The South Korean team continued its fine form in the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup as it registered its fifth consecutive victory by trouncing England by 56-17.
This win has strenghthened South Korea's position in Group A whereas England's path to the semi-final has become tougher after the loss.
South Korea has earned 25 points in five matches whereas England has only gained 10 points in four matches.
India has won three out of four matches in Group A and its route to semifinals seem pretty clear. England will play its last group match with India on 18 October.