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Asian Games 2018 Badminton Men’s Team Highlights: India beat Maldives 3-0

Asian Games 2018 Badminton Men's Team Highlights: India displayed a solid performance as they defeated Maldives 3-0.

Asian Games 2018 Live Streaming Badminton Men's Team Live Score
Asian Games 2018 Highlights: India beat Maldives 3-0.

Asian Games 2018 Live Streaming Badminton Men’s Team Live Score: India opened their badminton campaign at the Asian Games on Sunday in the Men’s Team event. Kidambi Srikanth paired up with HS Prannoy to lead the India contingent in the men’s team event against Maldives on Sunday in their opening game. India are touted to be one of the favourites to lift the gold in mixed team event in badminton and had a strong start early as they picked up a perfect win to cement their confidence.

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Asian Games 2018 Badminton Men's Highlights

India win the match

India beat Maldives 3-0 in Men's team badminton. What a performance by India!

Results so far:

Nepal defeat Pakistan 3-1 in Men's Team Round of 16. Malaysia suffered 3-0 defeat at the hands of Japan in Men's Team Round of 16. Pakistan Women's suffer 0-3 loss against Chinese Taipei. Maldives Women suffer 3-2 against Nepal.

India extend their lead

India have won the second round in Men's team badminton. They lead 2-0 over Maldives. 

India pick up the lead

India have won the first round in Men's team badminton. They lead 1-0 over Maldives. 

India Men's Badminton Live

India is ready to kick off their badminton men's team event - They take on Maldives first.

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Asian Games 2018 Highlights: India beat Maldives.

Asian Games 2018 Highlights: PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth will look to break new grounds as they spearhead India’s charge for an elusive gold at the 18th Asian Games badminton event which begins with the team competitions in Jakarta from Sunday. India ended a 28-year-old medal drought when the women’s team, led by Saina Nehwal and Sindhu, clinched its maiden bronze medal at the 2014 edition at Incheon, South Korea. Before that, it was the men’s team, comprising Prakash Padukone and Vimal Kumar, who had claimed a bronze in the 1986 edition.

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