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Commonwealth Games 2018: Badminton Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal Match, India's Satwik Rankireddy, Ashwini Ponnappa fighting for medal, Live Updates

Chan and Goh def Rankireddy and Ponnappa 21-19, 21-19 to get the bronze medal
Updated: 14 April 2018 17:29 IST - Published: 14 April 2018 13:34 IST
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Final score: Chan and Goh def Rankireddy and Ponnappa 21-19, 21-19 to get the bronze medal
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In her fourth match of the day, Ashwini Ponnappa made it that close! Both she and Satwik looked drained towards the end, but they never stopped fighting!

So much respect for both!
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AND MALAYSIA GET THE BRONZE MEDAL!!!!!
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Yellow card for Malaysia for wasting time
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MALAYSIA SEND IT WIDE!

20-19
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INDIA SAVE ANOTHER BRONZE MEDAL POINT

Malaysia up 20-18
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Malaysia had five bronze medal points at 20-15 but a couple have been saved
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It's 19-15 to Malaysia!

The Indians are looking drained now
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WHAT A SHOT FROM PONNAPPA!

India now trail 14-17
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Ashwini is hitting into the net now!

It's 17-12 to Malaysia
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The Malaysians have progressed to 15-12 now after adding three points in a row
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AND THE INDIANS HAVE DRAWN LEVEL!

12-12
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And they now trail by one point
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INDIA ARE CONSTANTLY ON THE HEELS OF THE MALAYSIAN PAIR!!!

10-12
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11-8 to Malaysia at the mid-game interval.
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It's 10-8 to Malaysia
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It's been the same story throughout the match.

Malaysia go up and India play catch-up!

Malaysia were up 9-7 and India get another point
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AND IT IS 7-7

India are not going away anywhere!!!!
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Fabulous smash from Rankireddy and they get one vital point

5-7
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Ponnappa can't control a shot at the net and India are now at 4-7
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AND TEAM INDIA STORMS BACK TO 4-4
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India get two points in a row and now trail 3-4
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It's 4-1 to Malaysia
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It's 3-1 to Malaysia in Game 2
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INDIA WERE VERY, VERY CLOSE! CAN THEY COME BACK IN GAME 2?
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It's 21-19 to Team Malaysia as they pocket the first game.
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What a rally! And Malaysia have a game point here at 20-19
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AND IT IS 19-19

WHAT A MATCH!!
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It's a cracker of a match!


18-18
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Ashwini is showing all her experience in this game!

It's 18-16 to Team India
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It's 17-15 for the Indian pair currently
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It's 14-14

WHAT A MATCH!!!!!
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It's 13-13 now

Pretty tight!
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IT'S DEAD EVEN NOW AS THE INDIANS SHOW GREAT FIGHTING SPIRIT!

11-11
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Malaysia get two points in a row to race ahead to 10-7
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BODY SMASH FROM SATWIK AND INDIA NOW TRAIL 7-8
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Malaysia are looking strong at the moment as they race ahead to 7-5
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3 points in a row for Malaysia and they inch ahead to 5-4
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A couple of quick points for the Indian pair and they go up to 4-2
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And it is 2-2
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Can Ponnappa get her 2nd medal of the day? She earlier won the bronze in women's doubles!!!
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India have opened up a 2-0 lead
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And we are off!
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Badminton Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal Match between Satwik Rankireddy/Ashwini Ponnappa of India & Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying of Malaysia!
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Next up is Badminton Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal Match:
 
Satwik Rankireddy/Ashwini Ponnappa (IND) vs Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying (MAS)

 
The penultimate day of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games has been a great one with India bagging 5 gold medals already. 
  
India had a tremendous start to the 10th day of the Commonwealth Games 2018 with MC Mary Kom bagging a gold medal in Boxing in the Women's 45-48kg category defeating Kristina O'Hara of Northern Ireland in the Final bout. Gaurav Solanki followed suit and won the Gold medal in his respective weight category. However, their compatriots Amit Phangal, Manish Kaushik had to settle for a Silver medal each in their weight categories. 
  
Sumit also winning a gold medal for India in Wrestling in the Men's Freestyle 125 kg Nordic. Meanwhile, Sanjeev Rajput brought home another gold medal in Shooting by finishing at the pole position in the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men's Finals. Sanjeev Rajput also made a Commonwealth Games Record with a final result of 454.5 points. Neeraj Chopra is latest to win a gold medal for India in the Men's Javelin Throw Final. 
  
India will be looking to finish the tournament on a high with many more medals as the drama continues with India playing a lot of Finals and Semifinals on the last 2 days.
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