Bengaluru Bulls

Bengaluru Bulls (BGB) is a Kabaddi team based in Bengaluru that plays in the Pro Kabaddi League. The team were champions in Season 6 and are led by Pawan Sehrawat[1] and coached by Randhir Singh. The team is owned by Kosmik Global Media.[2] Bulls play their home matches at the Kanteerava Indoor Stadium. Bulls are one of the most successful teams in PKL history after winning the trophy for the first time by defeating the Gujarat FortuneGiants in the 2018–19 season.[3] The team was also the runner-up to U Mumba in 2015 and reached the semifinals in the inaugural 2014 season.

Bengaluru Bulls
Bengaluru Bulls logo.jpg
Full nameBengaluru Bulls
Short nameBGB
SportKabaddi
Founded2013
LeaguePKL
Based inBengaluru, India
LocationKarnataka
StadiumKanteerava Indoor Stadium
(capacity: 4,000)
OwnerKosmik Global Media
Head coachRandhir Singh
CaptainRohit Kumar
Championships1 (2018)
Playoff berths4
Websitebengalurubulls.com

Franchise historyEdit

Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) is a professional kabaddi league in India, based on the format of the Indian Premier League T20 cricket tournament.[4] The first edition of the tournament was played in 2014 with eight franchises representing various cities in India.[5] Bengaluru Bulls is a Bangalore based franchise owned by Kosmic Global Media.[6]

Season 1Edit

In the first season of Pro Kabaddi the Bulls started off strong with a 28-47 win over Dabang Delhi. It went on to win two more in a row against the Puneri Paltans and the Bengal Warriors with star players Ajay Thakur and Manjeet Chiller leading the way. The Bulls however slipped up but eventually made the playoffs in third place after winning their last two games against the Telugu Titans and the Jaipur Pink Panthers by one point each. They finished the season with a record of 8 wins, 1 draw, and 7 losses.

In the playoffs against the second-seeded U Mumba, however, the Bulls lost to a brilliant Anup Kumar performance getting knocked out of the tournament and finishing fourth.

Season 2Edit

In the second season, the Bulls retained their core squad of Ajay Thakur and Manjeet Chillar. The Bulls started off the campaign with a 33-25 victory over the Bengal Warriors with Ajay Thakur scoring 11 points. However in their second game they were routed 36-23 by U Mumba. Following the heavy loss the Bulls went on a three game winning streak which was ended by the Jaipur Pink Panthers. The Bulls went the rest of the campaign winning five of their remaining eight games. This included wins against the Telugu Titans, the Puneri Paltans, Dabang Delhi and the Bengal Warriors. Both Manjeet Chillar and Ajay Thakur put up staggering numbers in these games. Manjeet Chillar scored 3 high fives while Ajay Thakur scored a super ten. The Bulls finished third again in the regular season this time with a record of 9 wins and five losses.

In the semifinals the Bulls faced off against southern rivals Telugu Titans who they had beaten twice in regular season. The game was dominated by the Bulls but the Telugu Titans came back to cut the deficit to one in the final minutes. However Manjeet Chillar kept his calm in the final raid for the Bulls and helped them reach their first PKL final where they would face the top seeded team U Mumba.

The Bulls entered the final as underdogs against a U Mumba team which was filled with stars. The game was tightly contested from in the start with the two teams neck and neck. However in the 17th minute, Manjeet Chillar who had already gotten three points in the raid selfishly tried to grab a fourth and was tackled by the U Mumba defence. U Mumba then pulled away taking an eight point lead. However Manjeet Chillar made up for his mistake and guided the Bulls back to tie the game. Unfortunately in the end of the game for the Bulls, two raids from Shabeer Bapu and Anup Kumar helped open up a five point lead for U Mumba and they kept their lead to become the second team to win the championship.

Season 3Edit

After selling the core members of their final run, the Bulls imploded in season 3. Despite winning their first game of the season against Dabang Delhi 35-29, the Bulls managed to only collect one more win from their remaining 13 games in the league, finishing 7th in the league with a meager 14 points. The Bulls' 12 losses included a 21 point drubbing against U Mumba and a 17 point loss against Puneri Paltans. The two games the Bulls won were against the Jaipur Pink Panthers and Dabang Delhi, who were the two worst teams other than them. This has been the Bulls' worst season till date.

Season 4Edit

In the season 4 auction, the Bulls bought in season 3 MVP and champion Rohit Kumar to help out with the attack and also the corner duo of Mohit Chillar and Surendra Nada to help out with defense, hoping to improve on the 2 win season they were just coming off. The Bulls came out of the gates on fire. They lost only 1 of their first 5 games, and were second on the table well on track to make the playoffs. Rohit Kumar was in stellar form racking up important points in the final minutes to help the Bulls win narrowly against Puneri Paltans, the Bengal Warriors and the Telegu Titans. However, just as Rohit Kumars form dipped, the Bulls too stopped performing, and just after a stellar start in their first five games, the Bulls lost six in a row. By the time they picked up their form in consecutive wins against the Puneri Paltans and U Mumba, they were already well out of the playoff race. They lost their last game of the season against Pune, ending up with a record of 5-1-8. They finished the season 6th on the table an improvement from the year before. However, they missed out on the playoffs for the second consecutive year.

Season 5Edit

After the expansion of the league from 8 to 12 teams, the teams were divided into two zones. The Bulls were put into Zone B along with the two time reigning champions Patna Pirates, and also Bengal Warriors, Tamil Thalaivas, Telegu Titans and U.P Yoddha. This made it easier for teams to qualify with the top three from each zone qualifying. Season 5 for the Bulls was almost identical with Season 4. They got out to a flying start on the back of Rohit Kumar, who was now a star raider, and veteran defender Ravinder Pahal. They lost only 2 of their first six games, putting them in a good position to make the playoffs. However, identical to the previous season the Bulls proceeded to lose six in a row, mainly due to the weakness of their corner positions due to the loss of both Mohit Chillar and Surendar Nada. The Bulls also did not help Rohit Kumar in attack, which led to their vulnerability. After finally breaking their losing streak with a 24-20 win over Pune and a 29-29 draw against the Telugu titans, the Bulls again went on a four-game losing streak almost putting them out of contention.

The Bulls recovered their form just in time, winning consecutive matches against the Tamil Thalaivas and Dabang Delhi. With three games remaining the Bulls had to win all three and hope U.P Yoddha picked up only one or less point from their remaining three games, two of which were incidentally against the Bulls. In the Bulls-Yoddha first matchup, the Bulls won 38-32, just allowing U.P to salvage a point. In the second game the Bulls demolished and obliterated U.P, winning 64-24. This game is till date the highest margin of victory ever. The 64 points scored by them is the third highest and the 30 points scored by Rohit Kumar is the third highest number of points scored by any one player in a game. Going into the last game against Patna the Bulls needed to win and hoped U.P Yoddha lost by more than seven points. Neither of them went the Bulls' way. Even though U.P Yoddha lost against Pune they picked up the one point needed by them to guarantee a playoff spot, and the Bulls drew 29-29 to eventual champions Patna, which in turn ensured that they did not make the playoffs for a third straight year. The Bulls finished 4th in zone B with a 8-3-11 record and 37 points. Rohit Kumar who had a stellar season finished second in the total raid points behind league MVP Pardeep Narwal.

Season 6Edit

Bengaluru had a stellar draft night, bringing in veteran raider Kashling Adake and risking 52.8 lakhs to bring Pawan Sehrawat to help Rohit Kumar in attack. They also brought in stellar defender Mahender Singh to help out in defence. Bangalore's draft night acquisitions Pawan Sehrawat and Kashiling Adake had stellar first two games. Pawan Sehrawat scored a whopping 34 points while Kashiling Adake chipped in with 17 in Bangalores consecutive victories against a star-studded Tamil Thalaivas team. Despite losing their next game against Pune, the Bulls proceeded to win four in a row. Pawan Sehrawat failed to score a super ten in only one of these games, which included a 20 point performance in a 42-34 win against the Haryana Steelers.

The four win streak also included a game against the Patna Pirates who were the reigning three time champions. With the game tied 41-41 with 27 seconds to go, the Bengaluru defense tackled Manjeet to get a one-point lead. In the ensuing do-or-die raid for the Bulls in which they needed to get a point, Pawan Sehrawat kept his calm and picked up one point helping the Bulls to a thrilling win. The Bulls dipped in form losing to U Mumba, Bengal Warriors and the Patna Pirates in their next six matches. They played out a thrilling encounter against Zone A leaders Gujarat Fortunegiants on the 17th of November, a game that coincided with Pawan Sehrawats 10th super ten. With the game tied 29-29, Fortunegiants raider Rohit Gulia got a vital bonus point, but on the way back to the line was pushed out by Pawan Sehrawat. The game hence ended 30-30. The Bulls collected convincing wins against Jaipur, the Tamil Thalaivas and the Telugu Titans winning by 13, 14 and 16 points respectively.The deadly Rohit Kumar-Pawan Sehrawat duo in attack and Mahendar Singh and a defender converted Kashling Adake handling the defending, the Bulls collected 17 points from their last five league games, finishing on top of the Zone B standings with a 13-2-7 record, the third best in the division behind the Gujarat Fortunegiants and U Mumba. Hence, the Bulls qualified for the playoffs for the third time in franchise history.

After finishing first in their zone, the Bulls went up against Zone A toppers Gujarat Fortunegiants, with the winner booking a place in the final. Gujarat went into the game as favorites, and they played like favorites in the first half. The Fortunegiants defence which was the best in the league reduced Pawan and Rohit to a meager 6 points, and Kashiling Adake could not help out either. However important moments from defender Mahender Singh and little-used substitute Sumit Singh ensured the Bulls stayed in the hunt. The score was 13-14 at half-time. The Bulls came out better in the second half managing to tie the game at 16-16. However in the next do-or-die raid Pawan Sehrawat got tackled, and the Bulls crumbled to an all-out, and the score was 26-20 to the Fortunegiants. With the Bulls almost out of the match, Pawan Sehrawat made the most important move of the game. He touched a defender, and then did a "dubki" to get two more, thus cutting the lead to only three. On his next raid with only 3 Gujarat Fortunegiants defenders remaining, he caught all of them and hence put the Bulls up by three points at 26-29. The Bulls never looked back from here and won the game 29-41, and booked their ticket to the final for the second time in franchise history.

In the finals, the Bulls played the Fortunegiants again in the rematch of qualifier 1, as the Fortunegiants had defeated the U.P Yoddha to reach the final.The game was neck to neck for the first ten minutes. With the score tied at 7-7, Pawan Sehrawat was tackled by the Gujarat defense. After that the Bulls managed to pick up only 2 points in the rest of the half, as Gujarat brought out a vital all-out upon the Bulls. Pawan Sehrawat was the lone ranger for the Bulls, as captain Rohit Kumar went cold in the most important game of the season. The defense too was very vulnerable. The Bulls entered the break losing by seven points, which was their highest deficit at half time in the whole season. The Bulls came out better in the second half. They reduced Gujarat to only four points in the opening seven minutes of the half, while picking up seven of their own. With the scores at 17-21 and 10:30 remaining in the game, Pawan Sehrawat collected two points, reducing the Fortunegiants to only two players and effectively changing the momentum of the game. With the Bulls trailing by three and the Fortunegiants only having two players, Pawan Sehrawat went into the raid, Gujarat star defender Parvesh Bhainswal attempted an ankle hold, but Pawan's foot slipped out of his grasp, and he escaped.

He also touched the other player, Rohit Gulia on the way back to the line ensuring an all-out and giving Bengaluru a vital 1 point lead. Following the all-out, the Bulls held on to the lead, despite a mistake from Mahendar Singh which cost them one point. Pawan Sehrawat picked up two more raid points to keep the one point lead intact. However, with the Bulls in possession of a one point lead at 25-24, Rohit Gulia got a three point raid for Gujarat giving the Fortunegiants a two point lead. The two teams kept trading point for point till it was 29-28 in favour of Gujarat. A vital thigh hold from Mahendar Singh on Gujarat raider Sachin Tanwal tied the game and helped get Pawan Sehrawat back on the court. From that point onward Pawan never looked back, he picked up 3 points giving the Bulls the lead again. With Gujarat left with only two players on the mat, Pawan easily finished the game off by giving Gujarat an all-out by picking up both defenders, Amit Kharb and Parvesh Bhainswal, which gave the Bulls a 29-37 lead with 1:29 remaining. The Fortunegiants tried to engineer a comeback but the lack of time and a running-hand touch point by Pawan Sehrawat ensured the Bulls won their first PKL title, which was also the first major title for the city Bangalore in the four major sporting leagues. The 22 points scored by Pawan in the 38-33 victory is the highest points total by a player in a finals game.

 
The Bengaluru Bulls lifting the season 6 championship

Current squadEdit

Jersey no. Name Nationality Date of birth Position Height
09 Rohit Kumar (C)   (1990-01-19) 19 January 1990 (age 31) Raider 6ft
- Banty   (2000-11-10) 10 November 2000 (age 20) Raider 5ft 9in
- Lal Mohar Yadav   (1991-02-01) 1 February 1991 (age 30) Raider -
17 Pawan Kumar Sehrawat   (1996-07-09) 9 July 1996 (age 24) Raider 5ft 10in
- Sumit Singh   (1996-06-15) 15 June 1996 (age 24) Raider -
- Vinod Kumar   (1989-01-02) 2 January 1989 (age 32) Raider 5ft 7in
- Mohit Sehrawat   (1998-08-21) 21 August 1998 (age 22) Defender, Right Cover 5ft 11in
- Raju Lal Choudhary   (1988-02-12) 12 February 1988 (age 32) Defender, Right Corner 6ft 1in
- Vijay Kumar   (1994-03-01) 1 March 1994 (age 26) Defender, Right Corner 6ft 2in
- Mahender Singh   (1996-01-10) 10 January 1996 (age 25) Defender, Left Cover 5ft 7in
- Aman   (2000-02-12) 12 February 2000 (age 20) Defender, Left Corner 5ft 9in
- Sandeep   (1998-12-12) 12 December 1998 (age 22) Defender, Left Corner 5ft 9in
- Saurabh Nandal   Defender, Left Corner -
- Ajay   Defender 5ft 9in
- Amit Sheoran   Defender -
- Ankit   Defender -
- Ashish Kumar   (1994-12-28) 28 December 1994 (age 26) All-rounder 5ft 9in
- Sanjay Shrestha   (1984-01-06) 6 January 1984 (age 37) All-rounder 5ft 6in
Source: Pro Kabaddi[7]

SponsorsEdit

Year Season Kit manufacturers Shirt sponsor
2014 I
2015 II Vats Kotak
2016 III
IV Omtex
2017 V ARMR Karbonn Mobiles
2018 VI Shiv-Naresh AbhiPaisa
2019 VII Vats Ashirvad Pipes

Current technical staffEdit

Name Nationality From To
Singh Randhir   India 2014 present
Samarth Chauhan India 2019 present
Ankur Paliwal India 2019 present
Dr Arvind Yadav India 2019 present

SeasonsEdit

Season IEdit

Points tableEdit

Bulls secured fourth place in the first season.[8][9]

Team
Pld W L D SD Pts
Jaipur Pink Panthers (C) 14 10 3 1 100 54
U Mumba (R) 14 8 3 3 59 51
Bengaluru Bulls (4) 14 8 5 1 36 47
Patna Pirates (3) 14 7 5 2 18 45
Telugu Titans 14 6 5 3 26 42
Dabang Delhi KC 14 5 8 1 -27 32
Bengal Warriors 14 4 9 1 -85 24
Puneri Paltan 14 2 12 0 -127 17
Source: https://www.prokabaddi.com/standings

(C) Champion; (R) Runners-up; (3) Third Place; (4) Fourth Place.

  •   Advanced to the Playoff Stage
  • Five (5) points for a win
  • Three (3) points each for a drawn game
  • One (1) point for a loss by 7 points or fewer
  • Top 4 teams qualified for the semifinals

Season IIEdit

Points tableEdit

Bengaluru Bulls finished second in the second season.

Team Pld W L D SD Pts
U Mumba (C) 14 12 2 0 40 60
Telugu Titans (3) 14 8 3 3 85 50
Bengaluru Bulls (R) 14 9 5 0 55 48
Patna Pirates (4) 14 7 6 1 -18 41
Jaipur Pink Panthers 14 6 7 1 43 38
Bengal Warriors 14 4 9 1 -63 27
Dabang Delhi KC 14 4 9 1 -68 27
Puneri Paltan 14 2 11 1 -74 21

Source: ProKabaddi
(C) Champion; (R) Runners-up; (3) Third Place; (4) Fourth Place.

  •   Advanced to the Playoff Stage
  • Five (5) points for a win
  • Three (3) points each for a drawn game
  • One (1) point for a loss by 7 points or fewer

Season IIIEdit

Points tableEdit

Team Pld W L D SD Pts
U Mumba (R) 14 12 2 0 95 60
Patna Pirates (C) 14 10 2 2 104 58
Puneri Paltan (3) 14 7 4 3 92 48
Bengal Warriors (4) 14 9 5 0 26 47
Telugu Titans 14 7 7 0 -10 38
Jaipur Pink Panthers 14 4 8 2 -63 28
Bengaluru Bulls 14 2 12 0 -102 14
Dabang Delhi KC 14 1 12 1 -142 11
Source: ProKabaddi

(C) Champion; (R) Runners-up; (3) Third Place; (4) Fourth Place.

  •   Advanced to the Playoff Stage
  • Five (5) points for a win
  • Three (3) points each for a drawn game
  • One (1) point for a loss by 7 points or fewer

PerformanceEdit

Match Date Opponent Venue Score
2 30 January 2016 Dabang Delhi VIZAG 35–29[10]
8 3 February 2016 Patna Pirates BENGALURU 24–33[11]
10 4 February 2016 Bengal Warriors BENGALURU 24–33[12]
12 5 February 2016 Jaipur Pink Panthers BENGALURU 36–26[13]
14 6 February 2016 Telugu Titans BENGALURU 26–35[14]
20 10 February 2016 U Mumba KOLKATA 28–29[15]
28 14 February 2016 Puneri Paltan PUNE 27–29[16]
31 17 February 2016 Patna Pirates PATNA 32–36[17]
32 18 February 2016 Dabang Delhi PATNA 32–36[18]
36 20 February 2016 Jaipur Pink Panthers JAIPUR 21–30[19]
38 21 February 2016 Telugu Titans JAIPUR 22–40[20]
44 25 February 2016 U Mumba DELHI 18–39[21]
48 25 February 2016 Puneri Paltan DELHI 27–44[22]
53 1 March 2016 Bengal Warriors MUMBAI 22–26[23]

Season IVEdit

Points TableEdit

Team Pld W L D SD Pts
Patna Pirates (C) 14 10 4 0 14 52
Telugu Titans 14 8 4 2 67 50
Jaipur Pink Panthers (R) 14 8 5 1 22 47
Puneri Paltan 14 6 6 2 23 42
U Mumba 14 7 6 1 -18 42
Bengaluru Bulls 14 5 8 1 -55 32
Dabang Delhi KC 14 4 9 1 7 29
Bengal Warriors 14 3 9 2 -60 26

Source:prokabaddi.com[24]

  •   Advanced to the Playoff Stage
  • Five (5) points for a win
  • Three (3) points each for a drawn game
  • One (1) point for a loss by 7 points or fewer

PerformanceEdit

Match Date Opponent Venue Score
3 26 June 2016 Bengal Warriors Mumbai 24–23[25]
10 30 June 2016 Jaipur Pink Panthers Jaipur 28–28[26]
13 2 July 2016 Dabang Delhi Jaipur 24–32[27]
17 4 July 2016 Puneri Paltan Hyderabad 29–27[28]
19 5 July 2016 Telugu Titans Hyderabad 28–30[29]
22 7 July 2016 Patna Pirates Patna 25–31[30]
23 8 July 2016 U Mumba Patna 23–24[31]
29 12 July 2016 Telugu Titans Bengaluru 24–32[32]
31 13 July 2016 Jaipur Pink Panthers Bengaluru 22–24[33]
33 14 July 2016 Patna Pirates Bengaluru 23–38[34]
35 15 July 2016 Dabang Delhi Bengaluru 20–40[35]
42 19 July 2016 Bengal Warriors Kolkata 27–25[36]
49 23 July 2016 U Mumba Mumbai 28–27[37]
55 27 July 2016 Puneri Paltan Delhi 33–36[38]

Season VEdit

Points TableEdit

The teams are divided into two zones with each zone having six teams based on their geographical proximity. Each team will play 15 intra-zonal matches and 7 inter-zonal matches.
Zone A

Team Pld W L D SD Pts
Gujarat Fortune Giants 22 15 4 3 126 87
Puneri Paltan 22 15 7 0 91 80
Haryana Steelers 22 13 5 4 40 79
U Mumba 22 10 12 0 -50 56
Jaipur Pink Panthers 22 8 13 1 -91 51
Dabang Delhi KC 22 5 16 1 -134 29

Zone B

Team Pld W L D SD Pts
Bengal Warriors 22 11 5 6 19 77
Patna Pirates (C) 22 10 7 5 60 71
UP Yoddha 22 8 10 4 2 60
Bengaluru Bulls 22 8 11 3 10 57
Telugu Titans 22 7 12 3 -2 52
Tamil Thalaivas 22 6 14 2 -71 46

Source: ProKabaddi

  •   advanced to Qualifier 1
  •   advanced to Eliminators
  • Five (5) points for a win
  • Three (3) points each for a drawn game
  • One (1) point for a loss by 7 points or fewer

Season VIEdit

The teams are divided into two zones with each zone having six teams based on their geographical proximity. Each team will play 15 intra-zonal matches and 7 inter-zonal matches.
Zone A

Team Pld W L D SD Pts
Gujarat Fortune Giants 22 17 3 2 117 93
U Mumba 22 15 5 2 189 86
Dabang Delhi KC (R) 22 11 9 2 -1 68
Puneri Paltan 22 8 12 2 -45 52
Jaipur Pink Panthers 22 6 13 3 -69 43
Haryana Steelers 22 6 14 2 -91 42

Zone B

Team Pld W L D SD Pts
Bengaluru Bulls (C) 22 13 7 2 104 78
Bengal Warriors 22 12 8 2 2 69
UP Yoddha 22 8 10 4 -45 57
Patna Pirates 22 9 11 2 -36 55
Telugu Titans 22 8 13 1 -55 51
Tamil Thalaivas 22 5 13 4 -70 42

Source: ProKabaddi

  •   advanced to Qualifier 1
  •   advanced to Eliminators
  • Five (5) points for a win
  • Three (3) points each for a drawn game
  • One (1) point for a loss by 7 points or fewer
  • Top three teams from each zone qualify for the playoffs

Season VIIEdit

Team Pld W L D SD Pts
Dabang Delhi KC (R) 22 15 4 3 66 85
Bengal Warriors (C) 22 14 5 3 71 83
UP Yoddha 22 13 7 2 9 74
U Mumba 22 12 8 2 47 72
Haryana Steelers 22 13 8 1 15 71
Bengaluru Bulls 22 11 10 1 16 64
Jaipur Pink Panthers 22 9 11 2 -13 58
Patna Pirates 22 8 13 1 29 51
Gujarat Forunte Giants 22 7 13 2 18 51
Puneri Paltan 22 7 12 3 -72 48
Telugu Titans 22 6 13 3 -67 45
Tamil Thalaivas 22 4 15 3 -119 37

Source: ProKabaddi

  •   advanced to Finals
  •   advanced to Eliminators
  • Five (5) points for a win
  • Three (3) points each for a drawn game
  • One (1) point for a loss by 7 points or fewer
  • Top three teams from each zone qualify for the playoffs

HonoursEdit

  • 4th place:2014
  • 2nd place:2015
  • Champions:2018
  • 4th place (Pro Kabaddi League season season 7)

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