Bengal Warriors 29-32 Bengaluru Bulls Live Result, ProKabaddi 2022: Maninder and co fight back, wreak havoc on the Bulls

Hello and welcome to Sportstar’s coverage of the ProKabaddi match between Bengal Warriors and Bengaluru Bulls.

Read Results Bulls vs Warriors:

32-29 warriors inflict the ALL OUT as Sachin Narwal is pinched and carried backwards. What a fight of the warriors!

31-26 Maninder comes in as the Bulls have a great tackle opportunity. Maninder pushes Aman into the back corner. GB More comes in from behind to try to knock him down but Maninder slips out to take a point.

31-25 This is a good comeback from Bengal as Girish Ernak gets both legs from Vikash.

31-24 Shrikant Jadhav comes in for the do-or-die heist and leads him to the last seconds of the heist. Saurabh Nandal is pulled out on that right corner and Bengal gets a point.

31-23 Bengal Warriors scores a few points in the trot here. Girish Ernak at work.

31-22 Mahender dashes too close to the center line and Shrikant Jadhav is happy to touch him.

31-21 Temporary relief for Bengal as Bharat is benched. Manoj Gowda comes in with the tackle.

31-20 SUPERRAID FOR VIKASH KANDOLA. Bengal is helping the man get back in shape while Girish Maruti Ernak, Vaibhav Garje and Shubham Shinde are all on the bench. Three people came for him and he fell backwards and crossed the halfway line.

28-20 Bonus point for Warriors, but the Bulls inflicted the all-out. Bengal in pieces here.

25-19 Vikash Kandola finally gets a point when he touches Shubham Shinde.

24-19 Ajinkya Kapre gets a bonus point

24-18 Meanwhile, Bharat can’t stop scoring. He gets the kick on Manoj Gowda while Balaji D almost falls on Bharat to gift him another point.

22-18 Vikash Kandola’s losing streak continues. He goes back empty-handed.

The Bulls were down by six at one point, but now they lead by four. The defense makes the difference. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. Unless the Bengal defense improves, the Warriors may not get past the league stage

22-18: half time! Bengal is experimenting with Manoj Gowda as a raider. No points.

20-18: A well-timed hock grab by Girish Ernak! The covers rush to support. Bengal has another point.

19-17: Neeraj Narwal returns after all this with an empty raid. He has three raid points so far.

16-17: Shrikanth Jadhav rejoices in the bonus point while counting down the raid clock.

13-16: The Bulls are back to seven on the mat. Maninder was knocked down again with five defenders coming his way.

10-16: Shrikanth gets the faintest touch with a crouched Mayur at the baseline with a kick. Seconds later we have an ALL OUT. Where was this Warriors side earlier this season?

9-11: A super tackle by Bulls as Maninder is pinned to the ground with a strong ankle grab by the Bulls defender.

7-11: Time for a do-or-die heist from Maninder. That’s a bold move. He shoves Mahender down the center line and that’s two points for Bengal.

7-7: Shrikanth Jadhav is out thanks to a brilliant shot from Mahender Singh

Sorry for the late start. We had some technical problems early on. But Bengal Warriors didn’t seem to have any starting problems as they got off to a better start. Bulls have always taken their time to go full throttle. It will be interesting to see when they step on the gas pedal.


Bengal Warriors: Maninder Singh, Vaibhav Garje, Balaji D, Manoj Gowda, Shrikanth Jadhav, Shubhan Shinde, Girish Ernak

Bengaluru Bulls: Vikash Kandola, Bharat, Neeraj Narwal, Mayur Kadam, Mahender Singh, Saurabh Nandal, Aman


Bengal Warriors lost their last game and have seven wins, six losses and two draws in Season 9. Skipper Maninder Singh has been consistent, scoring 174 raid points in the current campaign. Shrikant Jadhav and Deepak Hooda helped their Captain in attack with 70 and 42 raid points respectively. Girish Maruti Ernak was a pillar in the Warriors’ defense with 40 tackle points. Along with Ernak, Shubham Shinde and Vaibhav Garje have made their mark in defense with 28 and 25 tackle points respectively.

The Bengaluru Bulls, meanwhile, have been one of the teams to watch out for with 10 wins, five losses and one draw. Bharat was the Bulls’ favorite raider with 186 raid points. The Bulls also have raiders like Vikash Kandola and Neeraj Narwal who have achieved 86 and 67 raid points, respectively. On the defensive front, Saurabh Nandal tops the Bulls’ charts with 53 tackle points. Aman and Mahender Singh have also assisted Nandal on defense with 33 and 29 tackle points for the Bulls, respectively, while Neeraj Narwal also contributed 20 tackle points.


The Pro Kabaddi Season 9 game between the Bengal Warriors and the Bengaluru Bulls will be streamed live on Star Sports Network and Disney+ Hotstar on Wednesday, November 23 from 8:30 p.m.


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