Indian Boxer Performing Well In Commonwealth Games, 7 Medals Assured Till Now

Commonwealth Games 2022: Indian boxers are performing amazingly in the...

Commonwealth Games 2022: Indian boxers are performing amazingly in the Commonwealth Games being played in Birmingham. On Thursday, Indian boxers continued their stellar performance and have confirmed 7 medals for India. Sagar Ahlawat, Amit Panghal, Jasmine and Rohit Tokas reached the semi-finals of their respective category.

The 22-year-old Sagar of Haryana registered a 5-0 win over KD Evans Agnes of Seychelles in the quarterfinals of the men’s super heavyweight (+91kg) category. The boxer continued his dream run in his international debut and will now face Nigeria’s Ifini Onykwere in the last four.

Jasmine defeated New Zealand’s Troy Garten in a 4-1 split decision in the quarterfinals of the women’s lightweight (60kg) category. Although the match was tough, the Indian boxer dominated in the first round. But in the second round, Garten made a comeback, which surprised the Indian boxer.

Panghal is confident of winning gold

A day after Nikhat Zareen (50kg), Neetu Ganghas (48kg) and Mohammad Hussamuddin (57kg) confirmed medals in their respective categories, Panghal, the silver medalist of the previous edition in Gold Coast, won the flyweight (48-51kg) quarters. In the final he won by unanimous decision against Lennon Mulligan of Scotland. On the other hand, Rohit Tokas defeated Xavier Matafa of Niue on the basis of points in the men’s 67 kg category. beat 0.

The match between former World Championship silver medalist Panghal and Mulligan was not too challenging. The 26-year-old Indian boxer stunned his younger Scottish rival with his strong defence. Panghal collected points midway through a quick counter-attack.

The semi-finals will prove to be tough for Amit Panghal in which he will face Tokyo Olympian Patrick Chinayamba of Zambia. But the Indian boxer is full of confidence before the match. Panghal said, “I am confident of winning the gold medal, especially after this performance. I am working a lot on my stamina and footwork and feel very strong too. I know I can win every match.

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