Australia outclass Argentina; Jasvir and Kuldeep excel (68-45)
Defender Jasvir Singh (11 points) and Raider Kuldeep Singh (14 points) scripted an easy 68-45 win for Australia against Argentina in Kabaddi World Cup 2016 at The Arena by TransStadia in Ahmedabad today. The Australia team was strong both in defends and attack which initially destroyed the rivals’ defense. In the first half itself they have taken a huge lead of 29-12 against Argentina and when it came to the second half Australia toyed with their opponents to emerge an easy 68-45 victory. Initially, there was some competition from Argentina. Franco Castro and Mariano Pascual helped Australia take early points, 3 minutes in, the fight was equal to 4-3. The gulf in experience between the two sides was evident as the side from Australia steadily racked up the points. Besides Mariano Pascual and Franco Castro, Eugenio Petermann also played a good role in negating attackers of the Argentina team. There was no recovery whatsoever from the Argentina in the second half. The 28th minute saw Argentina getting wiped off again from court to further lag behind 53-30. Kuldeep Singh in the meantime completed his super ten. Australia won by a lead of 23 points (68-45) against Argentina. They laid the foundation of the win in the first half with a (29-12) 17 points lead and carried the same form in the second half to emerge winners.
Quarter Time View
We have divided 40 minutes of play time into 4 to look at which quarter belonged to whom.
|Time (min)||0-10||10-20||20-30||30-40||Final Score|
Australia Raid Analysis
Players Who Spent Time On And Away From The Field
|Best Field Time||Jasvir Singh||Mariano Pascual|
|Worst Field Time||Benjamin Nugent||Nahuel Lopez|
Most Valuable Players Of The Match
|Raider of the Match||Kuldeep Singh||Australia|
|Inspiring Defender of the Match||Jasvir Singh||Australia|
|Marathon Man on the Mat||Jasvir Singh||Australia|
|Moment of the Match||Jasvir Singh||Australia|
*Raider of the Match=Player who scored the maximum raid points,
Inspiring Defender of the Match= Player who scored the maximum tackle points,
Marathon Man on the Mat= Player who has spent the maximum time on the mat.