PKL: Bengaluru Bulls' Road To Playoffs, Performances And Results

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PKL playoffs for season seven will begin October 14 and go on till October 19. Let us take a look at Bengaluru Bulls' journey to the upcoming playoffs.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bengaluru Bulls have had an eventful PKL 2019 season. They qualified for PKL Season 7 playoffs on October 2, at Tau Devilal Sports Complex, Panchkula. Bengaluru Bulls were the fifth team to qualify. Without a doubt, Pawan Sehrawat has carried the team on his shoulders, steering them towards the PKL playoffs. Haryana Steelers, Dabang Delhi KC, Bengal Warriors, UP Yoddha and U Mumba are the other teams that have qualified.  

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Bengaluru Bulls, captained by Rohit Kumar, have had an almost equal amount of hits and misses this PKL season. Their 36-59 win against Haryana Steelers earned them a spot for this season's PKL playoffs. Pawan scored the record-breaking 39 raid points in a single PKL match. Bulls lost their initial matches against Haryana Steelers and UP Yoddha but gained momentum later in the season. Randhir Singh Sehrawat is the team’s coach. As per current PKL standings, Bengaluru Bulls are ranked sixth with 64 points.

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Pawan with his impressive 295 raid points is their best player. Apart from 39 raid points record, he also has nine super raids and 15 super 10s. He also leads the leaderboard for total points in PKL 2019 with 309 points. Mahender Singh, with 51 tackle points, is their top defender. Bengaluru Bulls have won 11 and lost nine matches this season. The team has one last game on October 11, against UP Yoddha, before the playoffs begin on October 14.

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