India began their 2016 Kabaddi World Cup campaign in disappointment, as they lost 34-32 to Korea. A hushed silence fell at Ahemadabads TransStadia Arena, as India crumbled under pressure in the last two minutes to lose their opening game of the World Cup.Anup Kumar scored eight points for India but it was not enough, as Jang Kun Lee produced a terrific performance to inspire Korea to a famous win over the hosts.?Both teams made a slow start, as they exchanged empty raids in the first three minutes. Dharmaraj Cheralathan scored the first defence point for India in the second minute, before the Korean defence sent Rahul Chaudhry to the bench in the fourth.Anup scored three points with a super raid in the sixth minute, but Korea forced a super tackle in the seventh to take a narrow lead. Rahul then scored his first raid point, in the 10th minute, as India soon opened up a five-point gap to lead 14-9. Kun Lee had just one successful raid in the first half as the Korean raiders struggled to get points.?Pardeep Narwal came on as a substitute in the 18th minute and scored with his first raid as India stretched their lead to 18-10. However, Korea slowly clawed their way back into game, as their defence forced a super tackle in the 19th minute, before the captain Hong Dong Ju scored a raid point in the 20th to reduce the gap to five points going into the break.?Korea began the second half strongly, as they scored two points in three minutes, though Manjeet Chhillar forced a super tackle to reinforce Indias lead. Narwal scored again in the 26th minute, but with eight minutes to go, the Korean defence sent him to the bench, as the visitors trailed 24-19.A raid by Lee Dong in 35th minute turned the game on its head, as India were reduced to just one man. Ajay Thakur scored two points and saved India from an all out, but Korea eventually inflicted one in the 37th minute as they trailed by three. Kun Lee then scored with a bonus point to cut the deficit to two.?It was a tense last few minutes for India, as Korea fought back on multiple occasions to stay within sight.?Kun Lee produced a brilliant super raid in the 39th minute to tie the game, but Anup scored with a raid in the last minute to seemingly tilt the contest Indias way.?However, Kun Lee scored two more points to give Korea a narrow lead, and his team held their nerve in the dying seconds to record an upset win.? CHEAP AUTHENTIC JERSEYS . Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey last Sunday. The fine is the fourth this season for Goldson. He was fined $30,000 for a hit on the New York Jets Jeff Cumberland in Week 1. 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Western was last ranked first in the country in October 2011.Former Germany goalkeeper Tim Wiese is set for a return to football following his in-ring debut for WWE in Munich. Wiese, 34, teamed with Cesaro and Sheamus to take on The Shining Stars and Bo Dallas during WWEs recent European tour, the ex-Werder Bremen stopper, nicknamed The Machine, earning the decisive pin.Wiese quit football after leaving Hoffenheim in 2014 - but is now poised to make a comeback with amateur Bavaria-based side SSV Dillingen. Tim Wiese most recently played football for Hoffenheim Dillingen chairman Christoph Nowak told Fupa that Wiese, who won six caps for Germany, agreed to the deal soon after his first WWE bout.But he says the gloveman, whose former clubs also include Kaiserslautern and Fortuna Koln, is unlikely to be a regular and may not make his debut until the spring of 2017.He signned the playing licenses form in the hotel bar after the fight, said Nowak.dddddddddddd Its a friendly turn for me and its good for amateur football. Its a friendly turn for me and its good for amateur football. SSV Dillingen chairman Christoph Nowak He wont train here, thats clear. If he plays for us, then thats okay. But all of it is something between a PR coup and team motivation.Wiese made 269 Bundesliga appearances for Kaiserslautern, Werder Bremen and Hoffenheim and once turned down the opportunity to be Iker Casillas understudy at Spanish giants Real Madrid. 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