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| On Jul 9, 2018 6:36 PM IST

Top 5 International Players In Pro Kabaddi League Season VI


The auction for the Pro Kabaddi League Season VI saw some of the best international players sold to big teams. We have already covered the list of the Indian players, so here is another for International players, and the price at which they were bought by their respective franchises.

Top 5 International Players in Pro Kabaddi League Season VI:


1. Fazel Attrachali


The Iranian captain became the most expensive international player in the Pro Kabaddi League. He also has once won the Best Defender of the Season award.

Photo Courtesy: The Indian Express

This will be the second stint for the 26-year-old with U Mumba and he will be charged up, even more, to show how far along he has come in his pursuit of being the best in the sport.


Previous Team: Gujrat Fortune Giants

Current Team: U-Mumba

Price: INR 1 Crore


2. Abozar Mohajermighani


The most expensive international player last season has been again been picked up for a high price. The Iranian has was one of the best performing players in the tournament last season, and has always improved as the campaign of his team wore on.

Photo Courtesy: The Indian Express

A defender, he plays with his heart on the sleeve and doesn’t give a single quarter to the opposition. Expect him to use all of his experience and showcase his abilities with more freedom this time out.


Previous Team: Gujrat Fortune Giants

Current Team: Telegu Titans

Price: INR 76 Lakhs


3. Jang Kun Lee


The South Korean raider has shown he has the world-class ability, and his innocent looks don’t tell the story of his fierce competitor side.

Photo Courtesy: ProKabaddi

Even though the sport is hardly followed by anyone in his native country, Lee has still shown what willpower and determination can produce.

He himself has admitted that he is more famous in Indian than in South Korea. A ferocious raider, he once again has the stage to showcase his talent.


Retained by: Bengal Warriors

Price: INR 33 Lakhs


4. Ziaur Rahman


Member of the Bangladesh Army, Ziaur Rahman performed exceptionally in season five for Puneri Paltan.

Photo Courtesy: The Indian Express

Defender by nature, the man had a 100 % Not Out percentage in the recently concluded Kabaddi Masters Dubai 2018.

Even though Bangladesh and the people of the country focus mostly on cricket and football when it comes to sports, Rahman believes that Kabaddi is one of the rising sports in the nation.


Previous Team: Puneri Paltan

Current Team: Bengal Warriors

Price: INR  33.25 Lakhs


5. Farhad Rahimi Milaghardan


Iranian defender Farhad is one of the most experienced players from his country.

Photo Courtesy: The Hindu

In fact, he is an all-rounder by nature but he has lately been used as a defender for the franchise he plays for.

He too had a good tournament at Dubai Masters 2018, and the faith the management has shown in him to retain his services will only boost his confidence for the upcoming season.


Retained by: Telugu Titans

Price: INR 21.50 Lakhs