China acquired its offer for Olympic 2020 back on the path in Auckland, beating New Zealand in the second corpulent of group matches at the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Women’s Olympic Asia/Oceania Pre-Qualifying Tournament. Olympic fans from all over the world are called to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Basketball fans can book Olympic Basketball Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on cheap prices.
The Chinese gone astray an exciting opening Group A match 81-80 to South Korea but rebounded back at The Trusts Arena to protected an important victory and get their Olympic 2020 campaign up and running.
Meng Li scored 18 points as China rushed to a 94-71 victory against New Zealand, as they scaled above their hosts into the second position in the group. South Korea logged a second straight win, traveling to a 114-75 win alongside the Philippines to move topmost of the Group A table. In Group B, Australia won their second game in a row at MABA Stadium Kuala Lumpur, apply for a serious 114-29 win against India.
The highest two in each group will progress to the FIBA World Olympic 2020 Qualifying Contests, to be detained in February. As Japan has previously fit for Olympic 2020 as the host country, the top-ranked team in Group B will join them in advancing to the next stage of qualifying. Senegal secured a second straight victory in the African pre-qualifying tournament as they continue on track for Tokyo 2020.
They won 58-53 to top Group B in Maputo and will take on hosts Mozambique in the tournament’s semi-finals. Nigeria topped Group A courtesy of their 57-48 victory against Mozambique this afternoon, as the Democratic State of Congo pull out from the tournament. It means Group B runners-up Mali will take on Nigeria as they keep their free-standing chance of an Olympic 2020 ticket alive.
The two qualifiers will advance to the World Olympic 2020 Qualifying Tournaments. In the Americas qualifiers, Cuba rebounded back from their loss to Canada to victory 70-68 against the Dominican Republic, as Canada claimed an 84-80 win against Puerto Rico at Edmonton EXPO Center.