Pro Kabaddi League 2017, Season 5: Five players to watch out for in PKL 5!

Pro Kabaddi League 5: The sport is now widely popular across Asia. On the 28th of July, the fifth season will get underway

Pro Kabaddi League has gained popularity every season and has only grown. The sport is now widely popular across Asia. On the 28th of July, the fifth season will get underway. Since the league became professional, many players have now come to the limelight and have become household names. Even the money involved in the sport has risen. In this article, we will pick five players who could wreck havoc at PKL 5.

Manjit Chillar: The raider cum defender will be seen as a part of the Jaipur Pink Panther outfit. Chillar is a very clever player and that comes with experience. He is also someone who is great when it comes defending and winning tackle points. Chillar is great when it comes to ankle holds to win points.

Jang Kun Lee: The Korean has been a crowd favourite and a great raider. Lee is someone who is quick and swift in the air. He has many tricks up his sleeve, like the toe-touch. He is also someone who is great at picking up bonus points, which is a useful weapon to have.

Anup Kumar: The captain of the Indian national kabaddi team, is a man with loads of experience. Kumar is a cool head, who knows when to defend and when to go for the offensive. He will be leading U Mumba, which is a team that boasts of big names like Kashiling Adake and Shabeer Bapu.

Rahul Chaudhari: A Telugu Titans raider, he also happens to be the blue-eyed boy of Indian kabaddi. Chaudhari is again a swift raider and will look to take the Titans to the knockout stage, but for that he will need others to fire in unision.

Pardeep Narwal: A super raider in the league of Rahul, Pardeep has a jump as well when he is caught. Pardeep also has the built to scare any defense. He will be a part of the Patna Pirates. Pardeep is also good at picking up bonus points.

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