All the sporting events for India are now over.
India finish with 22 Gold, 16 Silver & 23 Bronze medals at Birmingham 2022. Last time, at 2018 Gold Coast, we had won 66 medals in total - 26 Gold, 20 Silver & 20 Bronze.
The big difference - there was no shooting this time around. India had won 16 out of those 66 in shooting, including 7 Gold.
So, a commendable performance from the Indian athletes to finish with 61 medals still.
India finish 4th behind Australia, England & Canada.
Hope you guys enjoyed our coverage. On behalf of Arpita Singh, Anish Kumar & Lav Vaid, this is Sidhant Maheshwari signing off for the English sports team.
Until next time, ciao!
It's all over!
Australia have won 7-0!
It was one of the most one-sided encounters in recent times, with India unable to even win a single penalty corner all through the match.
7th consecutive Commonwealth Games Gold for the Aussies, they have won the Gold every time at the quardennial event ever since its introduction in 1998.
India get the Silver medal! Australia too good for them.
Australians celebrate their 8th goal but India review, claiming it was a reverse stick that beat goalkeeper PR Sreejesh.
And the review is successful. It was indeed a reverse stick. GOAL DISALLOWED!
As soon as the Fourth quarter started, Australia scored their 7th goal.
A poor show from India continued in the last quarter as Flynn Ogilvie made it a thumping 7-0 for Australia.
Australia at it again!
Nathan Ephraums scores his 2nd goal in the match to make it an overpowering 6-0 for Australia.
The veteran Sharath Kamal is the champion again as he came back from the first game down to win yet another Gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.
The Indian paddler defeats England's Liam Pitchford 4-1 convincingly.
Kamal won 11-13, 11-7, 11-2, 11-6, 11-8.
It was an easy gold win for the ace Indian duo of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty as they defeated England's Lane Ben and Vendy Sean by 21-15 and 21-13.
Sharath Kamal continued his dominance in the 3rd game as well as he defeated his English opponent comfortably 11-2.
Both fight in the 4th game with the Indian veteran leading 6-5.
Scoreline: Kamal vs Liam- 2-1
Jacob Anderson is at it again. This is his second goal of the match.
Australia are thrashing the Indian players.
India 0-5 down against overpowering Australia.
3 goals by Australia in the 2nd quarter.
The pressure keeps growing on the Indian team.
Australia scored a 4th goal as Wickham converted a pass from the midfield.
Captain Manpreet hurts himself on the shoulder after clashing with an Australian player. However, Manpreet is playing.
Sharath back at it!
After losing first game, he makes a strong comeback in the next to win the 2nd game 11-7.
It is 1-1 in the Gold medal match between Liam and Sharath Kamal.
Another Goal for Australia, India is under pressure
After Blake Govers, India concede another penalty corner.
Jacob Anderson converts it successfully making it 3-0 for Australia.
Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty win the first game 21-15 against the English duo of Lane Ben and Vendy Sean.
Sharath Kamal goes down fighting in the opening game of the Men's singles final against his English opponent.
Liam Pitchford wins first game 13-11.
GOAL for Australia again!
Australia make it 2-0. It was an easy field goal for Nathan Ephraums as he doubled the lead after Blake Govers gave them the initial lead.
First quarter ends
It's neck-to-neck in this Gold medal match.
The Indian pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy & home favourites Ben Lane & Sean Vendy are currently tied at 8-8
The Australians have taken the lead through a penalty corner.
PR Sreejesh did manage to get something on the save but the ball trickles into the back of the net much to his disappointment.
Blake Govers with the goal for the defending champions.
India’s Sathiyan Gnanasekaran captures bronze in men’s singles in Table TennisThe Indian wins a topsy-turvy encounter.
He was 3-0 up before England’s Paul Drinkhall levelled the clash at 3-3. But Sathiyan wins the final game to take home the bronze. He was leading 7-1 at one point before Drinkhall made another comeback but at 9-9, Sathiyan managed to take the next 2 points to seal the 3rd place and wins bronze.
Biting nails, already!
Englishman Paul Drinkhall takes it to the 7th game, levels the game 3-3.
Drinkhall defeated Sathiyan in in the fifth game 11-9.
Englishman Paul Drinkhall wins the fourth game 11-8 to find his way well back in the game.
Sathiyan still has a lead of 3-2 over his opponent in the Bronze medal match.
Sensational Sen dominates over Malaysia's Yong in the third game 21-13 to win the Gold!
Sen won 19-21, 21-9 and 21-16.
2nd Gold for India in Badminton.
What a rally!
Yong woudn't make it easy for Sen, however, the Indian young gun keeps at it!
Sen still has an 18-14 lead over Yong in the 3rd game.
England's Paul Drinkhall makes a comeback in the 4th game, wins it 11-8.
Sathiyan is currently leading the Bronze medal match 3-1, just one game away from Bronze!
Middle GAME BREAK!
Sen succesfully smashing his way towards the gold as he makes it a 11-7 lead in the third game against his Malaysian opponent Yong.
Sathiyan inching closer to the Bronze medal!
The Indian paddler won the 2nd game as well 11-3.
He continues his domination over his English paddler in the 3rd game 5-4.
The momentum shifts on the Indian shuttler's side as Lakshya Sen takes an aggressive route to easily win the 2nd game 21-9
Final match tied at 1-1.
Anticipation building in Table Tennis Bronze medal match as well!
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran has taken a 1-0 lead over his English opponent with a 21-19 win in the opening game.
Both the paddlers are currently at 3-8 in the 2nd game.
Another nailbiting contest between the 2 shuttlers.
Every point is a battle of its own accord!
Sen is successfully defending Yong's attack.
Yong, however is leading 8-6 in 2nd game.
A dramatic first game comes to an end finally with the Malaysian taking a 1-0 lead in the final match.
Sen lost closely 19-21 in the opening game against Yong.
India's Sathiyan will fight for a third-place finish when he takes on England's Paul Drinkhall in the Men's Singles bronze medal match.
Match starting soon.
A lovely retrieval by Sen!
Sen and his acrobatics make it challenging for Malaysia's Yong.
Sen leading 19-18.
An intense fight for the Gold medal!
Both shuttlers on level in the opening game of the final. However, Sen consecutively hitting outside the line might cost him.
Sen and Yong levelled at 18-18 in first game.
Both the Commonwealth Games debutants fighting hard in their first Gold medal match at CWG 2022.
It's an evenly poised opening game with both shuttlers levelled at 9-9 currently.
Sen and Yong will head into the Men's singles final now.
The 20-year-old has defeated the Malaysian in his previous 2 meetings.
Both the shuttles after a warm-up round are ready to play the opening game.
India's Lakshya Sen will be facing Tze Yong NG of Malaysia in the Men's singles Gold medal match.
Match starting soon.
A gritty PV Sindhu defeated Canada's Michelle Li in the final of women's single comfortably 21-15, 21-13 to win the elusive Commonwealth Games Gold medal.
Sindhu had earlier won Silver and Bronze at her previous CWG Campaigns.
Just a point away!
Li's unforced errors taking Sindhu close to the GOLD!
A Tough rally that was, Li takes the point!
Canada's Li inching closer to the mark with her aggressive approach.
PV Sindhu still maintains the 13-10 lead.
PV Sindhu in total control of the game with a defensive masterclass.
The Indian shuttler has an overpowering 10-5 lead over her Canadian opponent.
After some initial hiccups, Sindhu was in control of the first game throughout.
The Indian ace won the game 21-15 comfortably against her Canadian opponent Michelle Li in the gold medal match.
Sindhu dominating the court with a 5-point lead over the Canadian Shuttler currently.
Li trailing 11-16 in the opening game.
Sindhu counters Li's quick shots with lengthy smashes as both the shuttlers fight neck to neck in the opening game.
Sindhu currently has a 9-8 lead over the Canadian shuttler.
India's Sindhu is set to face Canada's Li in the Gold medal match of the Women's singles badminton competition.
If the Indian shuttler wins, this will be her first CWG singles Gold medal.
The opening game begins.
India's PV Sindhu is set to begin her fight for a gold medal finish against Canada's Michelle Li.
The gold medal match starts shortly
India's penultimate day in Birmingham ended on a high with the Indian athletes winning as many as 5 gold medals.
It was a super Sunday for India at Commonwealth Games 2022 as 15 athletes ended up on the podium across Boxing, Table Tennis, Badminton, Cricket and Athletics.
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PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen, Sharath Kamal and the Indian men's team will battle it out in their respective finals for Gold and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran will play in the Bronze medal match today
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Today is the last day of the Birmingham 2022 gala. PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen, the Men's Hockey team, and our ace paddlers Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran will fight for medals today.
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