India’s men’s compound team of Abhishek Verma, Ojas Deotale and Prathamesh Jawkar secured another archery gold medal after its 235-230 win against South Korea in the Asian Games on Thursday.
India was the first to go ahead, leading 58-55 courtesy of five nine-pointers by South Korea.
The Koreans again missed a 10 in the early shots of End 2 to go another point behind. The Indian team, in the other end, continued striking the inner circle.
Jawkar miscued one arrrow for an eight but India still led 116-114 at the conclusion of End 2.
The third end started with Korea scoring 28/30 while India managed a perfect 30. Another nine from Korea in the second trio of arrows helped extend its lead to five points to 175-170 after End 3.
India scored 60/60 in the final end to ensure that Korea got no space to make its way back