PV Sindhu clinched India's second medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020. She defeated He Bingjiao in women's badminton singles bronze medal match. Apart from her, Indian men's hockey team defeated Great Britain to march into the semis. Here's India’s Tokyo Olympics 2020 Medal Tally Updated.
Team India has made it to the semi-finals of the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020. The Men in Blue beat Great Britain by 3-1 and qualify for semis at Olympics after a gap of 49 years.
Third goal for India and they have very much sealed this game and a place in the semi-finals as well.
Great Britain score their first goal. Some drama left in this contest. Can Great Britain register a come from behind win? Samuel Ian Ward scores the goal for Great Britain.
Final 30 minutes of the game coming up and India's lead continues to be 2-0. Can they manage to keep Great Britain at bay? Only time will tell.
Indian team is leading by 2-0 in their men's hockey quarterfinal at the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020.
PV Sindhu Wins Bronze Medal at 2020 Tokyo Olympics, beats He BingJiao 21-13, 21-15. With this Sindhu becomes first Indian woman to win two medals at Olympics in individual events. At 2016 Olympics she won the silver and now bronze.
PV Sindhu now leads 20-15 in Game 2. Inching closer towards bronze medal.
Game 2 is turning out to be a closely fought one but its is PV Sidhu who continues to maintain the lead. The Indian now leads 11-9.
PV Sindhu takes the Game 1 by 21-13. The Indian shuttler looked aggressive throughout the game to take the lead.
Day 9 of the Tokyo Olympics would be an interesting day as, after Mirabai Chanu and Lovlina Borgohain, two more Indians-shuttler PV Sindhu and boxer Satish Kumar could secure medals for the country, bettering its' performance from the Rio Olympics in 2016. The Indian men's hockey team would also be up against Great Britain in the quarterfinals. India have so far been an in-form side in Pool A but they would have to play their best game when they take on Great Britain on Sunday, August 1. 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games Highlights Day 8.
On Day 7, India started off on a disappointing note with archer Atanu Das, boxer Amit Panghal and discus thrower having had their campaigns ended in the Tokyo Olympics. But Kamalpreet Kaur raised hopes of the Indians as she secured a final berth by finishing second in the qualifying stage. While the whole of India wanted Rio Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu to enter the finals of women's singles badminton, unfortunately, she suffered a crushing defeat to Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu-Ying. So did Pooja Rani, who was beaten by China's Li Qian in the quarterfinals of the women's middleweight boxing event. But India once again smiled when the women's hockey team made it to the quarter-finals after Ireland lost 0-2 to Great Britain.
Day 9 can turn out to be a historic day for India in the Olympics with athletes like PV Sindhu, Satish Kumar, and the men's hockey team having the opportunities to attain glory in the biggest sporting event in all of the world.