We all know that two knights versus the lone king is a theoretical draw. Two knights cannot checkmate opponent's king. However if you give your opponent a pawn i.e two knights versus king+pawn, things are much different.
Mating possibilities arise because instead of stalemate the side with just the king has to push his pawn.

A similar scenario took place at the 9th round of the Goa GM International 2018 in group B on the fifth board. Pankaj Sharma (1947) was playing against Anwar NK (1764). It was a game from which you can learn a lot...
The live video of this game was captured by Sagar Shah and Amruta Mokal and the video interlaced with commentary will help you to understand the intricacies of this complex endgame.

What is the Troitsky's line, when does the side with two knights win, when does the side with the pawn and king draw the game. You will learn all the secrets through this video. Also you get to see some very nice scenes at the end when the spectators and friends take part in the analysis and show some lines which are interesting but incorrect! :)

Commentator: Sagar Shah
Video shooting: Sagar Shah and Amruta Mokal