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Pro Kabaddi League 2018, Match 49, UP Yoddha vs Bengal Warriors: Player Ratings

Gaurav Kadam
Top 5 / Top 10
716   //    04 Nov 2018, 23:06 IST

Bengal Warriors

Maninder Singh scored 14 points tonight for Bengal Warriors
Maninder Singh scored 14 points tonight for Bengal Warriors

Surjeet Singh - (3/10)

The Bengal Warriors captain was the one organizing the defence for the team and had one tackle point in the match. He almost won the match for the Warriors with the last raid but the point was overturned by the umpires after the review.

Maninder Singh - (9/10)

Maninder Singh returned to the side tonight and continued his form scoring most of the raid points for the Bengal Warriors tonight. He was rarely tackled by the UP Yoddha defence and managed to score 14 points including a crucial Super Raid.

Mahesh Goud - (4/10)

The supporting raider had a poor night tonight as he was ineffective in his raids with the majority being empty raids. He was careless in the defence with unnecessary tackles as well but did manage one tackle point.

Shrikant Tewthia - (6/10)

The right corner defender had a poor start to the first half of the match giving away a few points to the UP Yoddha raiders. However, he recovered well and picked up three tackle point in the second half.

Adarsh T - (2/10)


The debutante for the Bengal Warriors did not manage any tackle points tonight in the first half. He was in and out of the lineup but scored a crucial tackle point late in the match getting UP Yoddha skipper Rishank Devadiga out.

Jang Kun Lee - (4/10)

The Korean raider played a silent role in the Bengal Warriors' raiding unit and put in fewer raids than his usual self. He managed to score only 3 raid points tonight.

Vijin Thangadurai - (3/10)

The young corner defender had a poor night as he gave away a lot of points to the UP raiders and did not manage to score any tackle point.


Ziaur Rehman - (3/10)

The cover defender from Bangladesh came on in the second half of the match and got one tackle point with a strong double thigh hold.

Rakesh Narwal - (3/10)

The substitute raider came on as the last man on the mat for Bengal Warriors and picked up crucial raid point to keep the team alive.

Baldev Singh - N/A

The defender was subbed on couple of times when Bengal Warriors were down in numbers but could not make any impact.

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