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Asian Games 2018, Men's Handball, Main Round, Day 11: India vs Indonesia Live Score,Latest Updates & Results

Follow all the live updates from the Handball action on day 11 of the Asian Games 2018.
Updated: 29 August 2018 14:11 IST - Published: 29 August 2018 10:58 IST
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And that is a wrap of India's participation at handball at the Asian Games 2018.
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India didn't get off to a great but courtesy of three wins out of four to end the tournament, India will finish in the top ten.
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No he will not but India win 37-23. With that win, India finish 10th.
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India 36-23 Indonesia with just a minute left in the game. Davinder already has 11. Will he add to his tally?
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India bring up their lead to 13 with just under 90 seconds left in the game. But Indonesia strike back to bring the lead back to 12.
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The lead is up to 12 and with just a couple of minutes left, now it is a question of just how much India will win by, having all but assured themselves of the 10th place.
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India 32-22 Indonesia with five minutes left in the game.
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Goalkeeper Atul does a brilliant job by first saving a strong shot but them makes an even better play but getting the ball to Ramesh, who converts on the fast break. The lead is now back at 10.
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The lead is  cut down to single digits again with just over six minutes left on the clock.
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Time-out from Indonesia. India 31-20 Indonesia after 52 minutes 17 seconds.
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52' Less than 10 minutes to go now and the lead goes from 11 to 10 in a matter of seconds after a brilliant move by Indonesia.
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The hosts bring the lead down from double digit to just nine. With just over 10 minutes to go, they need to go on a scoring spree. Instead it is Davinder who brings up his 11th goal.
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It is all happening in this game. A suspension for the Indian bench followed by three goals in the space of a minute followed by a time-out by Indonesia. With 18 minutes left on the clock, India lead by 10.
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You bet it does and this time, India rack up four goals in the space of 150 seconds to go up by eight with more 20 minutes left in the contest.
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35' Indonesia finally get back on the board but will that prompt another scoring spree from India?
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After the hosts begin with a goal, India rack up four goals in the space of three minutes to extend their lead to six.
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It was a curious first half in the battle to see who finishes 10th. We are underway in the second half.
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At the end of the first half, India lead 16-13. Davinder Singh has led the way with seven goals.
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A late goal from Indonesia means that the lead going into the second half is just three for India.
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Harender Singh gets the first two minute suspension but India's lead is still four with just under two minutes to go in the first half.
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28' Some good keeping from the India keeper and a lightning fast break means that India are up by four points. India 16-12 Indonesia
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27' With just three minutes to go in the first half, the lead is still just two. India need to find a way to limit the amount of turnovers.
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My, oh my. How good have both keepers have been. Saving with with the feet, hands, chest. Simply sensational stuff from both keepers.
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25' Too many turnovers from India and that means that despite excellent form at the other end, the lead is just two.
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What a move by Indonesia and an excellent lob following a turnover means that the lead is down to just one with seven minutes left in the first half. Indonesia 11 - 12 India.
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Both teams continue to trade goals but the Indonesian keeper has been stunning in the last minute and a half as he has been simply sensational.
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Immediately after the time-out, India score to get the lead back up to three and it is that man, Davinder Singh, who gets his sixth. On his own he is just two behind the entire Indonesian side.
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Now it is a time-out called by India. The hosts are still trailing by two but India's defence has been woeful and the coach is unsurprisingly animated.
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India still lead by three and anytime Indonesia bring it down to two, India seemingly just go down the other and pick up another goal. Right now the score is 10-7 to India.
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Indonesia have basically relied on two players to remain in this game so far. Thankfully Rafael has scored four while the keeper has made several stunning saves to ensure that India are not running away with this game.
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14' India face twice before eventually Deepak scores and India take 9-6 lead.
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The Indonesian goalkeeper has decided to take matters into his hands as he makes a couple of brilliant saves in the space of a few second to ensure that the lead is still just three.
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The first time-out has been taken and India take a 8-5 lead with 11 minutes and 24 seconds on the clock.
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Davinder Singh and Viktorius Rafael Tolang both have four apiece so far but while India have supported Davinder ably so far, Rafael hasn't got as much help.
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India have been exceptional in attack so far and lead 6-5 after eight minutes and 15 seconds. The Indonesian goalkeeper hasn't really been given much of a chance with some of the shots have India have taken so far.
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India take the lead 2-1 but Indonesia come right back with another and this has been a very good start from both teams.
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An excellent double save from the Indian keeper, who first got completed an excellent reflex save before saving another with his feet in quick succession.
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And India get things back right away. Excellent move by India and their passing and movement was reward with an astute finish.
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Indonesia draw first blood and that is a sensational move from No.12 who jumps and delivers a stunning shot that gives their side their first goal.
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And the game has begun, Indonesia have the ball and they are taking things slow to begin with.
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Each team consists of seven players, including a goalkeeper. Outfield players can touch the ball with any part of their body above the knee and this will be two halves of 30 minutes. That is a little bit of background information for the uninitiated.
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And the two teams make it out onto the court. Who will come out on top? India or Indonesia? We are about to find out.
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This will be the penultimate group game in Men's handball before the medal games. Can India finish with a flourish and finish inside the top ten?
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ICYMI: India are in a great position to add to their medal tally in Athletics as Swapna Barman is leading the pack going into the final event of the Women's Heptathlon while Purnima Hembran is in fourth place.
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In the men's handball, places from 5 to 9 have already been confirmed with only the medal winners and who finishes in the bottom four still to be decided. While there is no medal on the line for India in handball on day 11, they can ensure that they finish in the top ten with a win over the hosts.
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After beating Malaysia and Pakistan in their first two games in Group III, India looked were in a great position to finish ninth but their narrow defeat to Chinese Taipei now means that they need to win their final game of the tournament if they are to finish tenth.
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With Chinese Taipei having already wrapped up ninth spot, the game against Indonesia will be India's chance to secure 10th spot. They know that a win will be enough to give them 10th place and a defeat, even if it is a slender one, would be enough to help the hosts go ahead on Head-to-Head points scored.
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Hello and Welcome to Sportskeeda's LIVE coverage of the 2018 Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang! Next up is the Men's Handball clash between India and hosts Indonesia.
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Day 10 proved to be India's best day in the competition so far, as medals flew in from left, right, and center. 

Archery won India two medals as both the Compound Men's (Abhishek Verma, Rajat Chauhan, and Aman Saini) and the Women's (Jyothi Surekha, Madhumita Kumari, and Muskan Kirar) team won the Silver medal. 

PV Sindhu bagged a historic silver in Badminton Women's Singles as she went down against World Number 1 Tai Tzu Ying in the final. 

The Indian Men's TT team (Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Anthony Amalraj, Achanta Sharath Kamal, Manav Thakkar, Harmeet Desai) won a historic Bronze in the Team Event. There were also a couple of medals won in Kurash -- Silver and Bronze -- by Pincky Balhara and Malaprabha Yallappa Jadhav, respectively. 

The big winner of the day was once again Athletics, as Manjit Singh and Jinson Johnson grabbed a medal each in Men's 800m. Singh finished with a Gold, while Johnson won Silver. The Indian Mixed 4x400 team (Muhammed Anas, Hima Das, MR Poovamma, and Rajiv Arokia) also won the Silver medal.
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