Panghal in World Military Games quarters

The Tribune

The Tribune

Author 2019-10-22 10:11:00

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Wuhan: World Championships silver medallist Amit Panghal reached the boxing quarterfinals at the 7th CISM World Military Games here today. Panghal beat Tunisia’s Boughanmi Bilel 4-1 in the men’s 52kg category. Deepak beat Vietnam’s Nguyen Linh Phung 5-0 in the men’s 49kg class to make the last-8 stage. Chirag beat Venezuela’s Bonilla Jhoinen 5-0 in the 56kg category. However, Sanjeet suffered a 0-5 defeat at the hands of China’s Wang Zhibao in a 91kg Round of 32. Meanwhile, wrestler Sandeep Tomar has sustained a leg injury during the training and will not be competing in the tournament.

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