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Kabaddi World Cup: Bangladesh crush Argentina 67-26

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Bangladesh ended their campaign in the Kabaddi World Cup with a thumping 67-27 win over minnows Argentina at the TransStadia Arena in Ahmedabad on Wednesday.

Already out of the race for the semi-finals, a resurgent Bangladesh crushed Argentina in the last match of group A.  Raider Tuhin Tarafder and captain Aruduzzaman Munshi top-scored for the Bangladeshis with 14 and 13 points respectively. Munshi and Al Mamun attained super 10s for Bangladesh.

Argentina's raiders put up a good show but their defence led to their downfall as it contributed just two points.

Bangladesh thus ended their World Cup campaign in third spot in Group A with three wins and 16 points from five games while Argentina returned without a single win.

On Wednesday, Bangladesh were quick out off the blocks and took a 6-0 lead after three minutes as Munshi scored five raid points.

Bangladesh inflicted the first all-out of the match in the fourth minute to lead 11-0.

Argentina opened their account in the sixth minute with a tackle point to trail 1-14.

Bangladesh's defence didn't allow time or space to Argentina raiders and kept on mounting the pressure to lead 17-3 after eight minutes.

Munshi achieved the quickest super 10 of this World Cup in the 11th minute as Bangladesh led 19-5.

Nahuel Lopez then scored three points with a super raid to take Argentina to 8-21.

Bangladesh scored a couple of raid points but Argentina came with another super raid to trail 12-26 after 15 minutes.

Argentina were dealing only in super raids as a third one by Eugenio Petermann to trail 15-27 before Bangladesh extended it to 33-15 at the end of the first half.

Coming from the break, Bangladesh straightway inflicted the second all out of the match in 21st minute to lead 36-15 before extending it further to 40-18 after 25 minutes.

Sabuj achieved a high five in the 27th minute to give Bangladesh a 44-20 lead. Tuhin then picked up a super 10 in the next minute as Bangladesh inflicted the third all out to lead 50-21.

Bangladesh then piled up the pressure in the next three minutes by inflicting a fourth all out to lead 59-22.

Argentina came up with another super raid in the 35th minute to trail 25-60 but Munshi's 13th raid point in the 40th minute helped Bangladesh beat Argentina 67-26.