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.
India fought hard in the fourth quarter to bounce back but it was not enough as Indonesia kept on scoring at regular intervals.
Andakara Prastawa led the Indonesian team with 18 points.
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