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Kabaddi World Cup: India cruise at comfortable win; Iran & Korea lead the two pools

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Manjit Chillar was phenomenal for India (Image Credit: 2016kabaddiworldcup.com)

Ahmedabad: It was must win situation for India against Argentina which the team did comfortably. India won one-sided over Argentina with a score of 74-20. The raiding and tackle players from India tested their skills as the coach made every possible substitution to give players hand on experience.

The magic of Manjit Chillar was phenomenal as he scored his fourth high-five in five games he played. Also, Manjit is now standing at the top with maximum tackle points in Kabaddi World Cup, no doubt Manjit is the best defender in Kabaddi world. The overall 54 raid points by India eased them to comfortable victory over Argentina who are playing their first world cup.

The combination of Rahul Chaudhari and Ajay Thakur was deadly as they managed to scored 25 points between them. Surender joined the party scoring his second high-five of the tournament. India is currently placed at no. 2 position in Pool A and their today’s match between England is going to be decider. If India wins today they will place them in the semi-final, England is at no. 3 position in the league table and they will do anything to win the match today. Eyes will be focused on Tope and Kalia of England and rest of the Indian team.

The first two match of the day between Rep. of Korea Vs Australia and Iran Vs Japan went one sided. Korea thrashed Australia by 63-25, even when Jung Kun Lee wasn’t playing Dong took the front charge and made a comfortable entry into the semi-finals. In the another match it was a must win situation for Japan but they lost to the biggest contender of Kabaddi World Cup Iran.