PUNE: Telugu Titans played out a profoundly engaging 42-42 tie against Patna Pirates in their Pro Kabaddi coordinate on Friday. Pardeep Narwal, with 17 assault focuses, was by and by the star for Patna as they returned from being six down to almost winning the match. Telugu Titans will view themselves as unfortunate to leave away with a tie notwithstanding two thieves - siddharth Desai and Rajnish - securing Super 10s.
The principal half observed fortunes change for both the groups. The Telugu group began the front foot with their resistance figuring out how to control Patna's Pardeep Narwal while Rajnish and siddharth Desai got strike focuses for the men dressed in yellow. Rajnish's prevailing three-point Super Raid in the fifth moment, and a solid resistance driven by Vishal Bhardwaj, helped Titans exact an All-Out in the eighth moment to open up an important lead. Rajnish kept on being the essential assaulting weapon for Titans as they moved in towards the last minutes of the half.
Be that as it may, Narwal acted the hero of the Pirates and his four-point Super Raid, with under two minutes remaining, helped Patna secure an All-Out and the bandit lined it up with an enormous three-point attack to level 19-19 in the last play of the half. In spite of the misfortune, Titans had looked the more formed group on the tangle, and they realized they could proceed to win the match on the off chance that they expanded Pardeep Narwal's time away from the tangle. The protection rose to the test, defeating all the Patna assaults, while Rajnish had great early minutes as Titans by and by opened up a lead and secured an All-Out with 8 minutes remaining.
Rajnish verified his Super 10, while at the opposite end Pardeep likewise protected the achievement with over five minutes left in the match. Patna's 'one-man destroying ball' guaranteed the Pirates secured a significant All-Out two minutes left in the match to make it a one-point game. The last minutes saw the two sides wasting a chance to win the match with a wellbeing first approach which brought about a draw that does both the groups nothing more than a bad memory in their offer to make it to the playoffs.
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