India get their Kabaddi World Cup 2016 campaign back on track with a thumping 54-20 win over Australia in the final match of Day 2 in Ahmedabad on Saturday. India dominated proceedings from the first whistle and inflicted all-outs on as many as four occasions. Such was India’s dominance that Australia were not able to get a tackle point. Deepak Hooda, at the end of the game, said this win was important to get the confidence levels up. For India, it was a clinical raiding game and Manjeet Chhillar was on top of his game with the defence. The defender had another high five as he continues to accumulate defence points in the Kabaddi World Cup. Next for India is Bangladesh on Tuesday. The team needs to win all their remaining matches to advance to the semis.