As only three days are left for the biggest Kabaddi tournament in India, Pro Kabaddi League 2019, all the 12 teams have prepped up to take on each other. In the seventh edition of the grand tournament, all eyes will be glued on game-changing all-rounders of the teams. The top-notch all-rounder players are looking forward to set the stage on fire this year with their vicious attacks as well as smart defence.
Here’s see the top five all-rounders to watch put for in Pro Kabaddi League season 7:
Deepak Niwas Hooda (Jaipur Pink Panthers): One of the best all-rounder players in Jaipur Pink Panthers, Deepak Niwas Hooda remained consistent in his performance right from the beginning of Pro Kabaddi League. The 25-year-old young player has the capacity to turn the tables for his in toughest situations. He has notched total 710 raid points and 75 tackle points in his kabaddi career so far. The Andhra Pradesh-born star proved a storm many times for opposition teams and backed his team very often with the remarkable defence.
Meraj Sheykh (Dabang Delhi K.C): The 31-year-old experienced all-rounder from Iran won everybody’s heart with his unique attacking and defensive techniques in Vivo Pro Kabaddi League. With that, he became the first-ever foreign captain in the tournament. Coming from the wrestling background, Sheykh shocked many strong opponents in Kabaddi with his deadly Scorpion Kicks. He scored total 309 raid points and 53 tackle points in his kabaddi career so far.
Sandeep Narwal (U Mumba): The explosive all-rounder player of U Mumba, Sandeep Narwal is popularly known for his game-changing techniques in Pro Kabaddi League 2019. He has the capacity to led his side to the victory singlehandedly and change the course of action at any point of the game. The talented player has bagged as many as 229 raid points and 254 tackle points in his Kabaddi career so far. Sandeep’s absolute classic defence in the game made him the record holder of most tackle points in fixture of Kabaddi league.
Ran Singh (Tamil Thalaivas): The powerful all-rounder player, Ran Singh who has already played for Jaipur Pink Panthers and Bengal Warriors, is now looking for a great start of Season 7 with Tamil Thalivas. Hailing from Punjab, Singh has gained quite good experience in Vivo Pro Kabaddi League after working with many franchises in past editions. The attacking player has scored total 90 raid points and 199 tackle points so far in his Kabaddi career.
Mohammad Nabibakhsh (Bengal Warriors): Another Iranian superstar Mohammad Nabibakhsh is going to make Pro Kabaddi League debut this year with the team strong team of Bengal Warriors. The talented defender who is specialized in ‘Blocks and Thigh Holds’ will hope for the mind-blasting edition this year and is looking very-much confident about his performance in the seventh season of PKL 2019.