Although the Indonesian pair knocked down only 442 in the fifth game, they managed to remain in the lead. Australia took over second spot with 459 as the Thai stumbled to a low 383. The third Chinese pair of Qi Wankang and Wang Zhiyong showed promise after moving up to fourth.
With a benchmark of 2901 set by Squad 1 leader of Du Jianchao and Wang Hongbo, the Indonesian needed a massive 535 or more to beat the Chinese pair for the gold. Ramadona was unlucky after encountering a split in his last frame to end with 234.
Fortunately, Rezaldy struck in his last frame ending with 245 and a sixth game total of 479, pipping Korea's Kim Junyung and Kang Heewon by three pins to clinch the silver medal with 2845. Kim and Kang settled for the bronze medal with 2842.
Australia, who finished second to the Indonesians in this squad with 2817, ended in sixth overall. Thailand, who was third with 2811, finished seventh. Syafiq Ridhwan and Tun Hakim of Malaysia, who was third in the first squad, was knocked off the podium to end up in fourth with 2838.