Pakistan’s first success in 2014 Asian Games

Pakistan’s first success in 2014 Asian Games | PakistanTribe.comINCHEON – Pakistani squad got first success in 2014 Asian Games undergoing in South Korean city Incheon, PakistanTribe.com reported.

Pakistani Wushu player Maratab Ali secured Bronze medal in semifinal stage.

Though, Pakistani player lost the match against his Chinese rival but he earned Bronze.

Meanwhile, Pakistan started off their squash team event campaign on Tuesday with a win, defeating Qatar 3-0 in their Group A match of the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.

Pakistan’s Danish Atlas Khan defeated Abdulwahab Khalid Al Ishaq 3-0 with a scoreline of 11-3, 11-2 and 11-0.

In the next match, Nasir Iqbal downed Abdulla Mohammed Al Tamimi 3-0 with a scoreline of 11-3, 11-3 and 11-7.

With the Pakistan team already winning the best of three match, Farhan Zaman beat Mahawesh Sadam Sarhan 3-0 again, registering scores of 11-8, 11-2 and 11-8 to end the game.

Pakistan will now face South Korea and Hong Kong on the Thursday. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s women team will also kick-off its Group B campaign against China and India on the same day.

Green shirts had won 195 medals at the Asian Games since 1954 | PakistanTribe.com
Green shirts had won 195 medals at the Asian Games since 1954.

188 athletes have representing the country in 23 disciplines of 2014 Asian Games.

China is leading the medals table while host South Korea is at second position.

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