Pro Kabaddi league Season 8, U Mumba vs UP Yoddha: The 25th match of Pro Kabaddi League Season 8 played at Sheraton Grand Whitefield on Saturday was a 28-28 tie between UP Yoddha and U Mumba. After this tie, Mumba’s team reached the second position in the points table with 17 points, while UP Yoddha is in fifth place with 13 points. This was the second tie match of both the teams this season. In this match, the defenders of both the teams dominated more than the raiders and made 10-10 tackles.
Defenders dominated this match
UP Yoddha won the toss and Abhishek Singh was sent to raid first, he did not take the point but Pardeep Narwal was tackled by Rinku (Rinku) and opened the account of U Mumba. Sumit (Sumit Sangwan) got the first point for UP Yoddha by dismissing Ajit Kumar (V Ajith Kumar) by making a superb tackle. After this the defense of both the teams showed a great game. For the first and UP Yoddha, Sumit Sangwan gave the team the lead by making many excellent tackles, after that U Mumba’s young defender Rinku got a glimpse and gave the team the lead by making four consecutive successful tackles.
Fazal and Pardeep’s magic did not work
Pardeep Narwal got two points for the first time after two years by dismissing Mumba captain Fazal Atrachali and put the warrior forward. Ajith Kumar saved Mumba from all out by doing a super raid and put his team forward. After this, Rahul Sethpal super tackled Pardeep and put Mumba ahead by four points. The first half ended in favor of U Mumba on the score of 16-13. This happened for the first time in this season when the defense points were more than the raid points with both the teams.
The match was a tie after a neck-and-neck
In the second half, Surender Gill gave the warriors the first point but Rahul Sethpal super tackled him in the next raid to put Mumba again ahead by 4 points. Sumit Sangwan tackled Shivam and brought U Mumba all out to level the score. With this brilliant tackle, he completed his High-5 in this match. Surender Gill put the UP Yoddha forward again in the Super Raid by dismissing two defenders including Fazal Atrachali. After this both the teams started playing carefully and did not make any mistake, after which the match ended in 28-28 draw.
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