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Manjeet Chhillar with 391 tackle points in 132 matches holds the record for most tackle points in Pro Kabaddi. 

Manjeet, who topped the tackle points chart for defenders in Season 1 and Season 3, is one of two players alongside Fazel Atrachali to top the tackle points leaderboard twice in separate Pro Kabaddi seasons. Manjeet - a 2014 Asian Games gold medalist - has 25 High 5s to his name, the second-most in PKL after Tamil Thalaivas’ Surjeet Singh. 

In Season 4, Manjeet Chhillar broke the all-time record for most tackle points (11) in a Pro Kabaddi match against Bengaluru Bulls.  

Fazel Atrachali with 368 tackle points in 125 matches is the second most successful defender in Pro Kabaddi. Since Season 3, the Iranian has featured five out of six times in the list of top 10 defenders of the season and is the only defender to cross the 80 tackle points mark twice in succession (Season 6 and 7). 

Sandeep Narwal - a 2016 South Asian Games gold medalist - has 348 tackle points in 149 matches in Pro Kabaddi. The Haryana-born player has 29 Super Tackles to his name in Pro Kabaddi, which is the most by any player in the league. 

Ravinder Pahal is next on the list with 338 tackle points in 120 matches in Pro Kabaddi history. ‘The Hawk’ as Pahal is popularly known is one of the best corner defenders in the league with 23 High 5s. Renowned for his block and double thigh hold, Ravinder Pahal has featured in the top 10 defenders list in five of the first seven Pro Kabaddi seasons. 

Tamil Thalaivas’ captain Surjeet Singh has 331 tackle points in 114 Pro Kabaddi matches. The defender holds the record for most High 5s (29) in Pro Kabaddi. 

Most tackle points in Pro Kabaddi: Know the full list

Player

Matches

Tackle points

Manjeet Chhillar 

132

391

Fazel Atrachali 

125

368

Sandeep Narwal

149

348

Ravinder Pahal

120

338

Surjeet Singh

114

331

Girish Maruti Ernak 

125

308

Nitesh Kumar

91

279

Mohit Chhillar 

109

277

Ran Singh

134

269

Surender Nada

92

267

Author: Kaustubh Potdar

Featured photo: Pro Kabaddi 

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