List of Haryana Steelers Team Players 2018 – Pro Kabaddi League (PKL)

Haryana Steelers is Sonipat based Kabaddi team which is also known as Kabaddi Ka Gharana. JSW sports is an owner of Haryana Steelers team and the Captain of the team is Surender Nada, Haryana Steelers team players will be coached by Ranbir Singh Khokhar.

In the PKL Auction 2018, the owner has bought the players and team is ready to perform in new season of PKL. Here we are providing a list of auctioned player of Haryana Steelers Team for Pro Kabaddi League 2018. So, get ready to know Auction price of HAR’s Dhakad Boys.

Haryana Steelers Team Players 2018 – Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) List

1. Monu Goyat

Monu Goyat

Monu Goyat is one of the most expensive player who ready to perform in Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2018. According to source, he auctioned in 93 lakh INR by GMR Goup. Monu plays as Raider position who has played total 39 Matches till now in which he scored 265 total points (250 raid Points, 15 Tackle Points).

Monu Goyat: Auction Price 93 Lakh

2. Surender Nada

Surender Nada

Surender Nada is a professional Kabaddi player who is a part of Haryana Steelers Kabaddi team, auctioned in Rs. 75 Lakh by JSW group. He plays as Defender, Left Corner position and played total 70 Matches in which who scored 239 total points (218 Tackle Point, 21 raid Points).

Surender Nada: Indian Kabaddi Player

3. Vikash Khandola

Vikash Khandola

Vikash Khandola is a professional Kabaddi player who plays as Defender, Right Corner position. Accordingly official website of PKL, Vikash has played 19 total matches in which he scored total 26 points. Vikash ready to represent Haryana Steelers in PKL-6 whose Auction price is 47 lakh rupees.

Vikash Khandola: Indian Kabaddi Player

4. Wazir Singh

Wazir Singh

Wazir Singh is experienced Kabaddi Player who born on 3 September 1988. He popularly known as a Raider whose total raids are 608. He has played total 45 Matches and earned 298 total points in which 276 Raid Points and 22 Tackle points. Wazir Singh auctioned in PKL 6 in Rs. 20 lakh.

Wazir Singh: Indian Kabaddi Player

5. Sachin Shingade

Sachin Shingade

Sachin Shingade is experienced Kabaddi Player who was born on 2 February 1988. He popularly known as a defender playing at Left cover position. According to official website, he has played total 56 Matches and earned 94 total points in which 94 Tackle Points. Sachin Shingade auctioned in Rs. 20 Lakh for PKL 6.

Sachin Shingade: Indian Kabaddi Player

6. Patrick Nzau Muvai

Patrick Nzau Muvai

Patrick Nzau Muvai is profession Kabaddi player who is ready to represent Haryana Steelers in PKL 2018. According to source, he was born in Kenya on 5 November 1993, plays as Raider position at 22th Jersey number. Patrick Nzau Muvai auctioned in Rs. 8 Lakh by Haryana Steelers.

Patrick Nzau Muvai: Kenya Kabaddi Player

7. Prateek

Prateek

Prateek is a professional Kabaddi player who is ready to represent Haryana Steelers in PKL Season 6. According to find information, Prateek auctioned in Rs. 5 Lakh by owner of Haryana Steeler team.

Prateek: Indian Kabaddi Player

8. Amit Singh

Amit Singh

Amit Singh is new comer kabaddi player for Haryana Steelers who auctioned in Rs. 5 Lakh. Amit singh plays as Defender, Right Corner position. According to source, he best known as Defender who has more experience about Kabaddi.

Amit Singh: Indian Kabaddi Player

9. Bhuvneshwar Gaur

Bhuvneshwar Gaur

Bhuvneshwar Gaur is a professional Kabaddi player who is a part of Haryana Stealer and ready to represent HAR team in Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2018. Bhuvneshwar auctioned in PKL 2018 at Rs. 5 Lakh.

Bhuvneshwar Gaur: Indian Kabaddi Player

10. Anand Surendra Tomar

Anand Surendra Tomar

Anand Tomar is a professional Kabaddi player who is a part of Haryana Stealer now and ready to represent his team in Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2018. Bhuvneshwar auctioned in PKL 2018 at Rs. 5 Lakh.

Anand Surendra Tomar: Indian Kabaddi Player

11. Vikas Kandola

Vikas Kandola

is most valuble player

Vikas Kandola: Indian Kabaddi Player

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