With the day 12, I do not consider it defeat, because apart from Satyaki, Dhrishtadyumna and Bhima were also fighting against Karna. Sure, some Kaurava warriors came to protect him but also Pandava warriors came to protect Satyaki, after that, that was the battle:
Radheya was about to be
submerged in the ocean that Satyaki represented. At this, Duryodhana, Drona and King
Jayadratha rescued him. Dhrishtadyumna, Bhima, Subhadra's son, Arjuna himself, Nakula
and Sahadeva began to protect Satyaki in that battle.
'"Thus the extremely terrible battle between those on your side and that of the enemy
raged It was destructive of all archers. They were prepared to give up their lives. Infantry,
chariots, elephants and horses fought with elephants, horses, chariots and infantry. Chariots
fought with elephants and infantry, chariots fought with infantry and chariots fought with
elephants Horses fought with horses, elephants with elephants and chariots with chariots.
Infantry was seen to be engaged with infantry. Thus did that extremely fierce battle continue
and it caused delight to flesh-eating creatures. Those great warriors were without fear and
this extended Yama's kingdom. Many men, rathas, horses and elephants were killed there by
elephants, rathas, horses and infantry. Elephants were killed by elephants, rathas by armed
rathas, horses by horses and large numbers of infantry by infantry. Elephants were slain by
rathas, giant horses by the best of elephants, men by horses and horses by the supreme of
rathas. Tongues were lolling out. Teeth and eyes were gouged out. Armor and ornaments
Were shattered. Destroyed, they fell down on the ground. There were many others who were
struck down by the best of warriors. They fell down on the ground with fearful visages. They
Were mangled and crushed by the feet of horses and elephants. They were severely hurt and
wounded by the wheels of chariots and hooves. It brought delight to carnivorous beasts, birds
and flesh-eaters. There was a terrible carnage of people there. Those extremely strong ones
they were angry Using the utmost of their energy, they sought to kill each other. When the
strength of both sides was severely diminished, they glanced towards each other, their bodies
drenched with blood. The sun was stationed above the mountain on which it sets. OR
descendant of the Bharata lineage! The armies retreated to their respective camps. "'
It was not known later what happened, most likely the Kaurava warriors (Karna, Drona, Duryodhana and Jayadratha) defeated the Pandava warriors (Satyaki, Bhima, Dhrishtadyumna, Arjuna, Nakula, Sahadeva and Abhimanyu), because many times Sanjaya skip the narrative in some fights, when they are great victories for the Pandavas narrates the whole fight while in a fight where a Pandava warrior achieved a great feat to his enemy, does not finish telling the fight. A clear example is Kritavarma, who on the 14th defeated many Pandava warriors but Sanjaya does not narrate it. He told me that several Pandava warriors attacked him in a group. Sanjaya did not finish telling the fight but none of them crossed the defense of Kritavarma , it is obvious that he defeated all of them.
Day 12: Karna, Jayadratha, Drona and Duryodhana> Arjuna, Bhima, Dhrishtadyumna, Satyaki, Nakuka, Sahadeva and Abhimanyu.
On the 14th, Satyaki simply destroyed his chariot, when Karna got another from Daruka's younger brother, he faced Satyaki but Sanjaya did not finish telling the fight:
"O great king! The best of chariots was also brought for Karna." There were well-trained horses that had a great speed and they were as white as conch shells or milk. "The harnesses were colorful and golden." The sides and standard were made There were many weapons and garments and there was a good charioteer, Ascending this chariot, Karna rushed against the enemy again.
Obviously, enemy refers to Satyaki, since there was no other Pandava warrior who was fighting against Karna. Sanjaya does not narrate again the fight between Karna and Satyaki, but if I narrate how Satyaki defeated Ashwatthama, Kritavarma, Dussasana and thousands of warriors. It is obvious that Karna defeated Satyaki, but Sanjaya does not narrate it again.
Day 14 = Karna> Satyaki (with chariot of Krishna and Daruka as charioteer)
On the 14th, I do not consider her the defeat of Karna and Vrishasena, Sanjaya does not finish her narration:
"On seeing that he was advancing, Radheya pierced him back with ten swift arrows, O great king! While all those brave ones looked on, Satyaki asked him to wait and not run away, and then pierced him with ten arrows. the powerful Satyaki and the great-souled Karna was terrible, like that between Bali and Vasava, with the slapping of his palms, Satyaki, bull among the kshatriyas, frightened all the kshatriyas and pierced the lotus-eyed Karna back. Making the earth tremble with the roar of his bow, the powerful are of a suta fought against Satyaki Karna pierced Shini's descendant back with hundreds of arrows-vipatha, karni, naracha, vatsadanta and kshurapra 190 In that way, Yuyudhana, foremost of rathas among the Vrishni lineage, showered down arrows on Karna The Karna's armored are 191 quickly pierced Satyaki from every direction with sharp ar The Lord Satyaki used his weapons to counter his weapons and those of Karna. I have angrily pierced Vrishasena between the breasts. O Lord of the earth! Pierced by that arrow, the valiant Vrishasena lost his senses. I have discarded his bow and fell down on his chariot. Karna thought that maharatha Vrishasena had been slain. He was tormented by sorrow on account of his son and afflicted Satyaki. Maharatha Yuyudhana was oppressed by Karna. But he repeatedly struck Karna back with many arrows and with force. I have pierced Karna with ten arrows and Vrishasena with seven. Satvata severed the bows and arm-guards of both. They 192 strung other bows that were capable of terrifying the enemy and pierced Yuyudhana from every direction with sharp arrows. That battle raged on and it was destructive of heroes. "
Sanjaya again, does not finish narrating the fight between Karna and Vrishasena vs Satyaki, but if he narrates how Satyaki killed his parshni, he cut his bows and left Vrishasena unconscious? Obviously, Karna and Vrishasena defeated Satyaki.
On that same night, Karna defeated Satyaki along with Dhrishtadyumna, Shikhandi, Yudhamanyu and Uttamaujas:
On seeing that Bhimasena's immensely strong are engaged with Alayudha, the mighty-armed Karna had attacked the Panchalas. He drew his signature bow all the way back and releasing arrows with drooping tufts, pierced Dhrishtadyumna and Shikhandi with ten arrows each. The supreme among rathas used other iron arrows and made Yudhamanyu, Uttamouja and Satyaki tremble. O Lord of Men! Both on the left and on the right, all their bows could be seen, drawn into circles as they fought. There was the twang of bowstrings, the slapping of palms and the clatter of chariot wheels. During the night, these sounds were tumultuous, like that of clouds at the end of the summer. O king! The battle was beautiful, as if between clouds. The twang of bowstrings and the clatter of wheels were the roar. The bows were drawn into circles. The standards were like peaks. The torrent of arrows was like rain. Vaikartana was like a mountain that did not tremble. I had the essence of a large mountain. Or Indra among men! In that battle, the scorcher of a large number of enemies repulsed that hail of arrows and it was wonderful. "
Night 14: Karna and Vrishasena> Satyaki.
Karna> Satyaki, Dhrishtadyumna, Shikhandi, Yudhamanyu and Uttamaujas.
On day 15, I admit that Satyaki defeated Karna along with Drona and Kripa:
Satyaki, for whom truth was his value, roamed around in the paths of the chariots and was within the reach of Drona, Karna and Kripa. On seeing this, the great-souled Vishvaksena 100 and Dhananjaya honored Varshneya 101 and applauded him, since the undecaying one had repulsed the divine weapons of all the warriors. Vishvaksena and Dhananjaya descended on the soldiers. Dhananjaya told Krishna, 'O Keshava! Behold. Satyaki, for whom truth is his value, and who is the extension of the Madhu lineage, is sporting around before the preceptor.
Day 15: Karna, Drona and Kripa
But what about that? Drona defeated Satyaki many other times, literally Drona's first combat as commander were many Pandava warriors including Satyaki and Arjuna, but Drona easily defeated them.
In Karna Parva, Satyaki all he did was run from Karna, Satyaki was faster than Usain Bolt in Karna Parva, in fact I have seen people say that Karna was a coward when fleeing from Gandharvas, Bhima and Abhimanyu, but Satyaki fled more times than Karna in Kurukshetra. Now, with that appointment, it was just like this:
"The bull among the Shini lineage used his sharp arrows to slice down the many arrows that Karna shot. I have struck Karna with sharp and iron arrows and pierced his eldest are 711 with eight arrows. Kripa, Bhoja, 712 your sons and Karna struck him back with sharp arrows. However, the supreme one among the Yadu lineage fought with them, like the guardians of the directions fighting with the lords of the daityas. His bow roared down extremely fierce arrows. Satyaki became invincible, like the midday sun in the autumn sky. Those rathas 713 armored themselves well and again attacked, desiring to protect the foremost one from the Shini lineage. The rathas from Panchala united in that great battle, like large numbers of Marut surrounding Shakra, when he was afflicting the enemy. An extremely terrible encounter commenced between them and those on your side who were engaged in your welfare. It was like an ancient one between gods and asuras and destroyed chariots, horses and elephants. Afflicted by many types of weapons, chariots, elephants, horses and foot soldiers wandered around. They struck each other and wavered. They uttered loud wails of lamentation and fell down, deprived of their lives."
Again, Sanjaya did not finish telling the fight. So he had to finish in the victory of Karna, Kritavarma, Vrishasena and Duryodhana brothers