Asian Games 2018, Sepak Takraw, Women's Quadrant Preliminary Group B, Day 12: India vs Thailand, Live Score, Latest Updates & Results

India loses 0-2 to Thailand.
Updated: 30 August 2018 15:46 IST - Published: August, 30 2018 02:55 PM IST
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There you have it then! The Indian eves' disastrous campaign comes to an end as they finish with four losses from four games. 

The final nail in the coffin has been laid as Thailand complete a dominating 2-0 win over the Indian eves. 

Final score
The Indian women already in a spot of bother, as Thailand takes the first game! 

India trail 0-1
We are underway at the JSC Ranau Hall!
In the path to this clash, the Indian women's team has endured a rocky path, losing all three of their clashes. 

The eves lost 0-2 to Japan, Malaysia and Vietnam. With one game remaining, they will hope to put in a positive performance and end their campaign on a high. 
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Day 11 had a slow start but gradually picked up!

Indian pugilists Amit Panghal and Vikas Krishan won their quarterfinal bouts against Jang Ryong Kim and Tuoheta Erbieke Tanglatihan, respectively, to assure at least a Bronze each for India. The two will be in action in the semifinals tomorrow!

Meanwhile, another medal was assured as The Indian Women's squash team of Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal, Sunanya Kuruvilla, and Tanvi Khanna defeated China and secured a place in the Semifinals of the event.

Manika Batra and Achanta Sharath created history yesterday as they won the second ever (and first in Mixed Doubles) Bronze medal for India in Table Tennis at Asiad.

However, the highlight of the day was athletics again! India bagged a silver and two golds. The silver was won by Dutee Chand in Women's 200m. A historic gold for Swapna Barman who fought off a toothache to clinch the first ever Women's Heptathon medal for India. Arpinder Singh won himself a gold too in Men's triple jump, an event in which the gold came after 48 years!!

Time is ticking really fast and we are on Day 12 of the Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games already.

Sepak Takraw action continues on Day 12. 

India lost to 0-2 to Japan in their first Group B encounter. They also lost their second and third encounters against Malaysia and Vietnam with the same scoreline.

Tharangini Annam, Manisha Kumar, Maipak Devi Ayekpam, Aruna Devi Mutum, Khushbu, Chaoba Devi Oinam will now look to make a turn-around as they face Thailand today!
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