Dynamic Denmark win first Thomas Cup title, beat Indonesia 3-2

TOPSHOT - Jan O Jorgensen of Denmark celebrates his victory against Anthony Ginting of Indonesia during their men's singles finals group match in the Thomas Cup badminton tournament in Kunshan, eastern China's Jiangsu Province on May 22, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE

KUNSHAN: Denmark created history by winning the Thomas Cup Finals for the first time.

After crashing out in eight previous finals since the tournament’s inception in 1949, Denmark finally got their acts right by beating fancied Indonesia 3-2 in the final to become the first European country to win the world team title.

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