PKL Auction 2021 Live: From Manjeet Chhillar to Hadi Oshtorak, top 5 all-rounders to watch out for in the Pro Kabaddi League player auction – Pro Kabaddi League’s auction for 2021 season is just around the corner and the franchises are building strategies and marking their key players who they will target in Pro Kabaddi League’s auction. All-rounders are the players who give the team much-needed balance. Other than the raiders and defenders, there are many premier all-rounders who will be up for grabs in the PKL auction 2021.
We at Insidesport will take you through the top 5 all-rounders to watch out for in the Pro Kabaddi League player auction.
Statistically the best defender in the history of the Pro Kabaddi League, Manjeet Chhillar 339 tackle points in 109 matches. To make him one of the best all-rounders Manjeet has scored 224 raid points as well. Manjeet was not retained by Tamil Thalivas and will be up for grabs in the auction.
After starting his career as a pure Corner defender, Sandeep Narwal worked on his raiding and became one of the most successful all-rounders in the league’s history. In Season 7, Sandeep became the fourth player to score 300 tackle points in vivo Pro Kabaddi. He has scored 249 points in raiding and 310 points while defending.
Ran Singh is one of the veterans in the Pro Kabaddi having played over 100 games. He has scored 335 points in 120 matches out of which 101 came in raiding while the rest came in defending. Singh first breached the 50 Tackle Points barrier in Season 5 where he scored 52 Tackle Points from 23 matches. His consistency has ensured him a spot as the top ten defenders in the league in terms of Tackle Points.
Kuldeep Singh was a part of the Jaipur Pink Panthers side that won the inaugural season of Pro Kabaddi. After spending another season with the Jaipur outfit, the all-rounder took his talents east and joined the Patna Pirates for Season 3 and 4, winning the title on both editions. A senior defender of the league, Singh has played mentor to a number of younger defenders from his teams over the years. He has 182 points in 66 matches, 59 of which came in raiding.
All-rounder Hadi Oshtorak is no stranger to being a Pro Kabaddi champion. He was a part of the title-winning Patna Pirates team in Seasons 3 and 4. He has even served the Iranian national team well, being part of the 2014 and 2018 Asian Games teams for the country. Hadi Oshtorak was a part of the title-winning Patna Pirates team in Seasons 3 and 4. He was a part of the 2016 World Cup runner-up Iranian kabaddi team. He crossed 100 overall tackle points in Season 7.