Asian Games 2018: Indian women's volleyball team campaign ends after 0-3 loss against China

The Indian women's team ended its campaign at the 18th Asian Games, losing 0-3 to China in the last Pool B match of the volleyball competition in Jakarta on Monday.

Press Trust of India August 27, 2018 14:54:32 IST
Asian Games 2018: Indian women's volleyball team campaign ends after 0-3 loss against China

Jakarta: The Indian women's team ended its campaign at the 18th Asian Games, losing 0-3 to China in the last Pool B match of the volleyball competition in Jakarta on Monday.

Asian Games 2018 Indian womens volleyball team campaign ends after 03 loss against China

India's Nirmala and Anju Balakrishnan defend the net against Kazakhstan during the women's group B preliminary volleyball match at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta. AFP

In a 67-minute match, India lost 18-25, 19-25, 9-25 to China, who remained unbeaten in the pool stage.

It was India's fifth straight loss at the Games.

The Indian men's team will take on Pakistan in the quarterfinals for 7-12 classification places on Tuesday.

The Indian men's team finished in the second spot in pool F after winning against Hong Kong and Maldives.

They lost only to Qatar in the league stage.

 
 

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