The hosts thus avenged their loss against their opponents a few days back, which was India's first victory of the tournament.
Considering that India started their campaign with a 72-79 loss against Thailand, the second-place finish could be considered a creditable one.
The first quarter of the game saw both the teams competing neck and neck but Indonesia took a single point lead over India. The hosts increased the lead even further in the next two quarters, making it 58-45.
Andakara Prastawa led the Indonesian team with 18 points.
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