Deepak Hooda turns into 4th raider to cross 1000 raid components

Deepak Hooda becomes 4th raider to cross 1000 raid points

Deepak Hooda turns into 4th raider to cross 1000 raid components


Previous Indian Captain and ace all-rounder Deepak Niwas Hooda became the fourth-ever player to cross 1000 raid points in Professional Kabaddi League historical past.

Deepak Hooda crossed this milestone in the recreation against Gujarat Giants these days. He joins the listing of Pardeep Narwal, Maninder Singh and Rahul Chaudhari. Deepak is an all-rounder by trait and he has 94 tackle details to his title together with 1000 raid points.

Pro Kabaddi League season 9 has witnessed Maninder Singh, Rahul Chaudhari and Deepak Hooda cross the 1000 factors milestone. These 3 gamers began their careers together in the first year of PKL and have been regularly undertaking very well for their respective franchises.

Deepak Hooda and his PKL Journey

Belonging to the Rohtak district of Haryana, Deepak Niwas Hooda gained the second-maximum bid in the initial-ever auction of Professional Kabaddi from Telugu Titans. Beginning his job with Telugu Titans, Deepak scored 89 and 96 factors in two seasons for them.

He moved to Puneri Paltan in the third time and represented them for a few seasons and scored heaps of raid points. It was with Puneri Paltan that Deepak founded himself as one of the very best all-rounders of the league.

Pursuing his exploits in the Pro Kabaddi League, Deepak was named captain of the Indian nationwide team.

After Puneri Paltan, Deepak was bought by Jaipur Pink Panthers and he was named captain. Deepak scored 208 raid details in the to start with period of Jaipur but his performances waned away in the later seasons.

In the year 9 auction, Bengal Warriors went for him and purchased him as the assist raider to Maninder Singh.

Identified for his ankle holds and potent running hand contact, Deepak has been a single of the finest players from the begin of the league and he will appear to go on his kind to enable Bengal Warriors to another title.