" On the other hand, Lahore Lions not only maintained the lead but also kept on widening the point difference. Punjab Thunder tried their best to come back in the game but continued to lose points. Lahore Lions played a very impressive match and took the lead to 11 point difference with final score of 33-22 at the end of half time of the match."
New Delhi, Aug 25 - Lahore Lions continued their winning spree, registering their third consecutive win by defeating Punjab Thunder 64-44 in the 12th match of the Wave World Kabaddi League 2014 at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium here Sunday.

While Lahore Lions have won all the three matches in the league, Punjab Thunder have lost two matches and won one match so far in the league.

The first quarter started on a balanced note where both the teams showed effort to maintain a healthy competition. The quarter ended with Lahore Lions leading 16-12.

In the second quarter, both the teams looked fully composed and did quite a few successful raids. Punjab Thunder though were trailing by four points but they started the raid on a very positive manner and started the match by successfully converting the first raid into a point.

On the other hand, Lahore Lions not only maintained the lead but also kept on widening the point difference. Punjab Thunder tried their best to come back in the game but continued to lose points. Lahore Lions played a very impressive match and took the lead to 11 point difference with final score of 33-22 at the end of half time of the match.

The third quarter was very exciting as it seemed a clinical and tactical approach by Lahore Lions would knock out of their opponents and they did so by winning the round 47 - 36 at the end.The final quarter ended with a winning streak for the Lahore Lions with the final score of 64 - 44.


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