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Rupay Prime Volleyball League-3: Hyderabad Black Hawks defeated Mumbai Meteos in a thrilling match

Chennai, 19 February (HS). Hyderabad Black Hawks made an incredible comeback to defeat Mumbai Meteos 7-15, 12-15, 15-10, 15-11 in the eighth match of the third season of RuPay Prime Volleyball League powered by A23 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here on Monday. Defeated by ,20. Ashmatullah was awarded the Player of the Match award for his excellent performance. Udayanidhi Stalin, Honorable Minister of Youth Welfare and Sports Development, Government of Tamil Nadu, was also seen enjoying the match. He also congratulated the players before the start of the match.

Talking about the match, Amit Gulia made an excellent start and with continuous attacks, put Mumbai Meteos ahead in the match. Hyderabad Black Hawks team was dependent on its setter Lal Sujan MV. But the Hawks made some unforced errors early on and that put them in trouble. After this, Shubham Chaudhary zone took control of the match for Meteos with a powerful smash.

Thanks to Hemant's aggressive spikes, Hyderabad Black Hawks made a comeback in the contest. After this, Stefan Kovacevic found his rhythm by continuously attacking the middle and Hyderabad started making a comeback. But the trio of Amit, Ajit Lal and Shubham proved to be very effective and the Mumbai Meteos team once again

Got the rhythm.

Middle blocker Shamim started taking points for Meteos to stop Hyderabad's attack. From here Hemant continued his attack and was once again successful in stopping the momentum of Mumbai Meteos. As the match progressed, the Mumbai team kept making mistakes. With this, Ashmat Ullah started showing his colors for Hyderabad Black Hawks. Thanks to his consistent attacking play from the service line, Ashmat kept Hyderabad Black Hawks alive in the match.

With this the match reached the fifth and deciding set. In this set, the Mumbai team tried to minimize the mistakes, while Hyderabad continued its attack while keeping the match in control. Shubham's aggressive service from the base line once again put Hyderabad in danger, but Mumbai Meteos' risky super point call was of no use and Hyderabad Black Hawks won the thrilling match.