Fantasy Kabaddi
| On Jul 16, 2019 5:47 PM IST

Pro Kabaddi League 2019: Foreign Stars who can lit up the season


The foreign stars have always lived up to the expectations in Pro Kabaddi League and this season won’t be any different for sure. The enigma, the brute force and the intensity these foreign lads come up with are definitely impelling and they would be eyeing another good show in Pro Kabaddi League 2019.


Jang Kun Lee (Patna Pirates)


After representing Bengal Warriors for the past 5 seasons,  it is time for Korea’s Jang Kun Lee for a proper transformation as he moves into the unit of three-time champions Patna Pirates.

He was in and out form the playing 7 of Bengal Warriors in the last season but still managed 82 total points from 18 matches. He has a career raid strike rate of 45.16 and is the only foreign raider to claim 400+ raid points.


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Meraj Sheykh (Dabang Delhi K.C.)


The king of the ‘Scorpion King’, Meraj Sheykh is definitely someone who can change the course of the game anytime with his unbelievable swiftness, high-flying skills and presence of mind.

A PKL career compelling of 82 matches, Meraj Sheykh has earned accolades by bagging 362 points in total which includes 53 tackle points as well.


Fazel Atrachali (UMumba)


Iran and UMumba’s skipper Fazel Atrachali will be leading UMumba for the second straight season in 2019. In the last edition of Pro Kabaddi League, he was the Green arm-band holder for the majority of the season.

However, the possession of the Green arm-band was eventually taken by UP’s Nitesh Kumar, but his tally of 83 raid points stood tall for UMumba throughout the season. He would be eyeing to breach that 100 tackle points barrier and evolve even more in this season.


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Abozar Mohajermighani (Telugu Titans)


Considered as one of the most prolific defenders in the Telugu Titans set-up, Abozar Mohajermighani has been one of the cornerstones in the last two seasons for the Titans.

He has consistently breached the 50 tackle points barrier from the last two seasons playing for the Titans. A hat-trick of 50+ would be something extraordinary which would be the next mission for Abozar.




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.