Vietnam bagged four more gold medals on December 9 at the ongoing 27 th SEA Games, putting it second on the medal tally with six golds, three silvers and five bronzes, only behind the host Myanmar .

Two golds were earned by wrestlers. Doi Dang Tien, 55 kg, defeated his Thai rival Kri Tsada, while his teammate Tran Van Tuong outplayed his Lao rival to top the 66 kg category.

Wushu artists also had an impressive performance on the third day, when Nguyen Thi Chinh and Nguyen Thu Hoai overwhelmed their Philippine rivals in the women’s Shanshou category.

Two days ago, two gold medals were earned by Wushu artists Duong Thuy Vi and Hoang Thi Phuong Giang.

Therefore, with four gold medals, the country’s Wushu team completed its target of two to three gold medals.

Vietnam set a goal of gaining at least 70 gold medals at the 27th SEA Games, which will last until December 22.-VNA