Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibakhsh a 29-year-old Iranian kabaddi player also known as Moein Nabibakhsh.
Esmaeil made his Pro Kabaddi League debut for Bengal Warriors in the 2019 season.
He also represents Iran national kabaddi team in the international games and he plays as an all-rounder and his nature field in the field is attacking.
Mohammad was born in Iran on 27 November 1991; he brought up in Mazandaran Provine.
From his childhood, he was interested in kabaddi and in few years he gained popularity at the local level.
That popularity and his skills led him into the Iran National Kabaddi team.
He is currently pursuing a bachelor’s in physical education at Shomal University with kabaddi.
Mohammad Esmaeil | Career
In 2018 Esmaei can into the limelight after his wonderful performance for Iran in the Asian Games and won gold.
He is a capable player who is good at everything from defending to blocks therefore he plays as an all-rounder.
In 2019, his PKL debut and he was the most expensive foreign player 77.75 lakh rupees purchased by Bengal Warriors.
He made his debut and scored a super 10 in that match against UP Yoddha. He proved to be a valuable player and made more points.
In a match against Dabang Delhi the team captain Maninder Singh got injured hence Esmaei took over.
Under his leadership, Bengal Warriors won the semi-final and finals of that season and lifted their first-ever PKL trophy.
He is one of the rare players to register a super 10 and high five both in PKL.
Esmaei just started playing in the PKL 2019 and made a total of 23 appearances in which he made 92 raid points and 30 tackle points.
Hence till now, he has made 122 points in the Pro kabaddi league.