Kabaddi World Cup 2016: India makes it to the semis; crushes England in a massive 69-18 win

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Kabaddi World Cup 2016: India crushes England in a massive 69-18 win

Ahmedabad: After crushing Argentina in one of the record 74-20 win on Saturday, India on Tuesday managed to thrash England in another record win—69-18. This win sends India to the semi-finals.
 
Through its spectacular performance, the Indian Kabaddi squad at one time was leading by 57-8, putting England in an almost next to impossible situation, to make a comeback in the game.
 
The Indian side, which was led by Anup Kumar and company completely smashed the English players, leaving them at a position where they couldn't have even dared to struggle for a victory.
 
With a great show from Ajay Thakur and Surjeet, India will be having a great advantage in the semis. The team currently stands at second position in their Group.
 
Earlier, England was defeated by South Korea 17-56 on Sunday. 
 
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