Boxers Nitu and Amit Panghal storm into the finals of CWG 2022, eyeing gold medals

Amit Panghal (51 kg) defeated Patrick Chinyemba of Zambia in his second Commonwealth Games final . Nitu Ghanghas (48 kg) won the RSC (Referee Stops Competition) victory over Priyanka Dhillon .

As Amit Panghal (51 kg) advanced to his second Commonwealth Games final, India's boxer (51 kg) showed his size, while Nitu Ghanghas (48 kg) remained on course for a gold medal in her first appearance here on Saturday.Panghal, who is fighting for the yellow metal after winning silver in the previous edition, came from behind to defeat an aggressive Patrick Chinyemba of Zambia with a 5-0 unanimous decision victory.Nitu, on the other hand, took the RSC (Referee Stops Competition) victory over Canadas Priyanka Dhillon.The referee would end the game on Sunday, but I'm going to keep my focus on the challenge.

Panghal, a determined runner who lost to another Briton and Tokyo Olympics champion in Galal Yafai in 2018, was left on the back foot as his younger, more aggressive opponent landed a barrage of punches on the world championship silver medalist, who had to dig deep in his experience.The Asian Games champion stepped up the ante, landing hooks and jabs at will to take the game, but four judges ruled in favour of Panghal, who was persistent up front and I had to give it my best in the last two rounds.Panghal said, I hope I get a gold this time.