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Highest Scores Ever in a Pro Kabaddi

Jishnu Brahmaputra
February 21, 2022, 12:56
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Highest Scores Ever in a Pro Kabaddi

In this game of strength and strategy, points are what matter the most. Teams can achieve victory or taste failure by the difference of a single point. Raiders bring in more points, and this is a massive reason as to why most fan-favourite players are raiders. Generally, the higher the number of total points in a game, the more exciting it is to watch and also generates more money for the organizers — with the exception of matches where the score difference is extremely narrow.

Teams persevere and work incredibly hard to rack up as many points as possible in order to guarantee victory, and perhaps even gain a bit more popularity among viewers. Today we’ll take a look at some of the highest totals ever racked up by teams in PKL history.

Season 5 Patna Pirates 69-30 Haryana Steelers

Scoring the highest tally in the history of Pro Kabaddi League, Patna Pirates made history and engraved their legacy into the record books. This particular match was a one-sided thumping that is cherished by many a Patna fan. Bringing in the most points, Pardeep Narwal absolutely demolished the competition. His world-class skills in raiding has consistently put him into the ranks of elites. With three super raids in one match, Patna Pirates blew away the competition as well as our minds. It was an example of the kind of play that made them three-time champions.

Season 7 Patna Pirates 69-41 Bengal Warriors

Appearing yet another time, Patna pirates leveled their record again in Season 7. It’s one thing for a team to make a record, and another for them to pull it off a second time. Bengal Warriors were able to put up a better fight than Haryana Steelers, but Patna still emerged as the victor by a massive margin. Without surprise, the top scorer of this match was Pardeep Narwal as well. He carried his team to victory while displaying a ferocious performance. Patna Pirates achieved two super raids in this memorable match as well.

Season 3 Dabang Delhi K.C. 34-67 Patna Pirates

Bearing the title of the all three highest scores in the history of the PKL, Patna Pirates seem to have a high-score record for each of their PKL trophies. Their performance and sportsmanship never fails to awe us. Dabang Delhi K.C. tried to cross swords with Patna only to be absolutely dismantled. The top scorer for this particular match was Rohit Kumar, scoring 16 points. Even though no super raids were accomplished, this match still managed to be highly exciting and memorable.

Season 5 Bengaluru Bulls 64-24 U.P. Yoddha

The next victor in the list is Bengaluru Bulls, scoring a ridiculous 64 points. In contrast, the opposition couldn’t put up anything of a fight, losing by a whopping 40 points — one of the highest margins ever seen in the PKL. Rohit Kumar racked up a score of 32, which was the highest in the match. The Bulls were also able to successfully execute a super raid in the match.

Season 8 Dabang Delhi K.C. 22-61 Bengaluru Bulls

Making a second appearance in our list, the Bulls have shown that they also have a skillful, dexterous, and tactical attack. They absolutely demolished the opposition, restricting them to a measly 22 points. Pawan Kumar, a well-known name in Pro Kabaddi League, scored a total of 27 points, topping the charts for the match. A super raid was also achieved by the Bengaluru Bulls, which further increased the point gap.

Season 7 Puneri Paltan 40-60 Dabang Delhi K.C.

Up next comes Dabang Delhi K.C. with 60 points against Puneri Paltan. Though the opposition tried their best to overcome their deficit — amassing an impressive 40 points — they just could not match the might of the Paltan. After all, surpassing 60 points is no easy feat. Naveen Kumar stood at the summit, standing tall among the other players with a total of 19 points. There were no super raids or super tackles, but it was still an extremely entertaining match to watch.

Season 1 Telugu Titans 60-24 Puneri Paltan

The inaugural season of the Pro Kabaddi League saw this particular match go down in the record books due to the Titans’ massive 60-point haul. The Telugu squad absolutely demolished the Paltans in this heavily one-sided match. The men at the peak were none other than Deepak Niwas Hooda and Rahul Chaudhari, who helped create a record that would last until Season 3. This match is still memorable even after 7 full seasons have passed, which makes it an immutable part of history.

Season 7 Haryana Steelers 36-59 Bengaluru Bulls

The well-known Bengaluru Bulls make yet another appearance on this list. With 59 points, they fall just short of the highly coveted 60-point landmark. Haryana steelers put up quite a fight as well, racking up 36 points. However, they still fell way short. Bengaluru Bulls emerged as the winners in this match, where Pawan Kumar single-handedly racked up a whopping 39 points. He carried the entire weight of his team on his shoulders.

Season 5 Finale Gujarat Giants 38-55 Patna Pirates

The highest total ever accumulated in a final of the PKL occurred during its fifth season. Patna Pirates destroyed their opposition, attaining victory and emerging as champions for the third consecutive time. Gujarat fought well, but just couldn’t beat the talent on the other side. Patna Pirates accomplished an unbelievable 3 Super raids, and Gujarat had 1. As expected, the man at the top was none other than Pardeep Narwal with a total of 19 points. This was one of the most one-sided finals in the history of the Pro Kabaddi League, but it was definitely entertaining for Patna fans.

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