Amit Panghal at CWG 2022: One other Indian boxer has made it to the ultimate within the ongoing Commonwealth Video games 2022 in Birmingham. After feminine boxer Neetu, male boxer Amit Panghal has gained his semi-final match. Amit defeated Zambian boxer Patrick Chinyemba within the semi-final match of the lads’s flyweight class (48-51kg). With this, a minimum of Amit’s silver medal has been confirmed.
Amit was behind within the first spherical. Three out of 5 judges named Zambia’s Patrick Chinyemba because the winner of the primary spherical. After this, Amit made a powerful comeback within the second spherical and managed to get all of the 5 judges in his favor. After this there was a contest within the third spherical. Right here additionally Amit was declared the winner by 4 judges. Ultimately, extra factors of the 5 judges fell in favor of Amit within the complete rating and he managed to win this huge match 5-0.
Weight Class – 51 kg Semi-Finals@boxerpanghal who gained by Unanimous Determination (5:0) and can now play for GOLD
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Amit Panghal equally defeated the opposition boxer within the quarter-finals. He defeated Lennon Mulligan of Scotland 5-0. Panghal, exhibiting a superb protection towards Mulligan, threw punches in between. Allow us to inform you that Amit Panghal gained the silver medal final time within the Commonwealth Video games held in Gold Coast.
Neetu additionally made it to the ultimate
Simply earlier than Amit, feminine boxer Neetu has additionally made her place within the closing. She entered the ultimate by defeating Priyanka Dhillon of Canada within the girls’s 45-48kg semi-final. On this match, Neetu threw so many punches on the Canadian boxer within the third spherical that the referee needed to cease the sport and declare him the winner.
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