Bengaluru Bulls coach Randhir Sehrawat was fully disillusioned with the referee’s determination to award eight factors to Bengal Warriors throughout match quantity 67 of Professional Kabaddi 2022.
The Bulls continued to dominate the Warriors and took a six-point lead by the twenty ninth minute. Mohammad Nabibakhsh then went to raid for the Kolkata-based franchise and entered the foyer with none battle. Six defenders from Bengaluru adopted him until the foyer.
Because of this, the umpires awarded one level and eight factors to the Bulls because the Warriors had been all out. This raid resulted in a 39-40 loss for the Bulls. Talking to the media after the match, Bulls coach Randhir Sehrawat expressed his displeasure and stated:
“In my view, the rule is incorrect. He is going for a suicide, and also you’re giving him 8 factors. He went for a suicide. What is the fault of my gamers? It’s very incorrect. It was one-sided match, however due to that rule, the end result did not go our manner.”
Had we received just one extra second, we’d have gained the match: Randhir Sehrawat, coach of Bengaluru Bulls
Randhir Sehrawat stated that though luck didn’t favor his staff, his gamers carried out brilliantly. He believed that if the Bulls had yet another second, they’d have reversed the deficit and gained the match. Sehrawat concluded:
“It wasn’t our day. Nonetheless, our gamers did very well. If we had solely received yet another second, we’d have gained the match. Not even 2, simply 1 second.”
Bengaluru Bulls will likely be in motion towards Gujarat Giants of their rematch of the ultimate of the sixth version on Sunday. When these two groups confronted one another within the first half of the season, Bulls emerged victorious with the expertise of Pawan Sehrawat. It is going to be attention-grabbing to see who comes out on prime within the reverse fixtures.