CWG 2018 | Vinesh Phogat wins gold in the Women's 50 kg category

Commonwealth Games 2018 Vinesh Phogat wins Gold in Women's 50kg freestyle category

Vinesh Phogat defeated Canada's Jessica Mac Donald in final

Earlier, Rio Olympic bronze medallist Sakshi Malik went down to Aminat Adeniyi of Nigeria 3-6 in a nervous bout to end her golden dreams.

India's gold rush on day ten of the Commonwealth Games 2018 continued as Vinesh Phogat and Sumit Malik won their final bouts in respective categories on Saturday at Gold Coast.

Tapsee Pannu, best known for her work in the films Pink, Naam Shabana and Judwaa 2, retweeted a news report on Vinesh's win with a clap emoticon, expressing joy on her win.

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With the Gold, Vinesh has become the first Indian woman to win two wrestling gold medals at the Commonwealth Games, having won the honour in Glasgow in 48 kg category. She will try for bronze now.

Sakshi Malik took the bronze medal in the women's 62kg category. MacDonald, on her part, could only manage 3 points by the time.

Sumit won the gold medal after a walkover in the final as Nigeria's Sinivie Boltic was unable to wrestle.

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Apart from the three gold medals, India claimed two Silver, both coming in boxing through Amit Phangal and Manish Kaushik. He earlier defeated Pakistan's Tayab Raza 10-4 in a dramatic bout.

Somveer defeated Alexander Moore of Canada 7-3 in the play-off for the bronze medal. Boxer Gaurav Solanki won men's 52kg Gold medal.

With the four wrestling medals, India's tally has now swelled up to 52 medals (23 Gold, 13 Silver and 16 Bronze), which further strengthened the third spot on the medals tally table.

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