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Saturday, July 21, 2018

Asian Games: Monu Goyat on Asian Games Kabaddi

Asian Games: Monu Goyat  Kabaddi Player on Asian Games
Monu goyat on Asian Games Kabaddi
Monu Goyat said the Indian kabaddi  team has the advantages  of having many raiders and their defense in the lineup  also up to the mark to face  strong opposition from the teams likes of Korea, Iran, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Monu Goyat 
Monu goyat also added during PTI during Interaction that “Yes, 100 percent. We want to continue the tradition and our aim is to bag the gold medal. We cannot think anything other than that".Since Monu Goyat is making its debut in the Asian Game and he is very confident to Bag a gold medal in Asian Games which is going to begin in August month In Indonesia , Monu Goyat Further Added in the interaction that "All the teams are good and will give their best. But the Korean and the Iran teams are good. Even the Pakistan and Bangladesh teams are good, these 3-4 teams can pose a competition," said Goyat. Monu Goyat feels Korean and Iran Team are the two teams they are need to prepare for the Asian Cup
Monu Goyat Highest paid in Pro Kabaddi League
Monu Goyat had made his status for himself to attain that great amount Monu Goyat which is the highest bid of Rs 1.51 crore during the last Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) auction season 6. India goes into the continental quadrennial show-piece as favourites and will be looking to clinch their eighth gold medal in the Games to be hosted by Indonesia from 18 August to 2 September. Monu Goyat will be wearing  blue-white jersey of Haryana Steelers this Pro Kabaddi Season 6. Monu Goyat has improved under immense training and polished his nature of raiding under the coaches' he has played.
Kabaddi Master Dubai is Inspiration For Monu Goyat
The Debut title winner of the Kabaddi Master Tournament in Dubai Increased the confidence level in the player and surely this will add further improvement for the Upcoming Asian Cup. He said the Indian team's victory in the Kabaddi Masters in Dubai, where they defeated Iran in the final, is a morale booster ahead of the Games. During the interaction he said the preparation for the Asia Games is going good and team is finding mistakes and working on certain things in the camp which will be begin anytime
"The preparations are good. As we won the Kabaddi Masters tournament in Dubai, it is motivating (ahead of the Games). We will work on certain things in the (preparatory) camp, which is expected to begin anytime now," he said.
Monu Goyat also observed that the Iranians are playing like the Indians."Iranian players stay and practice with Indian players and their preparation is just like our players and hence are giving a competition," he explained. India had faced Final Match again the Iran and Monu Goyat finding Iran Team is the team which they are needed to Prepare for the Upcoming Asian Games. India are not only eager but possess the potential  too to retain the men's kabaddi gold at next month's Asian Games, feels star player Monu Goyat.
Some Interesting Facts About Monu Goyat
Monu did the same playing the game with local boys from Bhiwani. His positioning in Services Board restricted him from playing three initial seasons of PKL.
Goyat had a decent PKL start when Bengal Warriors signed him for 18 lakhs. 59 raid points in 13 matches with an average of 4.54 raid point per match is a good start.But nobody remembers the Goyat playing for Bengal Warriors just like nobody remembers Pardeep Narwal playing for Bengaluru Bulls in their careers.
Monu Goyat proved his Ability the very first match against Telegu Titans scoring eight (six raid plus 2 defense) points with Pardeep's 15 raid points.
Together the left-right raiding unit of Pardeep-Monu brought shivers down the opposition's defense. Whenever Pardeep got tackled, it was Monu Goyat to make the revival along with bringing do or die raid points for the team as well.
A poverty farmer's son from Bhiwani, Haryana grew up observing his uncle; Vijender Singh who had a short-lived career due to a knee injury.
He scored 191 raid points in 26 matches and went on to make Patna three times champion in a row with 7.35 average raid point per match. In fact Monu was the second highest do or die raider with 45 do or die raid points in season 5 next to Deepak Hooda's 47!
Goyat just like a normal raider has his arsenal moves like the running hand touches and escapes.
His signature move is the toe touch which he makes on the left cover often with his opposite leg.
What is special in Goyat is his smart raiding which implies in today's Kabaddi, more wise and sagacious. Goyat's efficiency and hard work didn't go in vain when his team, Services were runners-up in Kabaddi Nationals and champions in the Federation Cup.A matured and leadership engraved Goyat had a bang in his international debut when he got 28 raid points in 40 raids with a Super 10 against Kenya as well.
Now he is worthy enough to be given a title of a lead raider no matter whichever team he plays, many more raid points to come. The only thing we want more from Monu are those cute 'smiles' which he gives less often.
What is significantly all the more astounding given his sticker price is that Goyat, who speaks to the Services Sports Control Board at the national level, did not play the initial three periods of Pro Kabaddi. The Indian military did not enable their players to take part in Pro Kabaddi till season three, and Goyat was drafted without precedent for season four when Bengal Warriors lifted him up.
Goyat, a raider, formed a good partnership with South Korean kabaddi star Jang Kun Lee in his first Pro Kabaddi season, accumulating 59 points from 13 matches, but could not stop his team from finishing last in the league. The season four champions Patna Pirates, however, realised his potential and snapped him up for Rs 44.5 lakh in the fifth season’s auction.

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