of the Batch clock, the Yoddhas felt the heat. They used the powerplay against Batch 2 but could not deal much damage since Dilip Khandavi furthered the Juggernauts’ damage with yet another Dream Run.

The Juggernauts displayed exceptional defensive play against UKK’s deadliest attack. With 10-10 on the scoreboard after the first seven minutes, the game had the promise of an exciting conclusion.

The Juggernauts gave the Yoddhas’ first round of defenders the powerplay, but Telugu captain Pratik Waikar worked to keep his team’s hopes alive and was able to secure a dream run.

Yoddhas’ second batch looked very impressive as they scored a dream run without losing any of their defenders after taking some inspiration. The Yoddhas sought a review of Subhasish Santra’s “Running Touch” on Arun Gunki, but it was unsuccessful.

Adarsh Mohite finished an eight-point dream run

Adarsh Mohite from this batch finished an eight-point dream run for the Yoddhas with a four-minute stint on the mat. The Juggernauts’ lead over the Yoddhas at the end of the first inning was just three points.

After a suspenseful inning, the Yoddhas launched Turn 3’s activities with a flurry of Khos to seize the initiative from the Juggernauts after dismissing the first two Defenders of Batch 1.

However, Suraj Lande assumed control and scored a dream run. Mahesha P., a defender for the Juggernauts, requested a review after Rohan Shingade executed a Sky Dive, but the TV umpire rejected it. This batch furthered the harm done to the Yoddhas by doing another Dream Run.

The Yoddhas then attempted a review, but were unsuccessful, ending their sole attempt for this inning. At the conclusion of the third installment, the Yoddhas had a 14-point lead after scoring 21 points in their onslaught.

Prasad Radye produced a dream run, putting the game on the line

In the last turn, Prasad Radye, a defender from Yoddhas’ Batch 1, had a dream run, putting the game on the line. The Juggernauts used the powerplay to reduce the lead, but Batch 2 player Sachin Bhargo persisted and won a dream run for his team. At the end of the batch clock, Telugu was ahead 45–43, so the game was still in balance.

Suraj Lande, the attacker for the Juggernauts, performed an electrifying skydive that not only eliminated Avdhut Patil but also gave his team victory. By a narrow margin, the Juggernauts defeated the Yoddhas by a score of 46-45.

The Odisha Juggernauts became the inaugural winners of Ultimate Kho Kho (UKK) after an epic 18-day adventure. The Juggernauts, who played at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Mahalunge, Pune, withstood the final’s pressure admirably to win the Season 1 championship.

There was nothing less than a dramatic, suspenseful, and unpredictable film in The Final. Everything a lover of Kho Kho could possibly want was there. With a valiant victory over Telugu Yoddhas to win it 46-45 in the last seconds, the Odisha Juggernauts moved up to third place in the first UKK campaign.

Odisha Juggernauts won the toss and chose to bat first against Telugu Yoddhas in the most anticipated UKK match.

The Batch 1 Defenders of the Juggernauts appeared to be fully prepared as they got off to a fast start thanks to a dream run of eight points from Gowtham M. K. and Nilesh Jadhav.

Yoddhas felt the heat

Ultimate kho kho 2022 :In an exciting final, Odisha Juggernauts defeated Telugu Yoddhas
Ultimate kho kho 2022 : In an exciting final, Odisha Juggernauts defeated Telugu Yoddhas to win the maiden championship

Also read: Ultimate kho kho 2022 : The Gujarat Giants lose, and the Telugu Yoddhas advance to the championship game

When the scores were tied at eight each at the conclusion of the Batch clock, the Yoddhas felt the heat. They used the powerplay against Batch 2 but could not deal much damage since Dilip Khandavi furthered the Juggernauts’ damage with yet another Dream Run.

The Juggernauts displayed exceptional defensive play against UKK’s deadliest attack. With 10-10 on the scoreboard after the first seven minutes, the game had the promise of an exciting conclusion.

The Juggernauts gave the Yoddhas’ first round of defenders the powerplay, but Telugu captain Pratik Waikar worked to keep his team’s hopes alive and was able to secure a dream run.

Yoddhas’ second batch looked very impressive as they scored a dream run without losing any of their defenders after taking some inspiration. The Yoddhas sought a review of Subhasish Santra’s “Running Touch” on Arun Gunki, but it was unsuccessful.

Adarsh Mohite finished an eight-point dream run

Adarsh Mohite from this batch finished an eight-point dream run for the Yoddhas with a four-minute stint on the mat. The Juggernauts’ lead over the Yoddhas at the end of the first inning was just three points.

After a suspenseful inning, the Yoddhas launched Turn 3’s activities with a flurry of Khos to seize the initiative from the Juggernauts after dismissing the first two Defenders of Batch 1.

However, Suraj Lande assumed control and scored a dream run. Mahesha P., a defender for the Juggernauts, requested a review after Rohan Shingade executed a Sky Dive, but the TV umpire rejected it. This batch furthered the harm done to the Yoddhas by doing another Dream Run.

The Yoddhas then attempted a review, but were unsuccessful, ending their sole attempt for this inning. At the conclusion of the third installment, the Yoddhas had a 14-point lead after scoring 21 points in their onslaught.

Prasad Radye produced a dream run, putting the game on the line

In the last turn, Prasad Radye, a defender from Yoddhas’ Batch 1, had a dream run, putting the game on the line. The Juggernauts used the powerplay to reduce the lead, but Batch 2 player Sachin Bhargo persisted and won a dream run for his team. At the end of the batch clock, Telugu was ahead 45–43, so the game was still in balance.

Suraj Lande, the attacker for the Juggernauts, performed an electrifying skydive that not only eliminated Avdhut Patil but also gave his team victory. By a narrow margin, the Juggernauts defeated the Yoddhas by a score of 46-45.

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