Indian men’s Kho Kho team entered semi-finals of the 13th South Asian Games after clinching two wins in a day in Kathmandu on Monday. Continuing unbeaten run in the competition, India first thrashed hosts nation Nepal by an innings and 12 points with scores of 17-5 and later in the evening, went on to beat Bangladesh by an innings and two points with scores of 12-10. It was India’s third win in as many games in the ongoing tournament. After finishing top of the points table India will now take on bottom-placed Sri Lanka in the semi-final on Tuesday. In the other semi-final, Nepal will play against Bangladesh. Maharashtra’s Abhinandan Patil and Sagar Potdar were the chief architects of India’s win over Nepal. While Patil impressed everyone in the chase, Potdar showed his skills in the defence. Patil said his team is looking forward to continuing their unbeaten run in the competition. “I am happy that I’ve contributed to the team’s win. We are looking to continue winning. We have worked really hard