Archery World Cup 2018, Compound Women Team, Quarterfinal: India vs Kazakhstan, Live Match Updates

India def Kazakhstan 233-227
Updated: 26 April 2018 14:24 IST - Published: April, 26 2018 01:35 PM IST
With the win, India have qualified for the semi-finals of the Compound Women's team event and will take on a skilled Russian side.
The semi final will be held later today.

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And the Indian eves have done it!! India finish with 59 points in Round 4 as they emerge winner with a total of 233 points. Kazakhstan bows out of the World Cup after succumbing to the Indian archers with a total tally of 227 points.
India has now extended their lead to 4. After the culmination of Round 3, the Indian contingent have 174 points while Kazakhstan has garnered 170 points. 
Both teams have hit the Bull's eye in their first two attempts in Round 3
After some incredible display from the Indian archers, they have taken the lead at the end of Round 2. India doubled their tally to 116 points while Kazakhstan is trailing by 2 points with 114 on the scoreboard.
It's building up to be an intriguing battle between India and Kazakhstan. After the end of Round 1, both the teams are tied at 58 points!
Can India take the lead in the next round?
And we are underway with the action!

Indian Women's Compound Team will face Kazakhstan Women's Compound Team in the Archery World Cup Compound Qaurter Final.

The Archery World Cup is currently underway in Shanghai where Indian archers take on the rest of the world. The Indian Women Compound team advanced to the quarterfinal of the Archery World Cup when they defeated ninth seed Vietnam in the previous round.

The Indian Women Compound team consists of three archers- Jyothi Surekha Venna, Muskan Kirar, and Madhumita Kumari. The Indian Women Compound team defeated Vietnam by a score of 230 to 224.

The Kazakhstan Women Compound team defeated top seeds South Korea in the previous round by a score of 232 to 231. The Kazakhstan team is made of three archers- Viktoriya Lyan, Diana Makarchuk, and Adel Zhexenbinova.

The Indian Women Compound team is currently seeded eighth in the competition and will look to progress to the semifinals as they face Kazakhstan Women's Compound team. 
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