Fantasy Football – 5 Indian Players giving their Best

Though we tend to play online football games now, football is field sport where two teams of 11 players each. They try to manoeuvre the ball into the opposition’s goal using any part of their bodies except for the hands and arms.

Only the goalkeepers of teams can manage footballs with hands. On-field, the team which scores the most goals wins a match. And fantasy football league fans win a football contest by scoring maximum points.

Football is the world’s most popular sport, both in terms of followers and participants. The sport is simple in its principal rules and needs minimal equipment to play, thus leading to its huge popularity as well as the popularity of fantasy football. It is similarly popular in India though India still hasn’t qualified for the football world cup.

In our today’s post, we are mentioning five Indian players who are giving their best to the team. Read them all and play fantasy premier league at 11wickets.com:

Sunil Chhetri

Sunil Chhetri plays for Indian club Bengaluru FC in the Indian Soccer League. In 2002, Chhetri began his professional career at Mohun Bagan. He took a transition and then proceeded to JCT football club where he scored 21 goals in 48 games. In 2010, he was signed by a Major Soccer League named the Kansas City Wizards. Soon, he became the third player from the Asian subcontinent to travel abroad and play for the sport. Soon he was back in India’s I-League where he played for Mohun Bagan and Chirag United before going back overseas where he came from.

He had a big role to make India win the 2007 Nehru Cup, 2009 Nehru Cup, the 2012 Nehru Cup as well as the 2011 SAFF Championship. Chhetri was known as one of India’s best player during the 2008 AFC Challenge Cup in which India won the tournament.

He took India forward in scoring during their momentary campaign at the 2011 AFC Asian Cup with two goals. Chhetri has also been named AIFF Player of the Year four times in 2007, 2011, 2013 and 2014.

Jeje Lalpekhlua

Jeje Lalpekhlua is an Indian professional footballer who plays for Chennaiyin. In 2015, he won the I-league with Mohun Bagan and the Indian Super League with Chennaiyin and was subsequently named the FPAI Football Player of the Year

He won the 2016 AIFF Player of the Year also said that he has learned a lot from the ups and downs in his life since his international debut against Chinese Taipei in 2011.

Sandesh Jhigan

He is a defending player and plays for the Kerala Blasters of the Indian Super League and the India football team. In Intercontinental cup 2018, Jhingan enjoyed a marvellous game against Kenya as well and was presented with the hero of the match award. He was confident enough that Kenyan forwards had no place to breathe and that could happen because of his expert defending skills.

Pronay Halder

On 16 January 2016, Halder made his debut for Mohun Bagan against Salgaocar which Bagan won 4-2. Halder has made total 10 appearances in I-League season and bagged two Man of the Match awards. He was the first choice defensive midfielder in Bagan but due to a knee injury it kept him aside for 2 weeks

On 8 January 2017, Halder played against Churchill Brothers in the first game of the season. He has been a part in AFC Cup for Bagan in most of the group stage matches. He was signed for Mumbai City FC for 2016 ISL season. On 23 July 2017, Halder got picked by FC Goa in ISL Draft for the 2017-18 season

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu

Gurpreet is an Indian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Indian club Bengaluru FC. Sandhu was named the captain of the India national team for the friendly match against Puerto Rico, a match India won 4–1.

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Fantasy Kabaddi – Know the Defender Vishal Bhardwaj

The India fantasy kabaddi has produced many talented kabaddi players during the past five years. These talented fantasy kabaddi players have made it to the top-most level and have made the nation proud.

In our today’s post, will relay a story of a young defender from Himachal Pradesh. He became one of the youngest players to be the captain of a team in the online kabaddi games at 11wickets.com

Let us have a look at the rise to fame of Telugu Titans’ superstar kabaddi games player Vishal Bhardwaj.

The 22-year-old Vishal Bhardwaj was born on January 1st 1997 at a village in Una district of Himachal Pradesh. Unlike his other friends who were passionate about cricket, Vishal developed an interest in the game of Kabaddi at a very young age. He started playing Kabaddi in 8th standard at the age of 12 or 13. Vishal represented his school team in all the Inter-school Kabaddi tournaments. After his brilliant performances at the school level, he entered into his college with the same intensity towards Kabaddi.

Looking at his exceptional capabilities at college-level Kabaddi, Vishal went to Bilaspur for better professional training. He lived in Bilaspur, which is almost 1,600 km away from his hometown in Himachal Pradesh. However, this didn’t affect Vishal’s concentration as he was very confident of making it through the highest level. Vishal performed consistently and selected for the Junior National team in 2016. He represented India in 3 major Junior Kabaddi tournaments and even won gold in one of the championships.

A breakthrough in Indian kabaddi league

In 2016, selectors picked Bhardwaj to Telugu Titans in the kabaddi fantasy game. But he didn’t get much chance and appeared in only two matches. During season 5 in 2017, he performed brilliantly well and was the backbone of Titans’ defence army. Vishal became the third successful defender of the season with 71 points in 22 games and an average of 3.22.

During the 6th season in 2018, he was made the captain of his side at the age of 21. Though the Titans have never won the championship and trophy, they have been decent players under Vishal’s leadership.

Playing style & signature move of Vishal Bhardwaj

Vishal has always been a very calm and composed athlete. His strength, agility and quick decision making has made him one of the star defenders of the league.

Vishal’s signature move has been the ‘Ankle Hold’. Ankle Hold is a move which has been specialised this 22-year-old young defender. Ankle hold is one of the most iconic moves by a defender in the game of Kabaddi. In this, the defender uses his firm grip and tremendous strength to grab the opposition raider by the ankle and pull him back as soon as possible so that he doesn’t touch the mid-line.

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Fantasy Cricket: Greatest Test Cricket Bowlers of All-Time

A warm hello to all the ardent cricket lover and fantasy cricket league gamers of 11wickets.com! The debate about who are the greatest Test bowlers of all time can be endless. That is because greatness does not decide by pure statistics only. The truth is, great bowlers require to exhibit potential dominating over great batting line-ups in all conditions.

They need to put up steady performances over a long time. And have that x-factor that terrifies batsmen every single time he bowls and his potential to increase your online fantasy cricket scoreboard for you.

Hence, there is a pool of players who deserve among the best. One can debate which one is better than the other but very few can claim against their place in greatness. Let’s now look at the greatest Test bowlers of all time and play daily fantasy cricket.

Richard Hadlee

Hadlee is synonymous with New Zealand’s rise as an ambitious cricket nation. Although his early years were fairly unremarkable, his single-handed exploits in taking out solid batting line-ups of top teams helped set up his credentials as a one man-wrecker.

Amazingly, he was dominating over opponents irrespective of being part of a pretty unimpressive bowling line-up. His amazing performance against Australia in consecutive home and away series wins is one such focus on that continues to be etched in all New Zealand fan’s mind.

His 9 for 52 remains to be the best bowling figures on Australian soil. He led that performance by adding six more wickets in the second innings. It’s not a much to suggest that Australia has never been reeled just like Hadlee shook them on home soil.

Additionally, Hadlee made an even less likely win against India in India in the Mumbai Test. Hadlee was the first bowler to go beyond the 400 wickets mark in cricket history. His career average of over 22 is proof of this great fast bowler’s successes.

Muttiah Muralitharan

Muralitharan beat all the odds and emerged as the greatest spin bowler of all time. In an eventful eighteen years cricket career, his story is one of strength. His prominence over opposing batsmen was almost enchanting. The truth is, his exploits were so amazing that a threatened section of the cricket world began tossing questions about the legitimacy of his bowling.

People taunted and harassed him by detractors for being a “chucker.” Yet, nothing broke this amazing bowler’s resolve. His 800 career Test wickets at an average of 22.7 continue to be a record even today.

Glen McGrath

Glen McGrath was simply a medium-fast bowler whose bowling speed clocked around the 135 kph tag. He was the height of discipline. His potential to find a vulnerability in the rival batsman’s mental prowess and then to methodically exploit that drawback with his exact bowling was what he was renowned for. McGrath proved that the most successful bowler is one that has the ability to persistently bowl the right length and line in any state.

McGrath’s approach almost always included bowling just out of the off-stump in the corridor of uncertainness. His cricket career record of 563 wickets at an average of just over 21 is even more amazing when you look that he was just a medium-fast bowler with no other techniques except precision and swing. Glen McGrath’s knack for picking out wickets and harassing batsmen renowned.

Wasim Akram

Akram was an expert of both conventional and reverse swing. All-time greats such as Tendulkar, Laxman, and Gooch are among Akram’s biggest fans and are on record proclaiming him as the toughest bowler they faced. Akram’s average in the sub-continent is better than his entire cricket career average. In a cricket career of over 19 years, Akram has picked up 414 wickets at an average of 23.6.

Besides Waqar Yunus, Akram formed the most deadly opening bowling combos. His ability to make use of the conditions both with the new and old ball made him so unique. To emerge as the best bowler from a nation that has produced greats such as Imran Khan, Shoaib Akhtar and Waqar Yunus speaks volumes of Akram’s adventures with the ball. There is no question about the greatness of this leftie.

Malcolm Marshall

People regarded Marshall to bowl ferociously and his bouncers were unbelievable. As part of the famous West Indies quartet consisting of Andy Roberts, Joel Garner, and Michael Holding, Marshall was the quickest and most effective. He was the only fast bowler who crashed Sunil Gavaskar as well.

His outstanding Test bowling average of 20.94 is the best of anyone who’s taken more than 200 wickets. He could be remembered for any number of performances but what he shines for is his on the whole dominance, over opposing batsmen, that he maintained during his playing career.

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Fantasy Cricket: Most Dominant Cricket Team in History

Online fantasy cricket players tend to find themselves hooked up with the teams or players who play dominantly in the field.

Year 2019 is going to be a busy year for the cricket fans as well as the daily fantasy cricket lovers. Why? The reason is that it being the year of ICC World Cup. The excitement of all the cricket and fantasy cricket lovers will reach at the height.

We know you are taking the preparations from now, planning how to take leave from work and studies to watch the matches and also making plans to create your playing XI at 11wicket.com and play fantasy cricket games in between you work. Today let’s take a look at the dominant teams in the history of cricket. Read on:

England (1910 – 1914)

The English team playing between 1910 and 1914 was one of the best squads to have played the game. This team led frequently by Johnny Douglas and got 14 wins in 21 matches.

Frederick Fane and Shrimp Leveson Gower couldn’t encourage their team as they lost 2-3 in tour to South Africa. With the home team packing up the fourth Test in only 3 days. Johnny Douglas then stood up and accepted responsibility of leading the team. Team composed of players such as Jack Hobbs, Sydney Barnes and Wilfred Rhodes to get back the Ashes in 1911-12.

Australia (1930 – 1952)

Australian team proved their dominancy in the cricket world for a longer period. Sensibly named as ‘Invincibles’, Australian cricket team of 1930s and 1940s won 46 out of the 70 Tests they played. They were defeated in just 12. During these 12 years, they were engaged in 15 Test series in which they come about victorious on 13 times.

Don Bradman was the man of their success, who averaged 103.63 at No. 3. The Australians appeared as an encouraged bunch of talented cricketers who just refused to admit defeat. In fact, the spinners who took 344 wickets and the combination of Keith Miller, Ray Lindwall and Bill Johnston guaranteed that they were well-equipped in every department. During this team’s domination time, the only challengers were England and West Indies.

South Africa (late 1965 – 1970)

South African era began from late 1965 and went till 1970. When Peter van de Merwe overtook the reins from Trevor Goddard soon after a devastating series against England in 1965, there was little hope for renewal. What ensued signalled the start of a new era in South African cricket, prior to their hopes were smashed with the overall talent pool of the country victimized by the government’s apartheid plan.

After being successful at three-match series in England 1-0, South Africa came home to defeat Australia 3-1 in a five-Test encounter. Two years later on, led by the talented Ali Bacher, they handed Bill Lawry’s Australia a resounding 4-0 whitewash. In the 12 matches played during that time, South Africa won 8 and dropped only one match.

After that the fierce duo of Mike Procter and Peter Pollock heightened Bacher’s bowling attack. The batting continued in safe hands – those of Graeme Pollock and Barry Richards. The former being commended by none other than Bradman. Eddie Barlow’s all-rounder features summed up the line-up that influenced cricketing world, although for a very short period.

West Indies (1976 – 1995)

No one, who had ever read the names of Malcolm Marshall, Andy Roberts, Joel Garner and Michael Holding, would question about the talents of the 1980s West Indian side. Batting with no helmets against these merciless pacers who spared no respite from dangerous bouncers was similar to hiking a steep cliff on high heels while death beckoned from below.

Under the captaincy of Clive Lloyd, who collaborated the islanders under a solo West Indies team, the Caribbeans surfaced successful in 36 of the 74 matches with a win-loss ratio of 3.00. That, in turn, served as the research to Sir Vivian Richards’s team that won 40 of the 69 Tests between February 1981 and December 1989 with a staggering win-loss ratio of 5.71.

Australia (1999 – 2008)

How can we forget about the Australian team of the period from 1999 to 2008? The Australian team of 2007-08 continues to be the highest rated team in history, according to the ICC rankings.

It is barely without reason that many regard Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting’s men to be the best ever to rule any of the cricket field in the entire world. This era not only gave birth to legends such as Shane Warne, Ricky Ponting and Glenn McGrath, but also observed the beginning of stylishly ruthless batsmen such as Adam Gilchrist, Damien Martyn and Matthew Hayden who totally changed the conception of playing the game.

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Fantasy Football – Sikkim Sniper of Indian Football

Football – often known as the beautiful game. And this is for a reason. You can play the game almost anywhere with just a football at your feet, even play online fantasy football games.

We have seen kids playing on Indian streets with empty cans, bottles or even rocks. Since, the arrival of online football games in India, more and more football fans prefer participating in the game sitting in their living room.

Once you begin playing fantasy football leagues at 11wickets.com, you need to know about the football players who are the gem of the nation. India’s dream of participating at football world cup depends on the contribution of star Indian players.

Read on about Baichung Bhutia, the star of the Indian football team. And do not forget to include him in your fantasy premier league team next time.

Baichung Bhutia, the Sikkim sniper, as he called throughout his long two-decade career stood out amongst his peers. And he became the legendary footballer of modern India. He is the poster boy of Indian football Team all over the world. Born on December 15, 1976, in Tinkitam, a small village in south Sikkim, Bhutia was a top-class athlete as kid. And along with football also played Badminton and Basketball.

His parents got concerned with his obsession for soccer as he wasn’t paying enough attention to studies. But his Uncle Karma Bhutia kept encouraging him and helped him get a Scholarship at the Tashi Namgyal Academy in Sikkim. He impressed one and all with his abilities there and soon made it into the SAI centre in Gangtok. That was just the beginning, rest is just history.

Career of Baichung Bhutia

Baichung Bhutia started playing as a striker and caught the attention of everybody for the first time at the Subroto Cup 1992 held at Delhi, wherein he was bestowed upon the Best Player award. Bhaskar Ganguly, the former goalkeeper of the Indian Football team was especially impressed by his talent and supported him to move ahead to professional Football. On the field, Bhaichung continued to impress and made rapid strides.

In 1994, he top scorer in the Kolkata first division for East Bengal club with a healthy return of fourteen goals, also won the best player in the league awards. Baichung Bhutia got transferred from East Bengal to the ambitious JCT in 1995. With them he won the first ever National Football League in 1996-97, again winning the Golden Boot as he scored 14 goals in 20 appearances. He created history by becoming the youngest player to have ever scored for India by slotting home the winner against the Uzbeks. He was just 19 at that time.

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Fantasy Football – 5 Best Football Stadiums in India

Gone are the days when Cricket was the only sport in India. Moreover, with the rise of the football league and the increasing fan base for fantasy football games; Indian football is starting to dream for better again.

India has hosted the 2017 U-17 FIFA World and will once be the host for the 2020 U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Hence, if that doesn’t show India’s progress in the fantasy football league, what will?

And for the world tournaments, international games, domestic fantasy premier league and several domestic games; also, India has worked wonders to provide bests possible football grounds.

Here are the five best football stadiums in India. Read on and play fantasy football at 11wickets.com

Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru

Built in 1997, multi-purpose Sree Kanteerava Stadium also has rock climbing walls, a running track, and a volleyball court. The stadium has a capacity of 25,000 people. Sree Kanteerava Stadium has also hosted several Indian football games.

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is the stadium naming after India’s first Prime Minister. Along with football, the multi-purpose stadium also hosts volleyball, basketball, table tennis and Kabaddi. The stadium has capacity of 27,877, but only 19,484 of them opened during domestic league games.

Fatorda Stadium, Goa

Fatorda Stadium, officially known as the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium has been the home of various football teams since 1989. The residents of Goa bring their carnival culture to the stadium every time the stadium hosts a football game. The stadium renovated in 2014 as it became the home of FC Goa. It has the capacity of 25,000 people, which reduces to 18,600 during domestic football games.

JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur

JRD Tata Sports Complex is one of the finest football stadiums of India after its renovation in 2017. The current capacity of the stadium is 25000 people. It also houses a 32-years-old institute, the Tata Football Academy.

Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati

North-East India is the home of Indian football. And teams play their games at the India Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati. Built in 2007, the stadium has a total capacity of 35000 people

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Fantasy Football – 5 Richest Football Players in the World

Football is no doubt one of the wealthiest sports of the world. Around 200 nations play the sport with many people actively taking part in fantasy football leagues.

Being watched by billions around the globe, football is a carnival in itself. Footballers are worshipped like Gods in European and South American nations. The fantasy football fans feel the craze when any big or small football matches around the world.

Thus, it should come as no surprise that footballers are amongst the richest athletes in the world. And not only do they earn millions on the field but also earn as brand endorsements and investments in various businesses.

Here are the 5 richest football players around the globe. Know about them and play fantasy premier league games at 11wickets.com

Cristiano Ronaldo ($450m)

He is the beast on-field and even off the field. Cristiano Ronaldo is the richest footballer in the world at the moment at $450m net worth and growing! Ronaldo earns $30m at Juventus, which is a step down from his time at Real Madrid. But the Portuguese more than makes up for it with his off-field endeavours. Ronaldo has also signed a reported lifetime contract with Nike, worth $1 Billion.

David Beckham ($450m)

The most famous footballer in the United Kingdom, David Beckham was one of the finest midfielders during his playing career. He has played for Manchester United, Real Madrid, PSG, AC Milan, and LA Galaxy during his long football career. Even after his retirement, Beckham has stayed at the top with various investments. His estimated net worth is $450m.

Lionel Messi ($400m)

With 4 champions league titles and countless silverware, it should be no surprise for his fans that Lionel Messi is one of the richest footballers of the world. His estimated net worth is $400 million. The Argentine is also a famous name for brands, being the biggest star of Adidas, Gillette, Gatorade, Pepsi, Huawei, Lays and many more.

Dave Whalen ($220m)

He is not the most famous name in this list. Dave Whalen is a former Blackburn Rovers and Crewe Alexandra player. He was a full back during his playing days. Whelan became the owner of Wigan Athletic FC in 1995. Along with that, the 82-year old is also the owner of JJB Sports and DW Sports Fitness, making him the fourth richest footballer with the estimated net worth of $220m.

Zlatan Ibrahimović ($190m)

The Swedish superstar, who has played for numerous clubs, including Barcelona, PSG, Juventus, Inter Milan, and Manchester United is still going strong at LA Galaxy at the age of 37. With his charisma and carefree attitude, Zlatan has attracted several brands. He is a brand ambassador for Nike, Volvo Cars, Microsoft Xbox, and many more. The striker has also launched his own perfume brand and ‘A-Z Sportswear’. Currently, Zlatan’s estimated net worth is $190m.

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Know Soccer Terms to Play Fantasy Football League

Soccer, football is a beautiful game! It’s estimated that more than 250 million folk play the sport in some way around the world. Communication is a big part of this sport. When you play fantasy football league, you will be introduced to words and phrases linked to the fantasy premier league.

As you play and get into specific situations in the on-field and while playing fantasy football at 11wickets.com, these are some of the first ones you might hear.

CORNER PASS

This is how a footballer would put in place a crossing pass. As they run down the field to score a goal, kick the ball into the corner for their teammate to go after and kick back to them.

CROSSING PASS

This is when footballers kick the ball from the corner or side of the field into the middle to one of the teammates in an effort to score.

GIVE-AND-GO PASS

If a footballer have the ball and want to pass it to his teammate so he can get open before getting the ball back, he would shout out “give and go.”

GOLAZO

This is what a footballer would yell if someone on his team made a really amazing goal. Golazo!

MAKE A RUN

When a teammate throws in or kicks off the ball, a footballer don’t simply stand there and watch. Instead, move around in a figure-eight position to get open, after that run to an open space so they can pass him the ball.

NUTMEG

When the opponent kicks the ball by using the defender’s legs without the defender being able to prevent it.

OPEN SPACE

The area of the field, which no one from either team is using. If a footballer hears this, he goes to that space and owns it.

OVERLAP PASS

If a footballer has the ball and his teammate runs past him from behind and shouts “overlap,” it means he should pass the ball forward so his teammate can take the ball on the run.

SUPPORASS

If a footballer have the ball but the other team is defending close to him, his teammate might shout “support,” suggesting the footballer will need to pass them the ball, head up to get open, and then be prepared for a return pass.

USE THE BODY

If the ball is coming at a footballer, he should get in front of it and use any part of your body (except the hands, obviously) to stop, redirect, or control the football.

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Fantasy Kabaddi – Team Mumbai Unbeatable Records

If you will ask the fantasy kabaddi fans about the best team in the league. They will scream one name. Yes, you have guessed right. It is the Mumbai team! The team might not have played their potential in the last few seasons, but we have to agree that they are one of the best defenses in the league.

The 2nd India kabaddi league season champion, team Mumbai has always been blessed with superstars like Surender Nada, Mohit Chillar and Fazel Atrachali, the present captain of the team.

Hence, it is not a surprise that the Mumbai-based team holds most of the defensive records in the online kabaddi games. Here are seven records of the Mumbai team which are tough to break. Read on and join 11wicket.com to win exciting prizes:

First Team to reach 3 Consecutive Final

U Mumba was the best team in the league for the first few seasons. They finished runner-ups in the first season but quickly made up for that with a title in the second season. And with yet another final in the third season, Mumbai became the first team to reach three consecutive finals. And they did it in the first three seasons itself.

All-Out Records

The Mumbai based franchise has inflicted second most all-outs in the history of the Pro Kabaddi League. U Mumba has 145 all-outs to their name in 107 games while Patna Pirates lead the way with 165 all-outs in 112 games.

Most successful Tackles

Mumbai might have won only one title way back in 2015 but their defense has hardly let them down even after that. In the team’s 107 matches so far, Mumbai has made 1048 successful tackles, most by any team in the history of the Indian Kabaddi league.

Most Tackle Points

It should come as no surprise that a team with most tackles in the Pro Kabaddi League history is also the team with most tackle points in total. U Mumba has won 1134 tackle points so far while Patna Pirates are second with 1112 points.

Least Points Conceded

This is a testimony to what the best defense really is – Least points conceded by a team in six seasons so far. And despite winning the league just once, their defense has been rock solid every season. The Mumbai-based team has conceded just 3169 points in 107 games, least by a team founded in 2014. Patna Pirates, the three-time Champions are second on this list as well with 3237 points in 112 matches.

Best Win %

With the winning percentage of 63.55, U Mumba top the list amongst the teams from 2014. Only Gujarat Fortune Giants, who debuted is 2017, have a better winning percentage than U Mumba, 69.39.

Most Wins in PKL

U Mumba is the team with most wins in the Pro Kabaddi League history – 68! They have won more matches than any other team, even more than three-time champions Patna Pirates, who have won 63 games so far.

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Fantasy Kabaddi – The Indian Kabaddi Star Ajay Thakur

Kabaddi was invented in India and it was the first official player in the 1920s. People then played the game in mud and since then the sport has gradually evolved. From mats to online kabaddi games, the sport has been tremendously popular among Indian masses.

The sport has gained mass popularity with the start of the India fantasy kabaddi league. This is the next big league after our famous cricket T20 league.

Since its beginning, the kabaddi fantasy league has inspired a lot of youngsters to opt to play Kabaddi as a successful career. One of the best players who has done wonders for Indian Kabaddi is Ajay Thakur.

Ajay is one of the finest raiders India has ever seen and has been an asset for every team he has represented in the fantasy kabaddi. With the ongoing fever of Kabaddi, let us have a look at some of the Ajay Thakur records in the League. Read on and join 11wickets.com to play kabaddi games online:

Super 10s

Ajay Thakur has the record of being 3rd most successful raiders scoring Super 10s in the Indian kabaddi league. A Super 10 means gaining 10 raid points in the same match individually as a raider/defender. Ajay’s talent has helped him in doing this on 28 occasions in 6 seasons.

Super raids

A super raid is the raid in which a raider is able to fetch 3 or more points from the opposition in a single raid. Ajay has 21 super raids to his name in the Pro Kabaddi League, which is the fifth most by any raider in this league.

Overall points

Ajay is the 4th most successful athletes in terms of individual points obtained. In total, he has 753 points in his account, out of which 21 have been obtained while tackling. This makes him one of the most lethal Kabaddi players in the league.

Most number of successful raids

Ajay Thakur has been one of those players you would always to have in the team. He has the capability of changing the course of match in just a few seconds. Ajay Thakur has the record of being the 3rd most successful raiders in all the seasons of the kabaddi league. He has 593 successful raids to his name.

Most raid points

Thakur has a unique way of getting raid points. His frog jump and hand touch point style make him deadly for the opponents. And his frog jump has earned him the most number points. He has 732 raid points in 6 seasons to his name.

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