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Commonwealth Games 2018: Wrestling Women's Freestyle 68 Kg Semifinals, India's Divya Kakran fighting for medal, Live Updates

The bout will begin after 12:30 pm
Updated: 13 April 2018 13:41 IST - Published: 13 April 2018 11:44 IST
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The wrestlers will be on the mat soon
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The bronze medal match will begin in about 5 mins
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This is it for now. More live action coming up
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Divya will enter the Bronze medal bout
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Blessing Oborududu defeats her inexperienced opponent and moves on to the finals.
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The Nigerian wins on technical superiority, 11-1 
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A minute to go in the bout!
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Dominating the match so far, the Nigerian 
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However, the Nigerian is back at it yet again, earning 2 more points
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The Indian is given a point 
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The first period ends!
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Divya currently trailing 5-0 
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The Nigerian earns 5 points!
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Divya Kakran again tries to attack but her opponent quickly counters and pushes her to the mat
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She is unable to do so
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Divya has been declared passive. She has to take points within 30 seconds!
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The match remains at 0-0
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Both the wrestlers trying to get a hold of the other. Both the players have been warned by the Ref for passivity
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Both players cautious early on
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The match begins!
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19 year old Divya Kakran is in this round
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of  Women's freestyle 68 Kg semifinals!

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Next up is Wrestling Women's 68 Kg freestyle semifinals. India's Divya Kakran will be fighting for a place in the finals in this match.

As the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games head into their final stages, there is still a lot of action to come on Day 9.

Day 9 started off on a positive note with Tejaswini Sawant winning a gold medal & Anjum Moudgil winning a silver medal in Shooting Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions Finals

Day 8 was a good one for India in wrestling as all four wrestlers brought home medals. Rahul Aware and Sushil Kumar both won Gold, while Babita Kumari won Sliver, and Kiran bagging a bronze.

In shooting, Tejaswini Sawant won a Silver medal for India in the Women's 50m Rifle Prone Finals.
Surpass
There was a lot of progress in Badminton and Table Tennis as well. Saina, Sindhu, Srikanth, and H.S. Prannoy all advanced to the latter rounds of Singles category.

There was disappointment in Hockey, however, as the Indian Women's team lost 1-0 to Australia in the Semifinals. They will now face the loser of the other semifinal on a later date to confirm a bronze medal.

India will be looking to finish the tournament on a high as a lot of medals will be decided in the next three days, starting on Day 9