The Bengaluru Bulls defeated the Haryana Steelers 53-39 in the final league stage game of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) season 10 at the Tau Devilal indoor stadium in Panchkula on Wednesday. Bulls' raider Sushil was imperious for his team registering an astounding 22 points, the difference between the teams on the day. In a blistering first half, the Bulls were the ones who took the upper hand for the better part of the first quarter and even inflicted the first all-out to streak into an eight-point lead. From there though, the Steelers slowly hit back, their young raider Tejas Patil, in particular, inflicting constant damage on the Bulls' defence. PKL 2023–24: Pawan Sehrawat’s Four-Point Super Raid Steers Telugu Titans to a Thrilling Tie With U Mumba.

The Steelers hit back with an all-out of their own to take a 16-15 lead with eight minutes of the half to go and seemed to be in control. But the topsy-turvy nature of the game meant no lead was ever safe, let alone that of a single point. The Bulls clawed their way back and right on the edge of time, Sushil's SUPER RAID meant the teams went into halftime dead even at 24 apiece.

As it was in the first half, the Bulls flew off the blocks upon the restart and riding on Sushil's raiding quickly took a small lead which they converted into a second all-out to streak ahead 34-29. Unlike the first half though this time they did not let their momentum slip and kept the Steelers at bay going into the final five minutes of the game. PKL 2023-24: Dabang Delhi To Face Patna Pirates; Gujarat Giants Meet Haryana Steelers in Season 10 Eliminators.

Sushil's constant menace gave the Bulls a six-point lead to protect with five minutes of the game left. Some astute matplay meant they kept running the clock down while also shutting the door on Steelers raiders. They followed it up with another all out with a minute to play to go into an unassailable lead which they held all the way to a deserved victory.

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