Today, India to clash Thailand in the semi-finals of Kabaddi World Cup 2016 held in Ahmedabad on 21st October 2016. All season champion team India has very much high potential to win this semi final and can also rock in Finals, although it has to face one of the tough team Thailand in the semi final of Kabaddi World Cup 2016 season.
Everyone’s eyes are on 2016 Kabaddi World Cup matches and here we are going to provide you India vs Thailand Live Streaming and Live Score as well.
India has played 5 matches in this season of Kabaddi World Cup 2016. India lost first match and won all the rest with huge difference in the score. The very first game against South Korea, India lost with 32-34 on 7th October 2016. After India defeated Australia with 54-20, Bangladesh with 57-20, Argentina with 74-20 and England with 69-18.
Now in semi final match, let see what will India do? Watch Kabaddi World Cup 2016 Semi Final – India vs Thailand Live Streaming and Live Score.
Keep in touch with us to have India Live Streaming and Live Score for Kabaddi World Cup 2016. This match is going to be very interesting because two great teams India and Thailand to fight on the Kabaddi ground to win the title.
You can see Live Score and Live Streaming on Starsports.com and Hotstar.com. You can see the match live on YouTube Channels. If you are watching Kabaddi World Cup live in India you will be able to see on Starsports 2 and Starsports 2 HD.
Anup Kumar (Captain), Rahul Chaudhari, Manjeet Chhillar, Jasvir Singh, Deepak Niwas Hooda, Pardeep Narwal, Mohit Chhillar, Surender Nada, Surjeet, Ajay Thakur, Dharmaraj Cheralathan, Kiran Parmar, Nitin Tomar, Sandeep Narwal
Khomsan Thongkham (Captain), Aniwat Phakphian, Chanwit Wichian, Phodsawi Sawangyai, Pramot Saising, Santi Bunchoet, Warit Songsri , Sarawut Hopet, Khunakon Chanjaroen, Kittichai Kanket, Peeradach ,Jantajam, Phuwanai Wannasaen, Sasithon Rungsawang, Tin Phonchoo.
Something about the Key player of Each Team:
Pardeep Narwal (Raider)
The 19-year-old booked his spot in the World Cup team. Even during the opening game upset against the Koreans, the teenager – then a substitute – provided glimpses of his talent. Since then, he has been a starter and key scorer for the hosts, relegating the sport’s poster boy Rahul Chaudhari to the bench.
His coveted dash tackles have been timed to perfection, and executed with frightening power. His work rate has made the Indian defence even stronger, with the likes of Manjeet Chillar and Dharmaraj Cheralathan too manning the ranks.
Khomsan Thongkham (Raider)
The 24-year-old is captain to the youngest team competing among the 12 present at the World Cup, and he serves as his country’s prime raider. In the crucial game against Japan, the six-footer stepped up to raid 23 times, remaining unsuccessful just six times. His reach is his biggest attribute, along with his athleticism and deceiving strength.
Khunakon Chanjaroen (All-Rounder)
The 21-year-old is the only player in the tournament to have picked up a Super 10 while raiding and a High Five for defending. Chanjaroen helped his country to a comprehensive win against Poland. An agile raider with the ability to step up whenever his skipper is not on the mat, the youngster is a mindful tackler with the tendency of making timely challenges, and even providing support tackles for his teammates.