India wasted no time in launching their first ‘all-out’ on Thailand in the opening minutes of the match.
Shortly after, India secured a point in the raid and successfully tackled the last Thai player, resulting in a second ‘all-out’.
During a raid attempt by Pramot Saising, the final Thai player, India forcefully executed a third ‘all-out’ just before halftime.
India maintained their dominance in the second half and executed another successful ‘all-out’, widening their lead to 53-17.
Thailand struggled in their raid attempts, allowing India to continually increase their lead in the second half.
However, Thailand put up a fight in the second half, resulting in a 26-17 victory for India and securing the match.
The Indian men’s team previously achieved an impressive 55-18 victory over Bangladesh on Tuesday.
Following the men’s successful performance, the women’s team, previous runners-up, faced Thailand and delivered an outstanding performance, gaining a commanding 32-9 lead in the first half and maintaining a 22-13 lead in the second half.
As a result, the women’s team topped their group and secured a spot in the semifinals.
On Tuesday, the women’s team achieved a convincing 56-23 victory over South Korea in their second Group A match.
In their opening match on Monday, the women’s team surprisingly drew 34-34 against Chinese Taipei.
In the men’s event, India is grouped with Bangladesh, Chinese Taipei, Thailand, and Japan in Group A, while Group B consists of Iran, Korea, Pakistan, and Malaysia.
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