Bangladeshi Kabaddi player Zakir Hossain (center) is cordoned by Indian Kabaddi players during the match between India versus Bangladesh at TranStadia in Ahmedabad on Oct. 11. The tournament runs between October 7 to 22. (SAM PANTHAKY/AFP/Getty Images)

AHMEDABAD – Bangladesh ended its campaign in the Kabaddi World Cup with a thumping 67-27 win over minnows Argentina at the TransStadia Arena here Oct. 19.

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 defense 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 defense 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 was 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.

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