More gold medals were won by China on November 22 at the Asian Games in New Delhi.
(Chinese in green shorts and white tops/DPR Koreans in red)
GV PAN China scores at beginning of match, crowd applauds as play continues.
GV PAN Koreans attempting and failing to score, Chinese players take possession of ball and score.
GV PAN Korea scores.
GV PAN China keeps pressure on Korea, and scores again.
GV Korea scores from penalty, China attacks Korean goal-area, and scores again PAN TO scoreboard showing China leading 22-17.
GV Panel of judges.
GV PAN Start of second half: Korea lose control of ball. China scores.
SV Korean and Chinese reserve players watching.
GV PAN china attacking Korea and failing to score.
GV Scoreboard showing China 104/Korea 87.
GV Medals presented for Women's individual gymnastics events: Gold to china's Chen Yong Yan.
GV Silver medal being presented to China's Wu Jiani.
SPORT: ASIAD GAMES
Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved
Background: More gold medals were won by China on November 22 at the Asian Games in New Delhi. the Chinese then took a commanding lead with eleven gold, followed by Japan with eight and North Korea with four. China first participated in the Asian Games in 1974 and its athletes seem determined to make these ninth games, being conducted in India, a memorable one. In men's basketball, China playing in the green shorts and white tops, were quick to score and in defence the pressure in their North Korean opponents. the first half of the match was evenly contested, although China held a five point lead on the change. After half-time, the Chinese displayed brilliant teamwork and clever tactics to take charge of the match. Although many fouls were declared, China went on to defeat North Korea by 104-to-87. Earlier -- gold Chen Yong Yan led her team to gold, while winning the individual title with an almost flawless performance. Her compatriot, Wu Jiani, was awarded a maximum of ten points on the long beam, but faltered on the vault to finish with silver.