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Asian Games 2018: Boxing, Men's Light Welter 64kg, Quarterfinal - Dheeraj Rangi vs Chinzorig Baatarsukh Live Score, Latest Updates & Results

Follow all the live updates from Boxing on day 11 of the Asian Games 2018.
Updated: 29 August 2018 14:21 IST - Published: 29 August 2018 11:19 IST
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India's last hope of securing a medal in boxing on day 11 rests with Dheeraj Rangi who will take part in the Men's Light welter 64kg quarter-final at 5.15 pm.
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And that is unsurprisingly China's Chang Yuan who dashes India's hopes of a medal as she wins 5-0.
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Chang had the technical superiority and the power and although both boxers think they have won it. There is only one winner.
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She gets one but that is all that she can manage as Chang defends perfectly and is content to receive blows to the body.
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It is getting very late for the Indian boxer who needs to nail her last few punches if she wants to progress.
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Chang trying to lure Devi into a trap and it almost works. She has been exceptional so far. 
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Chang again seems happy enough to defend but it is the Indian boxer who needs to go on the offensive and land some lusty blows if she wants to assure herself of a medal.
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After basically being content with just boxing on the outside, Chang is finally forced to attack. But just as she wants to get some momentum, the second period ends.
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With a medal on the line, both boxers need to stay on the right side of the referee. And Chang seems to be doing just that with some excellent punches.
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Halfway through the second period and neither have scored particularly freely.
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Chang Yuan seems happy enough to stay on the outside and wait to be pushed into an attack instead of starting one herself. 
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It is China who have the upper hand early in the second after landing a couple of perfect punches in the opening few seconds.
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After a short break, we are back underway for the second period.
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Sarjubala Devi is content to let the clock run out to end the first period. Both boxers haven't been especially offensive despite landing some lusty blows.
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Both boxers seem content with plenty of passivity followed by bursts of offensive prowess. With just under a minute to go in the first period, it is Chang who looks to have the slight upper hand.
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A slightly tentative start from China's Chang Yuan and Devi comes out with the first  big punch of the game with just over two minutes left  in the first period.
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The two boxers are ready and we are underway.
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Sarjubala Devi will now take on China's Chang Yuan. Can she make it three out of three for Indian boxers in terms of medal?
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So far two Indian boxers have taken part in the day's action and both of them have assured India of at least a Bronze. Can the remaining two do the same?
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Vikas Krishnan becomes the first Indian boxer to win medals in three successive Asian Games.
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48' Both teams are looking like they want to score as many as they possibly can and the defence has consisted of the the keeper making a good save or a foul. 
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Vikas Krishnan is through to the semi-final and assures India of another medal in Boxing. But this was an exceptional display by China's Tanglatihan.
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It is a split decision and Vikas Krishnan emerges on top. He wins 3-2.
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Both boxers think that they have come out on top as they raise their hands. But it will be the judges who decide who wins.
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Vikas is undoubtedly on the back foot against the much taller opponent, he has had to work very hard to get each punch in. Silence envelops the arena as the Chinese boxer tries to finish the third period on the front foot.
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