The FIBA Women’s World Cup Puerto Rico vs Belgium match will be held on September 24, 9:30 PM (International Time) and September 24, 4:00 PM (Indian Time).
The match is Puerto Rico vs Belgium. Here results of some of the matches done in the FIBA women’s world cup. In a 69-64 victory over Japan on Friday in the women’s basketball World Cup, Jovana Nogic led five players for Serbia with 13 points. For Serbia (1-), who utilized a 24-9 first quarter to grab an early lead over the Tokyo Olympic silver medalists, Yvonne Anderson and Kristina Topuzovic both scored 12 points. With 6:45 remaining, Nogic scored a jumper and Ivana Raca made two free throws to regain a double-digit lead after Japan (1-1) fought back to draw within 58-52 on a free throw from Stephanie Mawuli early in the fourth quarter. With 33 seconds left, Japan had trimmed the deficit to 67-62, but Mawuli committed an offensive foul.
Eight seconds later, Anderson made two free throws to secure the victory. The United States defeated Puerto Rico 106-42; China defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 98-51, and Belgium defeated South Korea 84-61 in other games on Friday. Later on Friday, Australia played Mali while Canada played France.
Later, Han Xu of China scored 18 points and Li Meng added 17 to help China defeat Bosnia and Herzegovina easily and maintain its perfect record. China (2-0) only led 26-21 at the end of the first quarter in a close game, but the Asian country took control of the game with an 11-2 run to open the second. The last two points of the burst were scored by Han. China had a 50-31 lead at the halfway point. Now Puerto Rico will face Belgium and it would be tough for Puerto Rico as Belgium is one of the strongest contenders in the FIBA world cup.
The FIBA Women’s World Cup Puerto Rico vs Belgium match will be held on September 24, 9:30 PM (International Time) and September 24, 4:00 PM (Indian Time). Fans can live stream the match on Courtside 1891 and Indians can log in to Youtube.
Puerto Rico: Jazmon Gwathmey, Jennifer O’neill, Pamela Rosado, Isalys Quinones, Zaida Gonzalez
Belgium: Elise Ramette, Antonia Delaere, Laure Resimont, Emma Meesseman, Kyara Linskens