The seventh season of Indian kabaddi fantasy league has started with a bang. The Mumbai team has defeated the Telugu Titans in a thrilling and jaw-dropping clash.
12 teams are clashing each other in the 3-months long trending indoor sport. They have retained and bought players suiting their team need. Fans are playing the fantasy kabaddi games at 11wickets.com to stay connected with the sport and also win cash prizes along with watching the sport on their TV sets.
As the season moves on to a much deeper competition, we have listed the top 5 most expensive players of the Indian fantasy kabaddi. Read on:
Siddharth Sirish Desai – ₹1.45 Crore
Desai became the second-most expensive player in kabaddi games history. He is second to Monu Goyat picked up for Rs 1.51 crore during the sixth season of the league in 2018. Desai was roped in by the Telugu Titans for a whopping Rs 1.45 Crore. He replaced raid machine Rahul Chaudhari who left the side to join Tamil Thalaivas after six years. Desai had become the fastest in the tournament’s history to reach 50 raid points and then equalled the record to 100 raid points last year.
Nitin Tomar – ₹1.20 Crore
One of the most consistent performers in kabaddi league, Tomar struggled last year due to injuries. He was retained by Puneri Paltan for a massive Rs 1.20 crore. Part of the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup winning Indian team, Tomar was the most expensive player in season 5 at Rs 93 lakh, and attracted a Rs 1.15 crore bid last season.
Rahul Chaudhari – ₹94 Lakh
Chaudhari’s dominance in India fantasy kabaddi might have reduced with the emergence of Pardeep Narwal and Pawan Sehrawat, but he remains to be league’s all-time top scorer with 888 points in 101 kabaddi matches. This year he has been signed by the Tamil Thalaivas for Rs 94 lakh and the new season could mark Chaudhari’s revival as he would a formidable attacking line up with his India captain Ajay Thakur and dynamic raider Shabeer Bapu. Not to forget, he will always have Manjeet Chhillar on the mat to guide him.
Monu Goyat – ₹93 Lakh
Monu Goyat had made the headlines in 2018 by fetching a bid of Rs 1.51 crore last year, becoming India’s most valuable non-cricketing sportsperson and the most expensive player in the history of the tournament. However, a disappointing campaign saw him released by Haryana Steelers. The all-rounder was bagged by the UP Yoddha for Rs 93 lakh.
Sandeep Narwal – ₹89 Lakh
“The Beast” of kabaddi game was bought by the U Mumba for Rs 89 lakh against his base price of Rs 30 lakh, forming a dream partnership in the defense with Iranian Fazel Atrachali. The duo set the mat on fire in the very first game of the season, earning four tackle points each.
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