Hangzhou, September 9 (ZXS) -- On the fifth day after the opening of the Hangzhou Asian Games, the Chinese team won 28 of the 35 gold medals that day, leading the gold medals and medals with 14 gold, 90 silver, 51 bronze and 26 medals.

As of the 28th, South Korea (24 gold), Japan (18 gold), Uzbekistan (6 gold), India (6 gold), Thailand (6 gold), Hong Kong (5 gold), Chinese Taipei (4 gold) ranked 2-8 in the gold medal list.

The tennis tournament has not yet entered the gold medal battle, and the Chinese team has won a championship and runner-up ahead of schedule. In the women's singles semifinals on the 28th, the top seed of the tournament, China's "post-00s" young player Zheng Qinwen defeated the Philippines and met Zhu Lin of Lectra Japan in the final, which was also the Chinese women's tennis team in two consecutive Asian Games to win the women's singles championship and runner-up in advance.

In the men's singles semifinals of tennis on the same day, Zhang Zhizhen, the "first brother" of Chinese tennis, defeated the Uzbekistan player to advance to the final, and will compete with Japan's Yosuke Mianguan for the gold medal.

In the pool battle, the Chinese swimming team remained unstoppable, winning 7 of the 5 gold medals of the day. Zhang Yufei, the "Queen of the Butterfly", won the women's 50m freestyle championship with a record-breaking result, and won the gold medals in the five events she has participated in, becoming the only five-time champion of this Asian Games so far.

"Frog King" Qin Haiyang did not miss much, winning the men's 200m breaststroke final, also breaking the event record. In the men's 4x100m freestyle and women's 4x200m freestyle relay events, the overall strong Chinese team won the championship with absolute strength.

In the women's 200m breaststroke final, China's Ye Shiwen won the championship. The London Olympic double champion rose to fame but entered a long slump and is finally ushering in his second spring. After the game, Ye Shiwen said that she will have the next peak.

Gymnastics produced five individual gold medals, with the Chinese team winning only one, won by world champion Lan Xingyu in the men's ring final. North Korea's 5-year-old Ahn Chang-ok was crowned with the women's vault and uneven bars crowns. Defending champion Chinese Taipei's "Tumbling Boy" Lee Ji-kai won gold in the men's pommel horse.

Uzbekistan's Chusovykina, who won gold at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, finished fourth in the women's vault. After the competition, the 48-year-old veteran, known as "Qiu Ma" by the Chinese public, said she would continue training to qualify for the Olympics.

On the closing day of taekwondo, Chinese athletes Zhou Zeqi and Song Zhaoxiang won the women's 67kg and men's 80kg and <>kg championships respectively, marking a successful end to the Chinese taekwondo team's Asian Games journey.

A total of 13 gold medals were awarded in the taekwondo competition at the Asian Games, and the Chinese taekwondo team won 5 golds, 1 silver and 2 bronzes, competing with the Korean team (5 golds, 2 silvers and 2 bronzes), the "dream team" of taekwondo, creating its best record in previous Asian Games.

The wushu competition also entered its final day, with all five Chinese athletes winning gold medals in the final of the seven divisions of sanda. A total of 7 gold medals were awarded in the wushu events of the Asian Games, and the Chinese team won 5 championships in all events.

In the fencing competition, the Chinese team won 1 gold and 1 silver. The Chinese women's foil team, led by Huang Qianqian, the women's foil individual gold medalist at the Asian Games, defeated the South Korean team and exchanged the silver medal from the previous Asian Games for a gold medal. The Chinese men's sabre team won the team runner-up, and the South Korean team achieved the "three consecutive championships" of the Asian Games in this event.

The pace of the Chinese shooting team's Hangzhou Asian Games victory was interrupted on the 28th. In the five competitions played that day, the Chinese team only won one silver and one bronze in the men's 5m air pistol team competition and the mixed team competition of skeet. The North Korean and Vietnamese athletes won their respective delegations' first gold medals at the Asian Games.

After 13 years, the Go event, which entered the Asian Games again, produced its first gold medal on the 28th. The 26-year-old Chinese youngest "eight-time champion" Ke Jie lost to Chinese Taipei's "post-00s" Xu Haojun and won the silver medal.

After the Chinese men's volleyball team lost to Iran in the final and missed the gold medal, another Chinese men's volleyball team passed by the champion. In the beach volleyball men's final, the Chinese team lost 0:2 to Qatar and won the runner-up.

In the table tennis mixed doubles 1/4 final, both pairs successfully advanced to the semifinals. Among them, Lin Gaoyuan/Wang Yidi eliminated the Japanese pair Zhang Benzhihe/Hina Hayata 3:1, while Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha defeated Hong Kong pair Huang Zhenting/To Kaixuan 3:0.

In the second round of the men's and women's singles and men's and women's doubles knockout tournaments of table tennis on the same day, the Chinese players successfully passed the test.

After defeating Mongolia 16:0, the Chinese women's football team swept Uzbekistan 28:6 on the evening of the 0th, winning two consecutive group games to advance to the quarterfinals. The Chinese men's basketball team defeated Chinese Taipei 89:69, also ushering in two consecutive victories in this Asian Games. (End)