Kabaddi World Cup: England, Poland notch big wins

England moved to the third position in Group A behind Korea and India. Tejash Depala excelled in tackling as England cantered to a 68-28 win against Argentina.

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England tries to trap an Argentine raider.   -  PTI

England's Tope Adewalure, Keshav Gupta and Someshwar Kalia played havoc with the Argentina defence amassing 38 raid points to give their side a second win in three matches in the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup.

England moved to the third position in Group A behind Korea and India. Tejash Depala excelled in tackling as England cantered to a 68-28 win. With this emphatic victory England has turned out to be the top attacking side earning 96 points from 75 raids and also Adewalure leading the individual tally with 46 points from 34 raids.

In the second match of the evening, Poland notched its first win against USA . The Polish captain Michal Spiczko played a stellar role in attack and defence. Piotr Pamulak, Jakub Kloskowski and Filip Szczeski contributed to Poland’s big win scoring 20 points. It was Poland’s first win in four matches.

Results

Group A: England bt Argentina 68-28; Group B: Poland bt USA 75-29.