South Korea sprung back to the top spot of group A extending their winning run to three in the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup with a win over Bangladesh in a close encounter in Ahmedabad. In Group B, Thailand's convincing win over Kenya has put the Asians in contention for a semifinal spot.
South Korea ran out winners in the first game of the day by beating Bangladesh by a score of 35-32. Bangladesh found themselves leading the game 30-26 with just three minutes to go thanks to Captain Aruduzzaman Munshi and Ziaur Rahman who scored 15 of the 32 that the sub-continent team scored. But the scoreline was a cue for Jang Kun Lee to show his opponents what he was capable of doing.
In the Group B game, Thailand outscored Kenya 53-21 to cement their third place. Skipper Khomsan Thongkham and
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Korea will play the Aussies in their next game while Kenya will play Japan, a game that could end up deciding the last semi-final spot.