Pro Kabaddi League Auction 2018: Full list of raiders, defenders, all-rounders sold on Day 1

Here is the complete list of players sold on Day 1 of the Pro Kabaddi League 2018 auctions including Rahul Chaudhari, Anup Kumar and Deepak Niwas Hooda.

FP Sports May 30, 2018 23:49:17 IST
Pro Kabaddi League Auction 2018: Full list of raiders, defenders, all-rounders sold on Day 1

On the Day 1 of the PKL auctions this year, raider Monu Goyat grabbed the attention in the evening, bought by Haryana Steelers for a sum of Rs 1.51 crore. The auction began with Iran's Fazel Atrachali breaking last season's record by going for Rs 1 crore to U Mumba. The other big gainers were Rahul Chaudhari (Rs 1.29 crore to Telugu Titans), Deepak Niwas Hooda (Rs 1.15 crore to Jaipur Pink Panthers) and Rishank Devadiga (Rs 1.11 crore to UP Yodha)

Former India captain Anup Kumar suffered a fall from grace as he commanded a mere Rs 30 lakh at the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 6 auction on Wednesday.

Anup, who led India to a record third World Cup title in 2016, will represent the Jaipur Pink Panthers this season.

He went for Rs 56.65 lakh last season, while being retained for the fifth consecutive time by the U Mumba franchise. However, he was not retained this season following a run of poor form.

Anup, who made his international debut at the 2010 Asian Games, won the PKL title the same year and retained it in 2014.

Here is the complete list of players sold on Day 1 of the PKL auction:

Players Team Price (Rs)
Fazel Atrachali U Mumba 1 Crore
Jang Kun Lee Bengal Warriors 33 lakh
Abozar Mighani Telugu Titans 76 lakh
Zia ur Rahman Bengal Warriors 33 lakh
Hadi Tajik U Mumba 11 lakh
Dong Ju Hong Bengaluru Bulls 8 lakh
Taedok Eom Patna Pirates 11.4 Lakhs
Abolfazl Maghsodlou U Mumba 21.75 lakh
Khomsan Thongkham Dabangg Delhi 8 lakh
Ran Singh Bengal Warriors 43 lakh
Shrikant Tewathia Bengal Warriors 25 lakh
Kashiling Adake Bengaluru Bulls 32 lakh
Mahender Singh Bengaluru Bulls 40 lakh
Dong Ju Hong Bengaluru Bulls 8 lakh
Gyung Tae Kim Bengaluru Bulls 8 lakh
Pawan Kumar Kadian Dabangg Delhi 20 lakh
Khomsan Thongkham Dabangg Delhi 8 lakh
Naveen Kumar Dabangg Delhi NYP
K Prapanjan Gujarat Fortunegiants 38 lakh
Dong Geon Lee Gujarat Fortunegiants 17.2 lakh
Lalit Chaudhary Gujarat Fortunegiants NYP
Parvesh Bhainswal Gujarat Fortunegiants 35 lakh
Vikram Kandola Gujarat Fortunegiants NYP
Hadi Oshtarak Gujarat Fortunegiants 12 lakh
Anil Gujarat Fortunegiants NYP
Monu Goyat Haryana Steelers 1.51 Crore
Wazir Singh Haryana Steelers 20 lakh
Md. Zakir Hossain Haryana Steelers 8.4 lakh
Arun Kumar HN Haryana Steelers NYP
Surender Nada Haryana Steelers 75 lakh
Patrick Nzau Muvai Haryana Steelers 8 lakh
Anup Kumar Jaipur Pink Panthers 30 lakh
David Mosambayi Jaipur Pink Panthers 10.2 lakh
Lokesh Kaushik Jaipur Pink Panthers NYP
Mohit Chhillar Jaipur Pink Panthers 58 lakh
Sandeep Kumar Dhull Jaipur Pink Panthers 66 lakh
Young Chang Ko Jaipur Pink Panthers 11.4 lakh
Deepak Niwas Hooda Jaipur Pink Panthers 1.5 crore
Deepak Narwal Patna Pirates 57 lakh
Kuldeep Singh Patna Pirates 22 lakh
Taedok Eom Patna Pirates 11.4 lakh
Hyunil Park Patna Pirates 8 lakh
Nitin Tomar Puneri Paltan 1.15 crore
Takamitsu Kono Puneri Paltan 8 lakh
Sanjay Shreshta Puneri Paltan 8 lakh
Amit Kumar Puneri Paltan NYP
Sukesh Hegde Tamil Thalaivas 28 lakh
Rajnish Tamil Thalaivas NYP
Darshan. J Tamil Thalaivas 28 lakh
Jae Min Lee Tamil Thalaivas 8 lakh
Manjeet Chhillar Tamil Thalaivas 20 lakh
Chan Sik Park Tamil Thalaivas 8 lakh
Rahul Chaudhari Telugu Titans 1.29 crore
Kamal Singh Telugu Titans NYP
Ankit Beniwal Telugu Titans NYP
Anand Telugu Titans NYP
Gaurav Kumar U Mumba NYP
Farhad Milagardhan Telugu Titans 21.5 lakh
Ananth Kumar U Mumba NYP
Mohit Baliyan U Mumba NYP
Rishank Devadiga UP Yodha 111 lakh
Shrikant Jadhav UP Yodha 37 lakh
Sulieman Kabir UP Yodha 8 lakh
Azad Singh UP Yodha NYP
Jeeva Kumar UP Yodha 45 lakh
Seong Ryeol Kim UP Yodha 8.2 lakh
Arkam Shaikh UP Yodha NYP

(Note: NYP is New Young Players)

With inputs from IANS

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