In the Commonwealth Games in Australia’s Gold Coast, India has confirmed five medals in men’s boxing.
Shortly before, Satish Kumar defeated Nigel Paul of Trinidad and Tobago and entered the semi-finals. They became the fifth Indian male boxer to reach the semi-finals.
Prior to this, Manoj Kumar of India has defeated Terry Nicolas of Australia in the 69kg category of boxing and entered the semi-finals. Manoj was the fourth Indian male boxer to reach the semi-finals on Tuesday.
Hussamuddin Mohammed has made another medal for India, reaching the semi-finals of 56kg in Boxing. He defeated Zambia’s Everesto Mulenga in the quarterfinals.
Naman Tanwar won the quarterfinals of 95kg category and made it to the last four. Tanwar defeated Frank Maaso of Samoa.
Apart from this, Amit Pagal has also made the medal in the 46-to-49 kilo weight category of Boxing by defeating Akil Ahmed of Scotland in the Kg. Category.
If Amit pagal and Naman Tanwar are not successful in winning the semifinal, they will still be given a bronze medal.
India’s shooter Heena Sidhu has won gold medal in the 25 meter pistol event.
It is India’s 11th gold medal in the Commonwealth Games.
Hina made new games record at Belmont Shooting Center They hit gold medal with 38 points.
Australia got the silver medal in the tournament and Malaysia’s bronze medal.
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In 2018, India beat Malaysia 2-1 in Pool B match of men’s hockey. With this victory, India has made a place in the semi-finals.
Earlier, India had defeated Wales and was drawing a match with Pakistan. With this, India is at the peak in its pool with seven points.
Harmanpreet of India scored a goal in the third minute and scored the team 1-0 ahead. However, India’s lead could only last for 13 minutes and Malaysia’s Faisal Surna scored the equal goal in the 16th minute.
Until half time both teams were on one with one another. After this, Harmanpreet scored another goal in 44th minute and Malaysia faced 2-1 defeat