D. Nankana Sahib
Explanation : Pakistan emerged victorious from a close contest against India in the final of the Kabaddi World Cup on Sunday-16-2-2020 in Lahore’s Punjab Stadium.
The contest between the South Asian neighbours remained neck-on-neck throughout the allotted time, two sessions of 20 minutes each with a break of five minutes. The hosts won 43-41 to become Kabaddi world champions for the first time.
This is the first time the Kabaddi World Cup was held in Pakistan. All of the previous six circle-style kabaddi world cups have been hosted by India with the most recent event taking place in 2016.
The tournament was eight-day long with matches in Lahore, Faisalabad, Kartarpur and Nankana Sahib. Other than India, teams from Iran, Canada, Australia, United States, Sierra Leone and Kenya also participated in the event.