According to reports, the owners of the two-storey property were not at home when the incident took place and no injuries were reported.
Judge Orlando Diaz issued the order after prosecutors deemed the defendants posed a flight risk, Argentina's state-run Telam news service reported.
Skipper Manpreet Singh, though delighted with the team's exploits against the Olympic Champions, cautioned his teammates about reading too much into the results.
Argentina got off to a great start, raiding the Indian circle in numbers. Krishan Bahadur Pathak, who was playing his 50th international match, made three brilliant saves in the first quarter to deny the hosts from taking the lead.
A penalty corner earned by India skipper Manpreet Singh with just 25 seconds left for the final hooter changed the course of a tense battle against the Olympic Champions Argentina who were poised for victory with a 2-1 lead.
It was Varun Kumar (7' and 44'), Rajkumar Pal (13') and Rupinder Pal Singh (14') who scored for India, while Leandro Tolini (10'), Lucas Toscani (23'), Ignacio Ortiz (42') and Lucas (57') scored for the home team.
The decision was taken after several nations declined to release their players during the international break due to the need of quarantine following their travel, reported Goal.com.
This was India's fourth scheduled match against the World No. 2 ranked side after the third match to be played on Saturday was abandoned due to incessant rains. Earlier in the tour, India had drawn 2-2, 1-1
In Friday's match, early pressure created by the Argentina's forwardline helped push India on the back foot in the very first quarter. A foot-foul by Indian defender in the striking circle, gave away a penalty corner to the home team
Having begun Tuesday's match on an attacking note, equipped by good speed and precision in rotating the ball, India looked for potential openings in the striking circle.
The 1986 World Cup-winner died of a heart attack aged 60 on November 25, less than a month after undergoing surgery in the Argentina capital to remove a blood clot on his brain.
As the dance form heads for Olympics 2024, debate kicks off over it being a sport
The huge mural - 20 meters high (65 feet) and 40 meters wide is painted to honour the country's favourite son
Emotions ran high as the Argentine Primera Division staged its first matches on Saturday since Maradona died of a heart attack on Wednesday aged 60, reports Xinhua news agency.
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