Monu Goyat


Monu Goyat



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Pro Kabaddi league 

Current team  

Telugu Titans 



Monu Goyat Personal Information

Full Name Monu Goyat
Nick Name Monu
Age  28 Years 
Date of Birth  16 October 1994  
Place of Birth  Hissar, Haryana 
Country  India 
Profession Kabaddi Player 
Education Graduated
Occupation  Indian Army  
Weight70 Kg
Height 5’7 Ft

Teams He Played For

Season 4Bengaluru Bulls  
Season 5Patna Pirates  
Season 6Haryana Steelers 
Season 7UP Yoddha  
Season 8Patna Pirates  
Season 9 Telegu Titans  
Matches Played 97
Total points earned 625
Raid Points per match 6.02
Not out %74.8%
Total Raids 1234
Successful Raids   39%
No. Of Super Raids 10
Super 10s 23
Total Raid Points 584
Average Raid Points/Match 6.02
No. Of Super Tackles5
High 5s0
Total Tackle Points 41
Average Successful Tackles/Match 0.42
Total Tackles 127
Tackle Success Rate % 28%
Avg. Time on Mat % 64.84 
Avg. Out Rate  28.71 
Avg. Strike Rate  50.22 
Effective Points  273 





Pro Kabaddi Season 4

Pro Kabaddi Season 5

Pro Kabaddi Season 6

Pro Kabaddi Season 7

Pro Kabaddi Season 8

Pro Kabaddi Season 9

Bengaluru Bulls  

Patna Pirates 

Haryana Steelers

UP Yoddha  

Patna Pirates

Telegu Titans 

Services Player 






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44.50 L

151.00 L

93.00 L

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Monu Goyat’s Early Life

Meet Monu Goyat, one of the most talented and expansive players in the history of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 7. Born on October 16, 1992, in Hissar, Haryana, Monu comes from a family whose primary occupation is agriculture. However, sports ran in his blood as his uncle, Vijender Singh, was an international Kabaddi player who saw great potential in young Monu.

From his early childhood, Monu displayed a keen interest in Kabaddi and started playing the sport with enthusiasm. His love for Kabaddi only grew stronger as he enjoyed the game and found joy in every match he played. Recognizing his talent, Monu’s uncle encouraged him to pursue professional training and practice regularly. success fueled his determination to play at the highest level. 

Monu’s father also noticed his son’s natural abilities and remarked that he had the qualities of a successful Kabaddi player. Encouraged by his family’s support, Monu joined the under-19 team at his school and quickly established himself as a winner in Kabaddi and other games.

Despite facing initial skepticism about making a career in sports, Monu’s determination and passion for Kabaddi led him to participate in various local tournaments. His consistent victories bolstered his confidence, and he dreamt of representing his country on a bigger stage. 

In 2011, Monu took a significant step towards his dream when he joined the army through the sports quota. Despite facing injuries and setbacks, he refused to give up and continued to work hard on improving his skills. His uncle and brother acted as pillars of support, motivating him to persevere through challenges. 

Monu’s breakthrough moment came when he participated in the All India Tournament, where he showcased his exceptional talent and was awarded the best raider of the tournament. This success fueled his determination to play at the highest level. 

Monu Goyat’s Pro Kabaddi League Career 

Monu’s dream of joining the Pro Kabaddi League became a reality in Season 3. However, it wasn’t an easy path for him. The first attempt to get selected for a team through auctions ended in disappointment as he was not picked. Undeterred, he continued to work on his game and never lost faith in his abilities.

Season 4 of the PKL brought a turning point in Monu’s career. He was selected by Bengal Warriors as a raider, and he delivered awe-inspiring performances, earning a total of 63 points in 13 matches. His talent started gaining attention, and he soon became a prominent figure in the Kabaddi world.

Monu’s journey of success continued in Season 5 when he joined the Patna Pirates. His remarkable skills and dedication played a vital role in helping his team clinch the championship that season. He earned a total of 202 points in 26 matches, solidifying his position as one of the best raiders in the league.

For Season 6, Monu was bought by the Haryana Steelers for a whopping 151 lakh, making him one of the highest-paid non-cricketing sportspersons in India. His outstanding performance in the league earned him 164 points in 20 matches, with an impressive raid strike rate of 63%. 

Known as a silent assassin, Monu Goyat’s incredible journey from a small town in Haryana to becoming a top Kabaddi player is a testament to his passion, hard work, and perseverance. His rise to fame and success has inspired countless aspiring Kabaddi players, and his legacy in the sport is sure to endure for generations to come. 

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