In the Vivo Pro-Kabaddi League season 5, the Interzone match between Gujarat FortuneGiants and Bengal Warriors was extremely exciting and ended in the draw. The 33rd match of the league played in Bengal and Gujarat ended with no result at 26-26.
Maninder opened the Bengal score while achieving success in the first raid. The next moment, Sukesh Hegde, scored a score in the raid with a score of 1-1. After this, there was a good competition between the two teams.
Maninder and Deepak reduce Bengal’s responsibility. Weakened the defense of Gujarat, and with the help of good defense, in the last three minutes to finish the first half, Gujarat has chased down 13-8.
Deepak took a score by the hit raid, and Bengal thus achieved a 14-10 lead over Gujarat till the intermission.
After the start of the second half, the Bengal raiders were trying to strengthen their screws on the opponent team while catching the redresses of Gujarat who came for raiding on their own.
In the meantime, Sukesh Hegde tried to bridge the gap between the successful raid-hot score for Gujarat, but the next moment, Zhang-Kun Lee achieved success in the Red, giving Bengal a 17-11 lead over Gujarat.
Sukesh Hegde, who has been weakening Gujarat, has scored a score of 15-18 while reducing the gap between the score on his successful reding.
In the last eight minutes, Bengal had achieved just one point from 19-18 on Gujarat.
The scores of both the teams, who were good at each other, were at 20-20 at one time. Bhupendra Singh, who came to raid in the last five minutes, struck a super raid and cleaned up three players of Gujarat and gave Bengal 23-21 lead.
In the last three minutes, Mahendra bowled Bengal with a big knockout and gave Gujarat a boost of 26-23.
On this edge of Gujarat, Bengal player Deepak Narwal defeated his next Raid Beat. They scored 25-26 with two points.
There was some time in this match that arrived at the exciting mode. After this, Mahendra’s hands did not touch anything, and Deepak managed to make his final raid one and draw the match 26-26.