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PKL 10: Outstanding Debutants of Pro Kabaddi League Season 10

Pro Kabaddi Season 10 came to an exciting end, with Puneri Paltan being crowned as the new champions. While the seasoned players delivered remarkable performances throughout the season, the rookies also stole the limelight. Let's take a closer look at the best debutants who impressed everyone with their exceptional skills.

Shivam Patare (Haryana Steelers)

Haryana Steelers discovered a gem in Shivam Patare, a left raider who made a lasting impression in the league. He secured the 16th position on the Most Raid Points list, scoring 116 points in 23 games. Patare's speed and agility were on full display during the Eliminator match against Gujarat Giants, where he consistently outsmarted the experienced defenders. His performance firmly established him as one of the best debutants of the season.

Nitin Kumar (Bengal Warriors)

Nitin Kumar, the young raider from Bengal Warriors, proved to be a valuable asset for his team. He provided effective support to the experienced Maninder Singh, lightening the load on the star player. In his first season, Nitin scored an impressive 169 raid points in just 20 matches, averaging an outstanding 8.45 points per game. He even achieved 8 Super 10s, showcasing his raiding abilities.

Sudhakar M (Patna Pirates)

Under the guidance of coach Narender Redu, Patna Pirates showed great faith in young talent this season. One such talent who thrived under this trust was Sudhakar M, a young raider who played a crucial role in propelling the team to the semi-finals. In just 19 matches, Sudhakar accumulated 103 raid points, securing the 20th spot on the raiders' leaderboard. He even achieved 3 Super 10s and executed 2 super raids, demonstrating his potential as a raider.

Yogesh Dahiya (Dabang Delhi KC)

Dabang Delhi KC coach Rambir Singh Khokhar's prediction about Yogesh Dahiya, a debutant right corner defender, turned out to be true. Living up to the coach's expectations, Dahiya finished the season as the third-highest scorer on the Most Tackle Points list. He troubled raiders throughout the season, accumulating 74 tackle points in 23 games.


Ankit Jaglan (Patna Pirates)

Patna Pirates entrusted another young talent, Ankit Jaglan, with crucial defensive responsibilities. Initially, there were doubts when Patna acquired him for a significant sum. However, Ankit silenced the critics with his exceptional performance, scoring 66 tackle points in 23 matches and securing the 11th position on the defenders' leaderboard.

Milad Jabbari (Telugu Titans)

Despite the Telugu Titans' struggles this season, Iranian defender Milad Jabbari made a strong impression in his debut Pro Kabaddi season. He proved to be a valuable asset for the team, showcasing his defensive skills with 35 tackle points in 13 matches. Jabbari even achieved 2 High 5s and executed 7 super tackles, demonstrating his ability to dominate opponents.

Parteek Dahiya (Bengaluru Bulls)

Although the Bengaluru Bulls faced challenges this season, they managed to discover a promising left-cover defender in Parteek Dahiya. Playing his first Pro Kabaddi League, Parteek impressed everyone with his skills, earning 27 points in 13 games. Notably, he displayed his talent by achieving 6 tackle points in a single match against the eventual champions, Puneri Paltan. Moreover, Parteek's 4 super tackles throughout the tournament further solidified his potential as a rising defensive star.

The performances of these exceptional debutants are a testament to the ever-evolving talent pool in Pro Kabaddi. As the league continues to grow, we can expect even more young stars to emerge and redefine the sport in the seasons to come.