Patna Pirates failed to derail Bengal Warriors as the latter made a fabulous comeback in the last minute to tie 37-37.

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Patna Pirates were leading at the halftime with 18-14

The match saw four Super 10s being scored with Patnaas Pardeep Narwal (13) and Monu Goyat (11) and Bengalas Maninder Singh (15) and Deepak Narwal (10) taking the honors.

Maninder started the match on a high by picking up four points in his first four raids to set the tone. Goyat, on the other hand, continued his exemplary form and soon completed the 100 raid-pointsAmilestone this season. The score kept ticking along with Patna leading 8-6 in the first quarter.

Patnaas dominance continued into the next half as Pardeepas quick raids took the Warriors to the brink of another All-Out. Maninder was the lone raider left on the mat but he was not to be thwarted. He pulled off a super raid to give the Warriors a fighting chance. However, the visitors succumbed to their second All-Out of the night in the 30th minute to trail 23-31.

The Warriors, known for their comebacks, did not disappoint at all in the last quarter. Patna put their foot on the brakes to waste time but Maninder and Deepak had other plans. With 7 seconds remaining on the clock and 3 points separating the teams, the Warriors handed the Pirates their first All-Out of the night to tie the match at 37-37.


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