After a convincing 11-1 win over Great Britain in the men's event's opening match, Karolis Levickis' men earned themselves another 10-goal winning margin with a 10-0 victory over Finland.
Turkey are doing their best to keep pace with Lithuania in Group A and a 7-1 win over Great Britain will do their quest for gold no harm.
In the group's final match of the day, Brazil found themselves in another close encounter, but were the losing side this time around as Sweden emerged as eventual 5-4 victors.
It was a tale of two goalscorers in Group B’s first clash of the night as China defeated the Republic of Korea 11-4, with Yao Yongquan and Chen Liangliang scoring all of the winning side’s goals.
Iran produced arguably the performance of the round so far on Day 1 and found themselves involved in another thriller on the second day of action.
After trailing 1-0 to Canada at half-time, Iran went on a goal-scoring spree in the second half to eventually win the encounter 9-2, with the previous day’s hero Seyed Mehdi Sayahi adding another three goals to his tally to take his total to 12.
The evening’s final match in the men’s event saw Algeria bounce back from their 4-3 opening-day defeat to the Republic of Korea to earn a 5-2 win over Belgium.
China continued to build up a head of steam in the women's competition as they added an 8-0 victory over Brazil to the 7-1 win over Great Britain they achieved on Day 1.
The group’s other matches saw Finland save a last-second penalty to deny Great Britain their first victory in a match that finished deadlocked at 1-1, while Japan came away with a 3-1 win from their meeting with Australia.