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Commonwealth Games 2018: Boxing Men's +91kg Quarterfinal 2, India's Satish Kumar fighting for medal, Live Updates

The action is scheduled to start at 4:17 pm at the Oxenford Studios - Boxing
Updated: 10 April 2018 16:50 IST - Published: 10 April 2018 13:45 IST
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This is it for now. We will see you tomorrow as boxing resumes
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All 5 Indian boxers make it through to the semifinals!
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AAAAAANNNNNNDDDDD THE WINNER IS...SATISH KUMAR!!!!! THAT"S 5 OUT OF 5 FOR INDIA 
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Round 3 ends! Results coming up!
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A win would ensure yet another medal for India
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A minute to go in this quarterfinal
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Round 3 gets underway. Satish attacking early on!
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Round 3 coming up!
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2nd round ends!
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Satish gets a few jabs in . Paul counters
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Paul gets a punch in straight to Satish's face
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Satish really attacking his opponent now! Paul tries to get back but Satish dodges
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First round is up! Second underway
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Kumar not letting his opponents advantage take control of this bout
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Satish gets in a good few punches
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Paul has a height advantage over Kumar
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Satish looking to attack early on. Paul holding firm
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Kumar versus Nigel Paul. Kumar is in the red corner
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The match is about to get underway! Can Satish Kumar make it 5 wins out of 5?
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Boxing Men's +91kg Quarterfinal 2 between India's Satish Kumar and Trinidad & Tobago's Nigel Paul. Stay tuned for updates!
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In the quarterfinals of the +91Kg weight category, Satish Kumar takes on Nigel Paul of Trinidad and Tobago. A win would ensure at least the Bronze medal for Satish.

Satish will be in the red corner and will start the competition at the Quarter-final stage. This will be the 28-year-old's first bout in the Commonwealth Games 2018.

Satish has participated in the last three World Championships in Hamburg, Doha, and Almaty.

Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games progresses with hopes of winning many more medals just as they did yesterday. In shooting, India's Gagan Narang & Chain Singh qualified for the finals of the 50m Rifle Prone Men's but Gagan Narang finished 7th & Chain Singh finished 4th in the Final. Annu Singh and Heena Sidhu followed suit and reached the Finals of Women's 25m Pistol Finals with Heena Sindhu winning gold. This was India's first gold of the day. Meanwhile, the Indian Men's Hockey team confirmed their spot in the Semifinals beating Malaysia in the morning and reaching the top of the table with 7 points. The Indians have also done well in Squash and Badminton.
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