Host U Mumba defeated Bengaluru Bulls (32-29) in the semi-final against the Pro-Kaba League (PKL) at NSCI Stadium on Wednesday. The home team surpassed Bengaluru in all parts of the game, overwhelming visitors in the first half. But visitors fought hard in the second half of the game. It's too late. Another bout of the night between Tamil Thalaivas and Haryana Steelers ended with a tie. Sukesh Hegde gave 7 points to Tamil Thalaivas and Manjeet Chhillar gave 4 points to Tamil Thalaivas. Haryana Steelers gave Vikas Kandola 14 raid points and Kuldeep Singh got 3 points.
In the match between U Mumba and Bengaluru Bulls, Darshan Kadian, Surrender Singh and Abofazl Maghsod got 9, 5 and 5 points respectively, and Bengaluru's Pawan Sehrawat, Rahul Chaudhary and Kashiling Adake got 8, 6 and 4 points respectively. side.
Darshan and Abofazl started with a 2-0 lead before U Mumba moved Bengaluru's Pawan and Kashling to four points and scored one point each in their first offensive attempt.
Darshan has repeatedly attempted a successful assault attack and picked the point again. Their assailant Mahesh Maruti was also tackled by the host, and the situation in Bengaluru seems to have worsened and nothing has been seen on the visitor's path.
Dumbhan went ahead 9-0 with U Mumba all-out. The dominant home team extended their points in 12 minutes. The opponent team still tried to open their account in 11 minutes.
Skipper Rahul eventually gave Bengaluru a little rest after a great success, but it was too late because U Mumba had already taken an 11-point lead.
The hosts were fantastic in the second half of the first half, and U umba scored 17-6 in the first half.
In the second half, the lead brought another All-Out lead of 24-7.
U umba managed one point, but his score was still 25-11 in 29 minutes.
However, U Mumba scored one point in the 35th minute, but scored 20 points in a successive attack and tackle attempt, scoring 26-20 points.
Kashling's Super Reid led Bengaluru to 24 points and reduced the deficit to five points, leaving three minutes. After that, Fawan was again successfully attacked by visitors to read the score at 29-25.
The home team picked three consecutive points, 32 points, and 7 points more than the opponent.
Bengaluru won 4 points in the last minute of the contest. But it was not enough to keep U Mumba out of the ninth in the 12 games this season.