India hardly broke sweat as Rahul Chaudhari and Ajay Thakur combined to score 25 raid points between them. Manjeet Chhillar and Surender attained a high five each to score 11 points to lead India's charge.
On Saturday, it was one way traffic as India created a record of most tackles in a World Cup match.
India made a swift start and led 3-0 after three minutes. Nahuel Villamayor opened Argentina's account in the second minute to trail 1-3.
Pardeep and Sandeep Narwal scored a point apiece as India led 6-1 before Thakur made a successful raid in the fifth minute to help extend India's led to 9-3.
The hosts immediately inflicted an all out in the sixth minute to lead 12-3.
Thakur led the scoring charts for India in the first half and scored 11 points.
Surjeet was a rock at the back for India and achieved a high five in the first half as India inflicted another all out in the 19th minute to lead 35-11.
Argentina were no match for India and struggled to cope with India's superiority in all departments. Narwal scored five points for India in the first half as India led 36-13 at the break.
After the break, Thakur attained a super ten in the 22nd minute as India led 38-13.
India didn't relent at any point in the second half as they led 41-13 after 24 minutes.
An all out was again inflicted by the home boys in the 25th minute to take the lead to 45-13. Chaudhari came on as a substitute on the 26th minute to score his first point as India led 47-15.
He scored two more points in the 28th minute to give India 50-15 lead.
Just after Villamayor bagged seven points for Argentina in the 30th minute, India did not lose any time to inflict another all out to extend their lead to 58-15.
With less than four minutes to go for the final hooter, India inflicted another all out to lead 68-17.
Chaudhari scored 10 points in the second half alone as Argentina struggled to cope with him.
India led 73-19 as Kiran Parmar scored with a two-point raid in the 40th minute to finally thrash the South American nation with a record margin.
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