Aggressors accumulate the most points for a squad in a Kabaddi game and thus gain more fission than Protectors. For this reason, it is said that 'the attack is the convergence point of the kabaddi'. Check out the top 10 Raiders in the Pro Kabaddi league.
A couple of good attackers can change the entire rhythm of the game at many times due to their superior form and tactics. Now, let's look at the list of the main aggressors in the history of Liga Vivo Pro Kabaddi (PKL).
Top 10 Raiders in the Pro Kabaddi League 2021-22
10. Anup Kumar (527 points)
Former Jaipur Pink Catamount attacker Anup Kumar accumulated 527 raid points in his 91-game PKL career. Anup is known as 'Captain Cool' due to his quick and smart strategies on the court. Kumar was also the noblest arranger in the opening season of Pro Kabaddi, where he accumulated 155 raid points for his platoon.
9. Kashiling Adake (561 points)
With 561 points, Adake is also the third most successful aggressor in the Bengaluru-based vote. He was the top attacker of Pro Kabaddi Season 2 with 114 points and played for Dabang DelhiK.C. and U Mumba in previous seasons as well.
8. Rishank Devadiga (624 points)
At number eight is UP Yoddha's ace aggressor Rishank Devadiga with 624 points. Devadiga's most emotional performance came during his match against the Jaipur Pink Cougars in season 5. This was also his first match as a UP Yoddha patron and he scored 28 spotlights for his side.
7. Rohit Kumar (670 points)
Another Bengaluru Bulls player appears on this list and this time, it is their commander Rohit Kumar. Kumar, who ranks 7th on the list of the most extreme foci of attack in PKL, made his debut as a Pro Kabaddi with Patna Rovers in 2016. After playing a season with them, Rohit moved to Bengaluru.
6. Pawan Kumar Sehrawat (682 points)
Bengaluru Bulls star aggressor Pawan Kumar Sehrawat has 682 raid points to his name in 80 PKL games. Sehrawat also holds the record for scoring the most approaches (39) in a solo match. He emerged as the number one assailant in both seasons of Vivo PKL.
5. Maninder Singh (731 points)
Current Bengal Soldiers boss Maninder Singh is the fifth player to reach the roundup of the most extreme foci of attack in Pro Kabaddi. Maninder scored 731 points in 79 games in one of the classiest pairs in this league. He made his debut in this league's opening season.
4. Ajay Thakur (790 points)
With 790 foci of attack in 115 games, Ajay Thakur is Pro Kabaddi's fourth-best-positioned attacker. Thakur is also the current captain of Tamil Thalaivas, but has not had major success in this part.
3. Deepak Niwas Hooda (856 points)
Jaipur Pink Cougars ace commander and aggressor Deepak Niwas Hooda is Pro Kabaddi's third most successful aggressor as of now. Hooda has 856 raid points in 123 games. He is also the only one of all rounds to make this list of top PKL attackers.
2. Rahul Chaudhari (955 points)
At a whopping 955 raid points, Rahul Chaudhari of Tamil Thalaivas is in the alternate spot on this list of top attackers in Pro Kabaddi. Chaudhari has played 122 PKL games to date and is also the substitute player to score beyond 1000 full spots in the association. He was a part of Telugu Elephants until the last season before moving to Thalaivas.
1. Pardeep Narwal (1160 points)
Pardeep Narwal of Patna Rovers is the most successful aggressor in Pro Kabaddi history. Pardeep has played 107 PKL matches so far in which he hit the 1,160 raid point mark, which is further than anyone else in this event. His unthinkable prowess skills make him one of the stylish players in this league.