In the third set, China rested their best players and instead fielded several substitutions including Chen Jial, Zhao Xiyu, Wang Fengjial and Yang Fangxu, giving Chinese Taipei another life to come back mightily.
Trailing narrowly 20-23, the Taiwanese girls upped their tempo to overcome the taller blockers with their brave attacks from Wu Wei-Hua and Hsu I-Mei.
Chinese Taipei came whisker of winning the set, but China performed superbly to foil the smaller rivals’ utmost attempts. China captured the hard-fought set 25-22 and the match.
Tang Ningya bagged 12 points for China, while Wu Wei-Hua led Chinese Taipei with 11 points.
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