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India’s men’s hockey team advances to the Commonwealth Games 2022 semifinals with a 4-1 victory over Wales

A hat-trick by Harmanpreet Singh and a goal by Gurjant Singh propelled India to the final four stage in Commonwealth Games 2022. Gareth Furlong scored the Welsh team’s consolation goal.

Wales went on the offensive right away, putting pressure on the Indian defence. However, India began to counter their opponents’ offence by creating entries into the circle.

The first quarter of the hockey match between the two teams India and Wales ended in a stalemate as the Welsh defence held firm and prevented the Indian forwards from having much success.

India began the second quarter differently than the first, going on the offensive and earning their first penalty corner of the game in the third minute of the second 15 minutes. However, the Welsh defence was strong enough to thwart the attempt.

India’s performance in Commonwealth Games 2022

India’s performance in the ongoing Commonwealth Games: Birmingham 2022 is exceptional and meets expectations. India has won medals in the last few hours, increasing our country’s position on the Commonwealth Games 2022 list. Mirabai Chanu, Sanket Sargar, Gururaja Poojary, Bindya Rani Devi, Jeremy Lalrinnunga, and Achinta Sheuli have all won medals for India.

Another outstanding performance by Indian athletes, with history being written across athletics and squash events. The judo team and weightlifters continued to shine at CWG 2022, winning two more medals. Speaking of athletics, Tejaswin Shankar made history by winning India’s first-ever high jump medal at the Commonwealth Games 2022.

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Tulika Maan won silver in the women’s 78 kg category in Judo, giving the contingent three medals at the Birmingham Games. Saurav Ghosal outperformed England’s James Willstrop, winning 11-6, 11-1, 11-4 and securing India’s first squash singles bronze medal. Lovepreet Singh and Gurdeep Singh won bronze medals in the men’s 109kg and 109+ kg weightlifting events, respectively.

Despite winning four medals on Day 6, India fell one place in the medals table and is now ranked seventh. The India CWG medal tally currently stands at five gold, six silver, and five bronze medals, bringing the total to 18 medals. The following athletes from India have won medals at the Birmingham Games.

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