As it happened: India 103-25 Afghanistan, Asian Kabaddi Championships 2017

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Updated: 25 November 2017 11:53 IST - Published: November, 25 2017 09:42 AM IST
Sadly, there was no TV broadcast for the India match. However, it has been confirmed that India have defeated Afghanistan by a huge margin of 103-25.
It's half-time between Korea and Thailand and it's the former who have a huge lead!
Unfortunately again, the India match is not on the TV court and the broadcasters are showing the game between Thailand and Korea. We will look to bring you the latest updates from the action as soon as possible.
The teams are on the court and warming up.
We are a few minutes away from the start! Stay tuned as we bring to you the latest updates from the game.
The Asian Kabaddi Championships enter their second day of action and will see the conclusion of the group stages of the competition in both the men's and the women's section. After a thunderous start to their campaign, the Indian men's kabaddi side will look to build on their performance and secure top spot in the group that features Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Japan. 
On Friday, they began in fine style as Iraq were defeated by a comfortable 61-21 margin, with eight different players scoring in defence and eight different scorers in attack. Pardeep Narwal was India's highest raid points scorer, finishing with a total of six points. In defence, Surjeet completed a high 5 from the cover position. Nitin Tomar chipped in with a total of six points - three raid and three tackle points. 
India now face Afghanistan at 10 AM IST! Stay tuned to this space for the latest updates from the match. 
India's squad: Ajay Thakur (c), Deepak Niwas Hooda, Mahendra Singh Dhaka, Maninder Singh, Mohit Chhillar, Nitin Tomar, Pardeep Narwal, Rahul Chaudhari, Rohit Kumar, Sachin, Sandeep Narwal, Surender Nada, Surjeet, Vishal Bharadwaj
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