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The recording-breaking hero of Bengaluru Bulls Pawan Sehrawat created history in the  118th match of Pro Kabaddi League season seven as he singlehandedly scored 39 mind-boggling raid points against Haryana Steelers on Wednesday at Tau Devilal Sports Complex, Panchkula. Last night in the worth-watching PKL battle, the raiding king Pawan Sehrawat not only edged past Pardeep Narwal’s previous record but also lifted his squad against the powerful hosts at their own den. The fast and furious Bulls defeated hapless Haryana Steelers by 56-39 win in a lop-sided match. The credit of Bangalore’s outstanding win goes to one and the only superstar raider Pawan Sehrawat.

At the beginning of the match, it was quite difficult to say that who would win the match but later after the highly-entertaining first half Bengaluru Bulls cleared the picture for the audience. Though the home-side was also trying its best in the game as they inflicted the first All-Out of the night withing eight minutes of starting. But all their efforts went in vain as Pawan Sehrawat gave the 10-point lead to Bulls in the halftime.

By the second half, Sehrawat became the lone wolf in that battle as he kept on scoring for his team without any break. As a result, Bulls secured four All-Outs of the night and created an unchasable gap for Steelers. The series of All-Outs and incredible raids resulted in Bulls without any doubt won the match against Haryana with a 59-36 margin. Both Bulls and Steelers are successfully qualified for the upcoming playoffs in Pro Kabaddi League 2019.

Here’s see the match highlights of the highly-entertaining battle between Haryana Steelers and Bengaluru Bulls at Pro kabaddi League 2019: 

Despite losing the game Steelers are still reigning at the third position in current Pro Kabaddi League Standings along with 65 points in account. While Bulls also remained at the same fifth spot in recent standings. Though they have grabbed 63 points in account now.

Dharmaraj Cheralathan-led Haryana Steelers will next take on lowly-ranked southerners Telugu Titans in the last home-leg match on October 4th. While the defending champions Bengaluru Bulls will next face one-time title lifters Jaipur Pink Panthers on the same day at the same venue.

Before the record-breaking battle of Haryana Steelers and Bulls, two more powerful teams U Mumba and Patna Pirates also faced each other on Wednesday. In that match, the one-time title lifters Mumba boys defeated three-time champions Patna Pirates by 30-26 margin at Tau Devilal Sports Complex, Panchkula. All thanks to star raider Abhishek Singh who scored seven successful raid points for his team.