Kenya jumped to the second spot with 16 points in match 27 of the Kabaddi World Cup 2016 with an easy 74-19 victory over USA. Their big guns, David Mosambayi and Phelix Opana fired when required to bring their team closer to qualification to the knockouts. Kenya won by a lead of 55 points (74-19) against the USA. The first half was also in favor of the Kenya who had a lead of thirty points (38-08) and carried the same form in the second half to emerge winners. Things began on a rather even keel, with Ben Marcelus and Dillyon Banks ran successful raids for the USA, with David Mosambayi and Odhiambo Ogak doing the same for Kenya. After 6 minutes, a cautious contest had a scoreline of 6-4. With the second all out of the game, the Kenya made it 16 points game. In the very next raid, Odhiambo Ogak of the Kenya came up with a superb super tackle, which was followed by a couple picked up by the crowd-favourite Phelix Opana. Substitute player Patrick Mauve then pulled off a series of successful raids to put his side in the ascendancy, but a super tackle by the Kenya’s Odhiambo Ogak saw the half end at a tight 38-8 scoreline to the Kenya. With the all-out in the 26th minute at 52-10 it was a huge mountain to climb for the hosts. They did make efforts mostly through Ben Marcelus and Dillyon Banks who had four and five raid points respectively but they lacked support.
Quarter Time View
We have divided 40 minutes of play time into 4 to look at which quarter belonged to whom.
Kenya Raid Analysis
Players Who Spent Time On And Away From The Field
|Best Field Time
|Worst Field Time
Most Valuable Players Of The Match
|Raider of the Match
|Inspiring Defender of the Match
|Marathon Man on the Mat
|Moment of the Match
*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.