PKL 2019: Bengal beat Delhi- List of records scriptedLast updated on Oct 20, 2019, 12:29 am
The highly-thrilling Pro Kabaddi League 2019 has come to an end, as Bengal Warriors became the champions for the first time, beating Dabang Delhi in the final 39-34.
The 2019 edition of the league did produce a number of top moments, including an exciting finale.
And here, we take a look at some of the top records scripted in the season.
Pawan Sehrawat raids 39 points in a tie
Defending champions Bengaluru Bulls were below par with their performance this season.
However, the same cannot be said for their top raider Pawan Sehrawat, who scripted the record of 39 points in a tie, against Haryana Steelers.
In the process, he buzzed past the previous record of 34, by Pardeep Narwal, in season five.
He also has the highest raid points this season (346).
Highest match tally
Puneri Paltan and Telugu Titans script highest PKL match tally
A high-scoring match is always exciting to watch.
On the same note, both Puneri Paltan and Telugu Titans were locked in an interesting encounter, as the former emerged victorious.
However, what was interesting was the margin of win, of 53-50.
It was the highest tally of points in a game, as they broke the previous record of 67-34 when Patna beat Delhi in 2016.
Naveen Kumar breaks records of most consecutive SUPER 10s
Naveen Kumar has been the MVP for Delhi this season.
Besides finishing among the top three raiders of the season, what was unique that he broke the record of the most consecutive Super 10s during a season.
While Naveen has done it on 21 consecutive occasions, he has gone past the previous record of Narwal, who did it on eight consecutive occasions.
Some other records broken during the season
Following are some of the other top records scripted this season:
- Naveen has also become the fastest to score 400 points as a raider.
- Narwal has become the first player in the history to amass 1,000 overall points as a raider.
- Fazel Atrachali became the fastest player to script 300 points as a defender.