Bengaluru Bulls Team Squad in Pro Kabaddi League 2019: Bengaluru Bulls are the defending champions of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League and will be one of the contenders for the title going into a new season. The way an inexperienced line-up showed maturity in tough games, the story of Bengaluru Bulls is one of great pride for their fans. They have also been a finalist in 2015 and made it to the semi-finals of the inaugural edition back in 2014. The team has its base at the Kanteerava Indoor Stadium in Bengaluru. We bring you complete schedule timetable of VIVO Pro Kabaddi League 2019 for free download in PDF format. Apart from this scroll down for Rohit Kumar-captained Bengaluru Bulls team squad for Pro Kabaddi League season 7, team profile, list of players retained and bought at the auction. VIVO Pro Kabaddi League 2019: Fazel Atrachali to Jang Kun Lee, 5 International Players to Watch Out For in PKL 7.
Skipper Rohit Kumar and Pawan Sehrawat are the leading raiders in the team and one of the reasons for their success last season. Pawan Sehrawat was involved in 50% of the team’s raid points, a kind of impact any player dreams of. In defence, Mahendra Singh leads the charge who also happens to be the team’s most expensive player at 80 lakhs. The trio was retained by Bengaluru Bulls with a majority of coach Randhir Singh’s plans focussed on them. Ashish Sangwan, Sumit Singh, Ankit and Ajay were also retained by the team as they hope to continue their game pattern. PKL 2019 Time Table: Teams, Date and Match Timings, Venues, Online Stream & TV Telecast Details of VIVO Pro Kabaddi League.
The Bengaluru Bulls open their VIVO Pro Kabaddi League 2019 account with a game against three-time champion Patna Pirates in Hyderabad followed by a clash with Gujrat Fortunegiants. They then travel to Mumbai to take on U Mumba to mark an end to their July fixtures. The team is owned by Kosmik Global Media and the franchisee has done well to retain the core members.
Bengal Warriors Squad 2019
Elite Retained Players: Baldev Singh, Maninder Singh
Retained Young Players: Adarsh, Ravindra Kumawat
New Young Player: Sahil
Players Bought At The Auction: Mohammad Nabibakhsh- Rs.77.75 lakh, K Prapanjan- Rs.55.5 lakh, Jeeva Kumar- Rs.31 lakh, Rinku Narwal- Rs.20 lakh, Sukesh Hegde- Rs.20 lakh, Amit Kumar- Rs.17.5 lakh, Rakesh Narwal- Rs.16.25 lakh, Mohammad Taghi- Rs.15.5 lakh, Amir- Rs.15.5 lakh, AR Avinash- Rs.10 lakh, Vijin Thangadurai- Rs.10 lakh, Bhuvneshwar- Rs.10 lakh, Viraj Vishnu Landge- Rs.10 lakh, Dharmendra Singh- Rs.10 lakh.
While it is difficult to match their last year’s feat, Bengaluru Bulls will certainly be one of the favourites given the kind of players they have and a stable team management.