PKL: Gill shines for team UP Yoddha, clinching a win with ease

With Gill and Pardeep’s great attacking performance, UP Yoddha were able to win against Puneri Paltan in the high scoring game.

UP Yoddha wins against Puneri Paltan by 50-40. The Pro Kabaddi League witnessed a high-scoring game on Monday as Surender Gill bags a win for his team.

Surender Gill scored a total of 21 points and Pardeep Narwal too scored 10 points. Both of the key players scored Super 10s for UP Yoddha in this match.


Aslam Inamdar and Mohit Goyat scored Super 10s for the Pune side but were not able to win as the defensive unit made a lot of errors, conceding some critical points.

The first half of the game paused at a high-scoring and exciting event with only one empty raid in the initial five minutes. The score for the first half was 20-20. Pardeep Narwal was the first player who initiated the three-point Super Raid in this particular game on Monday. This game-changing Super Raid made other attackers think to score points aggressively.

Around 10 minutes, Inamadar and Goyat helped team Pune to clinch the first “All Out” in the game, but UP Yoddha managed to climb up and change the game.

A lot of Super Raids were witnessed from both the ends and Gill’s Super Raid within seven minutes helped team Yoddha to come back in the game after an “All Out” session.

The left corners of both the teams – Vishal for team Pune and Sumit for Yoddha struggled tonight, making errors which led to conceding some important points.

In the second half, Gill seemed to be aggressively scoring points for his team. Gill’s four-point Super Raid helped team Yoddha gain seven points lead which turned the game in their hands. Pradeep Narwal along with Gill attacked and snatched too many points for the UP team.

Pune team’s defence has a major issue to talk about as the defenders seemed to give away points due to errors in their game, which lead Gill to take points without doing much. Despite Inamdar and Goyat scoring points in attack, Pune was unable to win and lost by a great margin of 10 points.