The Indian women’s kabaddi team secured at least a silver medal at the ongoing Asian Games in Hangzhou on October 6, following their victory in the semi-final against Nepal. Led by Ritu Negi, the Indian team dominated the match, defeating Nepal with a commanding score of 61-17. By half-time, India was in control with a score of 29-10.
In the second half, the Indian team continued to display their all-round skills, securing nine bonus points and inflicting five all-outs on their opponents. With this impressive performance, India advanced to the final. They will face either Iran or Chinese Taipei in the gold medal match, scheduled for Saturday at 7:00 AM IST.
“INTO THE FINALS! The Indian Kabaddi Women’s Team showed their dominance against Nepal with an incredible scoreline of 61-17, securing their spot in the FINALS! With this victory, India is assured at least a Silver. Now, we’re all set for an epic final showdown! #Cheer4India #JeetegaBharat #BharatAtAG22 #Hallabol,” tweeted Sports Authority of India (SAI) Media.
On the same day, the men’s kabaddi team will compete against arch-rivals Pakistan in a highly anticipated match, with the winner advancing to the final. This clash is scheduled for 12:30 PM IST. It’s worth noting that the Indian men’s kabaddi team has already secured a medal at the Hangzhou Games, adding to the excitement surrounding their upcoming match against Pakistan.
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