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| On Nov 13, 2018 4:23 PM IST

Some exhilarating moments from Greater Noida Leg of Pro Kabaddi league


The 5th leg of Pro Kabaddi League 2018 took place at Greater Noida which saw numerous competitive fixtures where the home teams UP Yoddha were unable to register a single win and the home leg nightmares of this season definitely hindered their momentum.

We are here with the compilation of some breathtaking moments which galvanized the Greater Noida leg of Pro Kabaddi League.

Rishank Devadiga enters the 500 club


Up’s skipper Rishank Devadiga is going through a lean patch which has definitely hindered his side’s performance as well. In the game against Bengal Warriors, his side needed a desperate win to gain momentum and the skipper rose to the big occasion by claiming his first super 10 of the season.

In the process, he engraved his name into the history books by joining the elite club of 500 raid points and became only the seventh man in the history to do so. His heroics helped his side to draw level against the Warriors which was very needful at that moment.


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Manjeet Chhillar at his outrageous best


One of the most decorated all-rounders in the history of the game Manjeet Chhillar delivered yet another priceless effort in the game against UP Yoddha. After already completing 250 raid points in the history of Pro Kabaddi League, Manjeet went on to produce the season-best effort picking up 8 tackle points. This is by far the highest tackle points in a match this season and the second best for Manjeet who has been a recipient of the best defender award in Season 3.


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Meraj Sheykh’s outlandish frog jump


The Irani skipper Meraj Sheykh his known for his agility, endurance and the precise Scorpion King. After sitting out for two-three games, he made a comeback in the game against Jaipur Pink Panthers and made a mark right from the word go and claimed 9 touch points.

The showcase of his agility was seen in the game against Haryana Steelers where he perfectly timed a frog jump at the age of 30 which took Sachin Shingade completely by surprise as he dodged his to reach the mid-line by perfection.

Akshay Singh

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.