#Sakshi Malik defeats opponent to win gold, entire nation swings with joy on social media
At CWG 2022, Sakshi has won the first Commonwealth medal of her career. The whole country is in a state of celebration due to the wrestler’s victory. Everyone is congratulating him on social media.
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Rio Olympics bronze medalist Sakshi won gold in the women’s 62kg category on Friday. Sakshi got off to a good start but was a bit sluggish and fell behind in the first half. She trailed the Canadian wrestler 4-0, but after that the second half was all about Sakshi, but Sakshi came out strong in the second round and took two points off a takedown to back it up. The Canadian wrestler won the gold medal.
After Sakshi won the gold, fans and Indians reacted by tweeting on social media. Be it India’s sportspersons or big politicians, everyone has congratulated Sakshi for this achievement. #SakshiMalik is top trending on Twitter. Users are congratulating this.
See user reactions here
Another Gold for India!!
— Aakash Bunkar (@AakashBunkar1) August 5, 2022
— Saurabh Vakhdania (@saurabhv99) August 5, 2022
— The Good Doctor (@dbzabhi) August 5, 2022
Again a proud moment
This is how Indian wrestlers and weightlifters should be.
— Madhav Singh (@Send4Singh) August 5, 2022
Indian wrestlers on fire #CWG2022 The nation is proud as the flag flies high with three gold medals in a single day.
— Chandra Mohan Kashyap👑 (@Chandra_Five8) August 5, 2022
Mire Junu’s result will definitely come out, Noor will come out of this ocean ️ Everyone understands that after Rio it’s game over, come back and win the gold, amazing, you say the story is not over yet.#Sakshi Malik#CommonwealthGames2022 pic.twitter.com/zQNtyhgdtt
— Subhendu Pandey (@shubhendupk) August 5, 2022
! Congratulations to Sakshi Malik who won her first Commonwealth Games gold medal.
— Ronakians (@ronakians) August 5, 2022
For your information, this is Sakshi’s first gold medal in Commonwealth Games. Sakshi won silver at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Sakshi won bronze at Gold Coast in 2018.