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Asian Games 2023 Live Updates (September 21): In the men’s match, Sunil Chhetri’s strike helps India beat Bangladesh 1-0.

Asian Games 2023 Live (September 21): From the first appearance of the Indian women's cricket team and men's hockey teams to the second appearance of Sunil Chhetri and Co.Asian Games 2023 Live: From women’s cricket team to men’s hockey team, the Indian contingent is looking to deliver a big performance in Hangzhou on Thursday.

Asian Games 2023 Live Updates (September 21): The Indian men’s football team recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Bangladesh in their second Group A game after suffering a 1-5 defeat at the hands of hosts China on Tuesday.

It was Sunil Chhetri – the most experienced player in the Indian team that traveled to China – who scored the winner for India from the penalty spot after Bryce Miranda was brought down inside the box in the final minutes of the game.

Earlier, after being asked to bat first, the Indian women’s cricket team finished the first innings with a strong score of 173/2 in a rain-interrupted 15-over innings. Shafali Verma scored 67 runs in 39 balls, while Jemimah Rodrigues (47* in 29 balls) and Richa Ghosh (21* in 7 balls) played brilliant cameos. However, the match was abandoned due to bad weather after only two balls were bowled in the second innings.

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India will begin their campaign on Thursday with the quarter-finals against a yet to be decided opponent. (BCCI/Twitter)

While India’s team selection has once again raised questions, his talent cannot be denied.

But Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana & Co. should be wary of narrowing the gap between themselves and their nearest rivals in Asia. Former Indian captain Mithali Raj says that even more so in the T20 format.

He said, “I am keeping an eye on the progress of the Sri Lankan and Pakistan teams. Both have won against very good teams like England, New Zealand and South Africa,” Mithali told The Indian Express. “They are coming into the Asian Games with enthusiasm after a good series,” he said. Bangladesh has also performed very well against India. We are favorites, but I consider this Asian Games to be very competitive. [Read more]

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First published: 21-09-2023 at 06:10 IST

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