According to the ASG 2019 medal table, Indonesia bagged 20 gold, 20 silver and 15 bronze medals as of Sunday evening as compared to 13 gold, 8 silver and 10 bronze medals the day before.
Thailand came in second with 17 gold, 19 silver and 20 bronze medals, while Malaysia secured the third place with 15 gold, 15 silver and 13 bronze medals.
Singapore was ranked fourth, with Vietnam trailing behind in fifth, the Philippines in sixth, Laos in seventh, Brunei Darussalam in eighth and Cambodia in ninth.
Indonesia won the gold medals on the third day of the ASG 2019, among others, from badminton in men’s and women’s mixed teams, tennis in women’s mixed team and swimming, while the silver medals were grabbed in table tennis, sepak takraw and javelin throw.
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