SB 10.59.17-19

yāni yodhaiḥ prayuktāni
 śastrāstrāṇi kurūdvaha
haris tāny acchinat tīkṣṇaiḥ
 śarair ekaikaśas trībhiḥ
uhyamānaḥ suparṇena
 pakṣābhyāṁ nighnatā gajān
gurutmatā hanyamānās
 tuṇḍa-pakṣa-nakher gajāḥ
puram evāviśann ārtā
 narako yudhy ayudhyata
Synonyms: 
yāni — those which; yodhaiḥ — by the warriors; prayuktāni — used; śastra — cutting weapons; astrāṇi — and missile weapons; kuru-udvaha — O hero of the Kurus (King Parīkṣit); hariḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; tāni — them; acchinat — cut to pieces; tīkṣṇaiḥ — sharp; śaraiḥ — with arrows; ekaśaḥ — each one; tribhiḥ — with three; uhyamānaḥ — being carried; su-parṇena — by him of the great wings (Garuḍa); pakṣābhyām — with both his wings; nighnatā — who was striking; gajān — the elephants; gurutmatā — by Garuḍa; hanyamānaḥ — being beaten; tuṇḍa — with his beak; pakṣa — wings; nakheḥ — and talons; gajāḥ — the elephants; puram — into the city; eva — indeed; āviśann — going back inside; ārtāḥ — distressed; narakaḥ — Naraka (Bhauma); yudhi — in the battle; ayudhyata — continued fighting.
Translation: 
Lord Hari then struck down all the missiles and weapons the enemy soldiers threw at Him, O hero of the Kurus, destroying each and every one with three sharp arrows. Meanwhile Garuḍa, as he carried the Lord, struck the enemy’s elephants with his wings. Beaten by Garuḍa’s wings, beak and talons, the elephants fled back into the city, leaving Narakāsura alone on the battlefield to oppose Kṛṣṇa.