CWG 2022: Boxer Sagar punches his means right into Men’s Super Heavyweight semi-finals, ensures medal
Indian fighter Sagar that tackled the skilled and also effective Seychelles fighter Keddy Evans provided a difficult battle and also punched his means right into the semi-finals of the Men’s Super Heavyweight group.
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Sagar remained in full control of the video game and also won the clash on a consentaneous choice. In the preliminary, Sagar’s gameplay appeared to function and also saw it finish with 4 out of 5 courts offering the round in his favour.
Entering the 2nd round, Sagar showed his strategy and also responded to Keddy’s tried strikes. It also resulted in all 5 courts’ ratings remaining in favour of theIndian
By the 3rd round, Sagar had complete control and also Keddy looked tired after getting on the obtaining end of the hefty strikes.
Sagar safeguards th medal for in boxing as he installs a superb program to progress right into the semifinals. @AjaySingh_SG|@debojo_m @birminghamcg22 #Commonwealthgames#B2022#PunchMeinHainDum 2.0#birmingham22 pic.twitter.com/kGjkwKfcPe— Boxing Federation (@BFI_official) August 4, 2022
Earlier, Jaismine Lamboriya won her round by split choice to get in the semi-final at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Prior to that, Amit Panghal additionally made his means right into the semi-finals as he won the quarters in the guys’s flyweight group (51kg). He beat Scotland’s Lennon Mulligan in the quarterfinals by consentaneous choice (5:0)