Tokyo Olympics LIVE: Seema Bisla lost in wrestling, Bajrang Punia will face Kyrgyzstan wrestler in a while

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Medal expected from Bajrang Punia.

Indian women’s hockey team and Great Britain are face to face in the bronze medal match. Both the teams are now tied at 3-3. At the same time the wrestling match has also started. India’s Seema Bisla lost 1-3 to Tunisia’s Sara Hamdi in the women’s freestyle 50kg category. Apart from this, medal Bajrang Punia will also have to compete in wrestling today. He is also expected to win a medal.

come back after
The women’s team made a comeback after going 2-0 down, the Indian team made a tremendous comeback in the second quarter and scored 3 goals in 4 minutes. Gurjit Kaur scored in the 25th and 26th minutes to level the first score 2-2. After this, Vandana Kataria gave the lead to Team India by scoring in the 29th minute. The score remained the same till half time.

Britain played attacking hockey in the first quarter
In the first quarter both the teams played attacking hockey. Great Britain secured a penalty corner in the second minute of the match. India’s goalkeeper Savita Poonia defended it well. Britain got the second penalty corner in the 10th minute. India also thwarted this penalty corner of Britain. Goalkeeper Savita Poonia again made a brilliant defense.

Britain got two penalty corners in the first quarter, but Indian goalkeeper Savita Poonia made both the penalty corners useless. In the second quarter, Britain’s Eli Rier scored in the 16th minute and Sarah Robertson in the 24th minute to give Britain the lead.

Aditi Ashok is second in golf
Indian golfer Aditi Ashok continues to perform well. Aditi is running second in the third round as well. Only America’s Nellie Korda is ahead of her.

In the men’s 50km walk event, Gurpreet Singh of India failed to complete the race. Poland’s David Tomala won the gold medal by covering this distance in 3 hours 50 minutes 8 seconds. Germany’s Jonathan Hilbert got silver and Canada’s Ivan Dunphy got bronze.

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