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Indian eves suffer shock defeat to Iran in kabaddi final

By The Assam Tribune
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JAKARTA, Aug 24: Iran hurt India�s pride in kabaddi yet again as it delivered a second straight knockout punch to the sport�s most successful nation in the women�s gold medal match of the 18th Asian Games here today.

The two-time defending champions were shocked 24-27 in a thrilling final as the firm favourites settled for silver.

India�s raiders disappointed in the title clash as Iran came from behind to jolt them in the second half.

The Iranian women emulated thus their male counterparts, who had shocked seven-time champions India in the semifinals yesterday.

Payel and Sonali were effective with their raids while the defenders also handled the tackles well as the Indians raced to a 7-3 lead.

The most dangerous looking Iranian was Azadeh Saidisiahbidi but she was forced out after a successful tackle.

Randeep Kaur went for a raid after Iran�s two-point raid but she was unsuccessful as Iran gradually reduced the deficit to 6-7. � PTI

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Indian eves suffer shock defeat to Iran in kabaddi final

JAKARTA, Aug 24: Iran hurt India�s pride in kabaddi yet again as it delivered a second straight knockout punch to the sport�s most successful nation in the women�s gold medal match of the 18th Asian Games here today.

The two-time defending champions were shocked 24-27 in a thrilling final as the firm favourites settled for silver.

India�s raiders disappointed in the title clash as Iran came from behind to jolt them in the second half.

The Iranian women emulated thus their male counterparts, who had shocked seven-time champions India in the semifinals yesterday.

Payel and Sonali were effective with their raids while the defenders also handled the tackles well as the Indians raced to a 7-3 lead.

The most dangerous looking Iranian was Azadeh Saidisiahbidi but she was forced out after a successful tackle.

Randeep Kaur went for a raid after Iran�s two-point raid but she was unsuccessful as Iran gradually reduced the deficit to 6-7. � PTI

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