Obilo and Ogak star in Kenya win over Japan (48-27).
Kenya needing a win to remain in the fray for a semi-final berth did it in grand style by routing Japan 48-27 with the help of four all-outs. They won by a lead of 21 points (48-27) against Japan. As compared to the earlier game between Thailand and Kenya, this game had a more conservative approach but was more tactically engaging. Japan did not look like they were a team already qualified and without a couple of key players. They kept on piling the pressure on Kenya, who responded in great fashion through James Obilo and their defence. Kenya raced into a lead of nine points with just ten minutes remaining in the second half (26-17). Kenya finished fourth in the Kabaddi World Cup 2016 by defeating Japan at The Arena by TransStadia, Ahmedabad on Sunday.
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|
Korea Raid Analysis
Players Who Spent Time On And Away From The Field
|Best Field Time||Cheol Sik Park||Tejash Depala|
|Worst Field Time||Dong Ju Hong||Joshua Enson|
Most Valuable Players Of The Match
|Raider of the Match||Cheol Gyu Shin||Korea|
|Inspiring Defender of the Match||Gyung Tae Kim||Korea|
|Marathon Man on the Mat||Tejash Depala||England|
|Moment of the Match||Dong Gyu Kim||Korea|
*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.