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PKL 2019: Telugu Titans first win after 6 matches, Gujarat’s fourth consecutive defeat

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In the 38th match of the seventh season of Pro Kabaddi League, Telugu Titans registered their first win of the season by defeating Gujarat Fortunegiants.
The Titans had earlier lost five matches. With this victory, the Telugu Titans have got 10 points in seven matches with one win and one tie but they are still at the bottom of the points table.
At the same time, the Gujarat Fortunegiants have won 18 out of 7 matches and have scored 18 points and are currently in the fifth position.

Great performance of Rohit and Pravesh in PKL 2019

Rohit Gulia scored 5 raid points in 11 attempts for the Titans.
Whereas Pravesh Bhainswal played a key role in the team’s victory by getting 7 tackles points in 8 attempts.
The Titans took the lead from the start and increased the score to 17-13, keeping it extended until the first half.
In the second half, Rohit completed his 400th Raid of PKL.
Fortunegiants tried to come back strongly but they could not succeed and the match was finally named to the Titans on a score of 30-24.

Vishal and Siddharth’s efforts were useless

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For Gujarat, defender Vishal Bhardwaj scored 7 tackles in 7 attempts but could not postpone his team’s defeat.
At the same time, Siddharth Desai scored 7 red points in 15 attempts and tried his best to reduce the score difference.
Gujarat will now face Jaipur Pink Panthers on Friday, which will be the last match of Ahmedabad leg.
On Sunday, he will face Haryana Steelers in Chennai.

Haryana defeated Bengaluru Bulls

In another match held on Sunday, Haryana Steelers beat defending champions Bengaluru Bulls 33-30 to register their second consecutive win in the league.
For Haryana, he also completed his 200 Red Points, scoring a brilliant 12 points of development Khandala.
The Bangalore Bulls were ahead by one point at the end of the first half and their score was 17-16.
After this, Haryana registered their third victory this season by a margin of three points, showing the better game in the second half.
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