Md Shadloui Chiyaneh, an Iranian Kabaddi player who was born on September 30, 2020, is presently competing in the current season of the PKL 2021 as an all-rounder for Patna Pirates.
He has participated in 8 games for the Pirates in the current season of the major competition, scoring 26 points with a 58 percent tackle strike rate overall.
His not-out % is currently 100, and as he plays in more games and the main event, his statistics are likely to improve.
Let’s examine Md Shadloui Chiyaneh Pro Kabaddi League profile and his performance for the Patna Pirates in the current season of the league in terms of figures.
Regarding his defensive numbers from the main event, he participated in three super tackles and two High 5s, and his average number of successful tackles per game is 3.25.
His overall number of successful tackles thus far is 45, with a success rate of 51%.
Facts worth knowing about Md Shadloui Chiyaneh include: In his inaugural PKL season, Patna Pirates paid Rs 31 Lakhs to get him.
He enjoys working out and is equally adept at offensive and defensive raiding in kabaddi. The thigh block is his preferred signature move.
Personal Information: In the paragraphs that follow, let’s provide some personal details about Iranian Kabaddi player Mohammadreza Shadloui Chiyaneh.
Md. Shadlu Chiyaneh broke two records by scoring 16 tackle points on a night when Patna Pirates lost to Dabang Delhi. In a single game in PKL history, Shadlu scored the most tackle points (16) and dealt the most super tackles (8). Despite the Iranian’s incredible effort, Patna Pirates fell short to Dabang Delhi by three points that night since their raiders just did not show up. Sachin, Patna’s main raider, was unable to participate because of personal obligations.
Shadlu kept Patna in the game alone while playing as a lone wolf on the left side of the mat for the entirety of the match. He made as many as eight spectacular tackles. Ladies and gentlemen, the player with the most tackle points in a single game are now in view.
Shadlu scored 19 points overall, including 16 tackle points and 3 raid points. On the other hand, Dabang Delhi amassed 14 tackle points. Manjeet Chillar of Puneri Paltan and Md Shadloui Chiyaneh’s colleague Neeraj Kumar of the Patna Pirates shared the previous record for a game with 11 tackle points.
Shadlu commented on his performance, “I am aware that it is a good performance, but I am not pleased. Although we wanted to win, we committed a few little errors. In the upcoming game, we shall return.”
Md Shadloui Chiyaneh flipped onto his back while grinning widely as he freed his opponent’s trapped leg. Then, in a single rapid motion, he pulled himself into a vertical handstand, used that momentum to roll back even more, and then landed on his feet. The crowd cheered as Md Shadloui Chiyaneh made his fourth Super Tackle of the game, and viewers of the replays could see how they stood up when the Iranian defender performed an acrobatic celebration.
Shadloui gave a performance that will not soon be forgotten as the Patna Pirates faced the Dabang Delhi in the Pro Kabaddi League at the Gachibowli Stadium. The left corner defender, who is 22 years old, recorded a record 16 tackle points in a single game by locking in eight Super Tackles. He ended the night with 19 points to his credit, and he added a few more through raids.
The teenage defender won the “best defender” award last year, in his first season in the premier league, with 89 tackle points from 86 successful tackles. He started this year more slowly. He has accrued 37 tackle points from 12 games prior to the game versus Delhi. Shadloui, though, quickly climbed to joint-second place in the standings with 53 tackle points following his record-breaking performance.
He made his fourth tackle of the evening in the exact one that caused the handstand, and throughout the game, he had successfully neutralized the threat of Delhi’s ace raider Naveen Kumar. Md Shadloui Chiyaneh, though, has a history of pummeling strong invaders into crumpled heaps on the mat. For twelve years, he has been preparing for this.
Md Shadloui Chiyaneh Star of Kabaddi in a volleyball haven
The Iranian recalled when a friend approached him to discuss a new sport that had been brought to Orumiyeh, in the West Azerbaijan Province of Iran, when he was ten years old and playing football on the street.
Although volleyball is well-known in his city, Orumiyeh had acquired a liking for the game thanks to India.
Md Shadloui Chiyaneh remarked, “I thought the tackles looked good.” I used to wrestle, but the tackling technique was different. There aren’t many restrictions for fighting and tackling, which I found to be appealing. I began to perform.
Md Shadloui Chiyaneh had already begun to wrestle, play football, and play volleyball, but he preferred the tackling style of kabaddi. He did, however, need to persuade his father a little.
Shadloui stated, “My father was a professional football player in the Iran league. He knew sports, and he was a tremendous support for me when it came to sports.
“When I originally told him about kabaddi, he wasn’t particularly interested. It’s too risky, he said. He was fine with it though when he later came to see our practice. I posed a greater threat to them, he realized.
His mother and sisters weren’t allowed to see him play until after he made his PKL debut, mostly out of concern that they wouldn’t like the brutality of the sport.
“Now that they watch it on television, they are unconcerned. They can see that I’m the one tackling, so it’s okay,” he remarked.