Why is the crowd favourite Jang Kun Lee Pro Kabaddi’s loyal warrior?
South Korea, a Kabaddi team having players who are technically sound is a new emerging force in the World Kabaddi. Under the captaincy of Jang Kun Lee, the team recently won Silver at Asian Games 2018. They lost to Iran and settled for Silver but it was their best performance at the Asian Games till now.
Jang Kun Lee is one of the most popular foreign players in India. With his consistent performance, Lee has always been a reliable player of Pro Kabaddi League. His team Bengal Warriors relies on Jang Kun Lee for the do-or-die situation as he scores bonus and hand touches in those situations.
Jang Kun Lee scored 55 raid points from 11 matches in season 1. In season 2 he managed to get 48 raid points in 14 matches. He bettered his performance in Season 3 where he claimed 79 raid points in 15 matches. Lee clinched 61 raid points in season 4 from 11 matches. Due to injury, Lee had to miss some matches in season 5 but he still managed to score 89 raid points in 21 matches.
Apart from the Silver of 2018 Asian Games, South Korean Kabaddi team captain Jang Kun Lee had won Bronze at 2014 Asian Games and 2016 Kabaddi World Cup. Lee will represent Bengal Warriors for the 6th consecutive time. It’s a one of its kind record jointly held by Jang Kun Lee and Rahul Chaudhari of Telugu Titans which makes both of them ‘Loyal Players’.
Jang Kun Lee of Bengal Warriors will start his PKL journey against Tamil Thalaivas on 11th October 2018.
Jang Kun Lee’s Pro Kabaddi League Performance:
Matches Played – 72
Raid Points – 332 Points
Super 10’s – 7
Super Raids – 12