Day 14, Asian Games: India Bt Pakistan to Win Men’s Hockey Bronze

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Akashdeep Singh celebrates with teammates after scoring their first goal against Pakistan during the India vs Pakistan bronze medal at the 2018 Asian Games.
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  • Boxer Amit Panghal bags gold after beating Rio Olympics gold medallist Hasanboy Dusmatov.
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  • Indian women’s squash team bag silver after losing 0-2 to Hong Kong, China.
  • India win 15 gold, 24 silver and 30 bronze medals at Asian Games 2018.
Day 14, Asian Games: India Bt Pakistan to Win Men’s Hockey Bronze
Day 14, Asian Games: India Bt Pakistan to Win Men’s Hockey Bronze
Day 14, Asian Games: India Bt Pakistan to Win Men’s Hockey Bronze
8:51 PM , 01 Sep

Diving: Siddharth Bajrang Pardeshi Finishes Ninth

Siddharth Bajrang Pardeshi finishes ninth in the men’s 10m platform with a score of 375.30.

With this result, the Asian Games for the Indian contingent comes to an end. This was the last event in which an Indian took part at the Games.

India have won a total of 69 medals (15 gold, 24 silver and 30 bronze) in the competition.

There is only one event on Sunday – Triathlon. There is no Indian team in that event.

7:49 PM , 01 Sep

Diving: Last Indian in Action

The last Indian in action at the Asian Games – Siddharth Bajrang Pardeshi is currently competing in the men's 10m platform event. He has recorded a score of 190.70 in three dives.

5:25 PM , 01 Sep

Hockey: India Win Bronze!

India have held onto their 2-1 lead and that’s the end of the 60 minutes of this bronze medal match.

India finishing third and Pakistan, for the first time in Asian Games history, returning without a medal in hockey.

Akashdeep Singh (third minute) and Harmnanpreet Singh (50th) scored for the 2014 champions, while Muhammad Atiq (52nd minute) was the lone Pakistani to convert in the third place match.

5:23 PM , 01 Sep

Hockey: Pakistan Remove Keeper

Two minutes left in the match and Pakistan have removed their keeper, in search of the equaliser.

Remember India had conceded an equaliser to Malaysia in the last two minutes of regulation time.


Published: 31 Aug 2018, 6:20 PM IST
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