Bengal Warriors defeated Dabang Delhi in the final of VIVO Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) 2019 to win their maiden PKL title. The match took place at EKA Arena by TransStadia in Ahmedabad. Dabang Delhi was led by Ravinder Pahal, while Bengal this time again played without their star player Maninder Singh. Bengal Warriors defeated Dabang Delhi in the final of PKL Season 7 by 34-39. Meanwhile, let us have a brief overview over match results and how Twitterati lauds Bengal Warriors on their maiden PKL Trophy. Ahead of DEL vs BEN, PKL 2019 Final, Here's Look at How Bengal Warriors Fared in Last 5 Matches in VIVO Pro Kabaddi League Season 7.
It was a nail-biting match and a perfect end to Pro Kabaddi League Season 7. In the first half, the score was 17-17 by both teams where Bengal Warriors came back in the game by an all-out. Delhi had a good start as they began with 7-0 lead. Delhi player Naveen Kumar also achieved 300 raid points in the final game. After the half time, the viewers did not move from their seat as the match was so much tensed with the pendulum swinging in favour of both teams at every other instant. In the final raid, Naven Kumar couldn't do much for his team as it went empty with Delhi falling short of 5 points.
Abhishek Bachchan Congratulates Bengal Warriors in Their Victory
— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) October 19, 2019
Feeling Sad For Naveen Kumar Effort
— Sanjay Yadav (@SanjayY19243280) October 19, 2019
Bengal Warriors Has Reached Its Destination Without Its Captain
A ship without his captain has successfully reached it's destination. Congratulations Bengal warriors you deserve it. 💐
Teamwork leads to victory.@BengalWarriors
— Divu polra (@polra_divu7) October 19, 2019
Bengal Warriors Surprised Everyone
And they continue to surprise one and all. PKL 7 champions, Bengal Warriors, everyone! pic.twitter.com/3YwhH7j0XP
— Debdatta Sengupta (@SrkDiya) October 19, 2019
Bengal Warriors Coach Played a Big Role In Their Victory
Credit where it's due, BC Ramesh is one of the best coaches in the Indian Kabaddi circuit.
First guided the Bengaluru Bulls to the title in season 6, and now has coached the @BengalWarriors to their first-ever @ProKabaddi title. #ProKabaddiFinal #IsseToughKuchNahi pic.twitter.com/ZOYH992K6s
— Prasen Moudgal (@Prasen_m4299) October 19, 2019
Naveen Kumar was awarded the Perfect Raider of the match, while Bengal's Jeeva Kumar bagged Defender of the match title in PKL 2019 final. Dream11 game-changer of the match was given to Mohammad Nabibakhsh. Bengaluru Bulls were the winner of PKL 2018 title and now Bengal Warriors has become the new champion.