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Commonwealth Games 2018: Table Tennis Men's Doubles Gold Medal Match, India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Achanta Sharath fighting for gold, Live Updates

Drinkhall and Pitchford def Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan 11-5, 10-12, 9-11, 11-6, 11-8 to get the GOLD
Updated: 14 April 2018 16:59 IST - Published: 14 April 2018 14:24 IST
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But Team India does get the SILVER MEDAL!!!!!
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INDIA MADE IT VERY, VERY TOUGH FOR THE ENGLISHMEN BUT IN THE END, THE ENGLISH PAIR JUST MANAGED TO RAISE THEIR LEVEL UNDER PRESSURE!
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Final score: Drinkhall and Pitchford def Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan 11-5, 10-12, 9-11, 11-6, 11-8 to get the GOLD MEDAL
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AND ENGLAND GET THE GOLD!!!!

They get the fifth game with a score of 11-8
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The English pair are up 10-8
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India get yet another point and they now trail 8-9
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India pull back one point!

7-9
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England looking really strong and they are up 9-6
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Two more points for the English pair as they lead 7-3
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India get two points in a row and now trail 3-5
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It's 4-1 to Team England now in Game 5
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WHAT A MATCH THIS HAS BEEN! 

A GOLD MEDAL MATCH SHOULD BE LIKE THIS! ONE EXPECTS NOTHING LESS!!
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We are now two games apiece!
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Team England makes it COUNT!

They pocket the fourth game 11-6
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And it is 9-5 to England
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A strong passage of play from the English duo.

5 points in a row to go up to 9-4
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England wrest away the momentum and go up to 6-4
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And they continue to be dead even!

4-4
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It's 3-3 in Game 4
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INDIA ARE UP TWO GAMES UP IN THIS MATCH!!!

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AND INDIA HAVE TAKEN FOUR POINTS IN A ROW TO GET THE THIRD GAME

11-9
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INDIA HAVE COME BACK TO LEVEL THIS GAME


9-9
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It's 9-7 to the England pair
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The English duo in control of this game.

8-5 they lead
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India are now trailing by two points at 4-6
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It's 3-2 to Team England in Game 3
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INDIA HAVE BAGGED THE SECOND GAME 12-10
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INDIA SAVED GAME POINT TO MAKE IT 10-10
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THE ENGLISH DUO ADVANCES TO 9-8
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They were up 8-6 but England have come storming back to make it 8-8
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INDIA SNATCH THE LEAD!!!!!!!


7-6
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England are barely ahead at 5-4

Credit to India for keeping this game tight
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It's dead even in Game 2

3-3
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1-1 in Game 2
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India lose the first game 5-11
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It's 10-4 to England

They are looking very, very strong at the moment
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The Englishmen are running away FAST!

8-3 TO ENGLAND
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And they extend their lead to 5-2
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It's 4-1 for England
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Quick points for the English pair and they are up 3-1
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And we are off!

Can India get the gold?
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of the Table Tennis Men's Doubles Gold Medal Match between Sathiyan Gnanasekaran/Achanta Sharath of India & Liam Pitchford/Paul Drinkhall of England

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Next up is the Table Tennis Men's Doubles Gold Medal Match:

Sathiyan Gnanasekaran/Achanta Sharath (IND) vs Liam Pitchford/Paul Drinkhall (ENG)


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.