Pro Kabaddi League Season 10 was filled with many breath-taking moments. The kabaddi fans were treated with some top-notch action on the mat and they were thrilled to bits with some records that were broken in the milestone 10th edition. As they say, records are meant to be broken, we saw some outstanding records being overtaken which once looked unachievable.

Relive all the major records that were broken in Pro Kabaddi League Season 10. 



Pardeep Narwal, the leading raid points scorer in Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) history, began the season with an impressive 1568 raid points. In the fourth match of the season for U.P. Yoddhas, the Dubki King surpassed the milestone of 1600 raid points, becoming the first player in the league to achieve this feat during Match 19 of PKL Season 10 against the Bengaluru Bulls. By the end of the season, Pardeep had accumulated 1690 raid points, establishing a remarkable 262-point lead over the second-highest raider.


  • Fastest to 1000 raid points:


Naveen Kumar has been the backbone of Dabang Delhi K.C.’s raiding department since Season 6. Known as the Naveen Express, he consistently scores raid points and is the team's go-to player in high-pressure situations. A game-changer, Naveen made history in PKL Season 10 during Match 40 against the Bengal Warriors, becoming the fastest raider to reach 1000 raid points in the league, achieving this milestone in just 90 matches.


  • Most raid points without unsuccessful raid:


In just his second season in the Pro Kabaddi League, Parteek Dahiya emerged as the top raider for the Gujarat Giants in Season 10, contributing an impressive 130 raid points. He showcased exceptional form throughout the season, significantly boosting the team's performance. In Match 49 against the Bengal Warriors, Parteek was at his best, delivering a stellar performance that left the opposition's defence in disarray. He dominated the game, preventing the Warriors from scoring a single tackle point against him. Parteek amassed an impressive 22 raid points, setting the record for the most raid points in a match without a single unsuccessful raid.


  • Fastest to 250 tackle points: 


Mohammadreza Chiyaneh is a name that needs no introduction. His attacking approach in the defence is what differentiates him in comparison with the rest of the defenders. The left corner has been the most reliable name when it comes to producing tackle points in PKL. With no apparent weaknesses, Chiyaneh effortlessly takes down raiders across the league. He has the highest average tackle points for a defender with 250+ tackle points (4) per game in PKL history. In Match 115 of the landmark 10th edition against Tamil Thalaivas, Chiyaneh became the fastest defender to reach 250 tackle points, achieving this milestone in just 63 matches.



Known as The Sultan, Fazel Atrachali has been a defensive powerhouse capable of changing the course of a game in an instant. Over the years, he has lent his expertise to several teams in the Pro Kabaddi League, earning a reputation as the most experienced defender in the league. Fazel shoulders immense responsibility, fortifying his team's defence and alleviating pressure from his teammates. In PKL Season 10, during Match 53 against Dabang Delhi K.C., Fazel made history by becoming the first defender to achieve 450 tackle points in the league.


  • First Indian defender with 400 tackle points:


The experienced campaigner, Surjeet Singh has consistently been a vital asset to every team he has played for. Known for his frontline defence and leadership qualities, Surjeet demonstrates excellent presence of mind, tailoring his tackles to the specific raiders he faces. Over his eight seasons in the league, he has delivered top-notch performances, significantly contributing to his team's successes. In PKL Season 10, during Match 104 against U Mumba, Surjeet Singh made history by becoming the first Indian defender to reach the milestone of 400 tackle points.


  • Most Super Tackles in a season:


Haryana Steelers’ right corner, Rahul Sethpal, was a standout performer in the 10th edition of the Pro Kabaddi League. Leading the team's defensive efforts throughout the season, he showcased remarkable agility and decisiveness in his tackles, consistently putting raiders on the backfoot. Known for his clear defensive strategy, Rahul was one of the top defenders in executing solo tackles. He made history by recording the most Super Tackles (15) in a single Pro Kabaddi League season.


  • Most points scored in the league stage:


After the PKL Season 10 Player Auction, Puneri Paltan emerged as one of the most promising teams. Filled with young talent ready to rise to the occasion, the Paltan met high expectations during the league stages of Season 10. They maintained total control throughout the campaign, securing the top spot on the points table with only two defeats. Puneri Paltan made history by scoring the most points (96) in the league stage in Pro Kabaddi League history.


  • The most points scored by a team in a PKL match ever:


In PKL Season 10, among the many individual records, Tamil Thalaivas broke a significant team record. In Match 126, Tamil Thalaivas stunned the Bengal Warriors with a massive victory. The young raiding duo of Vishal Chahal and Narender scored 19 and 17 raid points respectively, while Amirhossein Bastami secured a High 5 in defence. Tamil Thalaivas finished the match with 74 points, setting the record for the most points scored by a team in a single game across 10 seasons of the Pro Kabaddi League.


  • Captains to lead the PKL team in 100 matches:


The Pro Kabaddi League witnessed a unique moment when three captains, Fazel Atrachali, Sunil Kumar, and Pardeep Narwal, were featured on the league’s honour board. Fazel Atrachali, renowned for his exceptional captaincy and support for his players, remains one of the most successful captains in the league, despite not yet winning a PKL trophy as a captain. Sunil Kumar led Jaipur Pink Panthers to victory in Season 9, while Pardeep Narwal captained Patna Pirates to a PKL title in Season 5.

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