On September 30, the Women's Basketball World Cup entered the semi-final match day, and the Chinese women's basketball team challenged Australia, the world's third Australia. The game itself is difficult, not to mention the bad news before this game, that is, Li Meng is absent due to injury. Han Xu was on standby for the bench, and Yang Liwei continued to lead the team to attack. The first section is difficult to separate, and Australia as a whole is dominant. The two sides fell into a defensive battle, and the Chinese team fell behind 13-17, with little disadvantage, because the other side established a slight advantage with continuous serves.
In the second quarter, Han Xu, the center who came on as a substitute, broke out and cut points in succession to help the team surpass the opponent! Han Xu can not only shoot suddenly, but also block, but also create three-point fouls. Wang Siyu and Yang Liwei were active, and the Chinese team extended the point difference and pressed the opponent 36-30 at the end of the half. In the third quarter, Australia counterattacked strongly, and in less than 2 and a half minutes in the quarter, the Chinese team immediately adjusted, and Han Xu came off the bench in advance! Han Xu scored consecutive points and was extremely efficient in the basket offense, helping the team to stabilize the rhythm, and at the end of the third quarter, the team still led by 3 points 47-44.
At the end of the quarter, Australia frantically counterattacked, once surpassed! George dropped the chain at a critical moment, and the Chinese team Han Xu played steadily and steadily, trying to turn the tide. In the final attack, Wang Siyu was fouled and hit with 2 penalties. The opponent's attack is unsuccessful, and the game is over! China won 61-59 and advanced to the final. Han Xu made 19 points and 11 boards on 8-of-10 off the bench. Yang Liwei scored 18 points and 4 assists in this campaign, and hit 7 of his 12 shots.
In the first semi-final played today, the US women's basketball team achieved a hanging play, and the first quarter played a huge disparity of 27-7, laying the upper hand. Since then, Canada has lost points step by step, and in the third quarter, it has played an 8-22 score, and once again it does not score double in a single quarter, which directly makes the game lose suspense. In the end, the U.S. women's basketball team defeated the opponent by a disparity of 83-43 to win and lock in the final seat.