Asian Games 2018: Indian men's sepaktakraw regu team goes down 0-2 against South Korea
The Indian men's sepaktakraw regu team lost to South Korea in a group match of the 18th Asian Games in Palembang on Saturday.
Palembang: The Indian men's sepaktakraw regu team lost to South Korea in a group match of the 18th Asian Games in Palembang on Saturday.
India lost 0-2 (6-21 7-21) to South Korea in their opening men's regu preliminary Group B match.
The Indian team plays against Malaysia on Sunday before taking on Nepal and China later in the tournament.
Earlier this week, India had won a historic Asian Games bronze medal in men's regu team competition.
Sepaktakraw is a volleyball-style sport in which players use their feet, head, knees and chest to hit the ball across the net. They are not allowed to use their hands.
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