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Report: Ajax 3 Bayern Munich 3

first_imgBayern Munich secured top spot in Champions League Group E despite letting victory slip away in injury time in an incredible 3-3 draw at Ajax.Ajax went into Wednesday’s clash at the Johan Cruijff ArenA needing a win to leapfrog Niko Kovac’s Bayern, who went ahead through Robert Lewandowski in the 13th minute.Dusan Tadic levelled just past the hour mark to set in motion an incredible second half, Ajax’s Maximilian Wober and Bayern’s Thomas Muller both shown straight red cards before a clumsy Jerome Boateng challenge gave Ajax an 82nd-minute penalty that Tadic converted. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! However, Lewandowski levelled from the spot after Nicolas Tagliafico brought down Thiago Alcantara and Kingsley Coman – in his third game back from injury – bent in what looked to be a 90th-minute winner, only for a Niklas Sule own goal five minutes later to at least give Ajax a share of the spoils.Bayern = Group E winners #UCL pic.twitter.com/eruuUwFuXi— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) December 12, 2018An unsurprisingly open start to a contest between two sides whose qualification was already assured saw Serge Gnabry force a fine save from Andre Onana after Tagliafico squandered possession, but the Ajax goalkeeper was helpless as Lewandowski fired home after being afforded far too much space to latch onto Gnabry’s pass into the box.Only an incredible point-blank save from Onana denied Lewandowski a second after an attack in which the impressive Gnabry was again at the heart, with Ajax frustrated in their attempts to respond until Donny Van de Beek squared for Tadic to tap in at the far post.It would have been a brief return to parity had Onana not produced a brilliant reaction save from Lewandowski’s close-range header, with Wober then dismissed for a rash challenge on Leon Gortezka before Muller was dismissed for a high boot on Tagliafico that left the full-back needing stitches on a nasty head wound.Tadic dealt what looked a decisive blow with a late penalty after Boateng hacked down Kasper Dolberg, but that was just the first of four goals in 13 minutes.Tagliafico foolishly dove in on Thiago to allow Lewandowski to calmly level again, and Coman’s sublime finish appeared to have finally wrapped things up.There was one more bizarre sting in the tail as Sule bundled into his own net after Noussair Mazraoui had an effort blocked, but the final three of seven added minutes were not enough time for Ajax to find a fourth as Bayern clung on. What does it mean? Bayern still well below their bestBayern may have avoided most of their fellow traditional contenders in the last 16 and consigned Ajax to second, but this was an undisciplined performance that again showed they are still a long way from the team that came within a goal of last season’s final and will do little to ease the discontent around coach Kovac’s underwhelming first season.Coman calms the nervesThough Ajax did respond with another equaliser, Coman’s assured finish gave them a mountain to climb in terms of claiming top spot, the France international needing little time to deliver a reminder of his quality after missing most of the season due to an ankle ligament injury.Tagliafico throws it awayWhile it was he who drew the foul that saw Muller sent off, Tagliafico did more to hinder his team’s cause than help. He was sloppy in possession in the first half and his foul on Thiago that gifted Bayern a penalty was reckless in the extreme.Key Opta Facts- Bayern Munich have remained unbeaten in a Champions League group stage campaign for the first time since 2008-09.- Ajax have never lost a competitive home game against Bayern, winning three and drawing two.- Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski is the highest scorer in this season’s Champions League with eight goals.- At 94:09, Bayern’s Niklas Sule scored the latest own goal in Champions League history.What’s next?Bayern turn their attention back to trying to cut their nine-point gap to Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund when they visit Hannover on Saturday. Ajax host the Erevidisie’s bottom club De Graafschap as they continue their bid to regain the Dutch title. read morelast_img read more

Commonwealth Games 2018 LIVE DAY 7: Saina, Sindhu blaze away to easy wins, after shooters shine

first_imgIndia clinched a Gold and two Bronze medals on Day 7 of the 2018 Commonwealth Games from Gold Coast.Shreyasi Singh won India’s first Gold in Women’s Double Trap Finals on Day 7 at Gold Coast. The shooter defeated Australia’s Emma Cox in a shoot-off to take the top spot. Ankur Mittal bagged Bronze in Men’s Double Trap event. Om Mitharval also clinched a Bronze medal in Men’s 50m Pistol Final.Earlier, Indian shuttlers were in rampaging form as they wrapped up their respective matches to enter pre-quarterfinals of the singles competition.PV Sindhu took just 18 minutes to oust Fiji’s Andra Whiteside 21-6 21-3 in her first match of the competition while Saina Nehwal also took a mere 18 minutes to dispatch Elsie de Villiers of South Africa 21-3 21-1 in the round of 32.Boxers MC Mary Kom, Vikas Krishan and Gaurav Solanki assured India of three more medals in their respective events while the Indian men’s team defeated England 4-3 to set up the hockey semi-final against New Zealand.Best of #IndiaAtGoldCoast on DAY 7: #ShreyasiSingh won Goldin Women’s Double Trap Finals.#AnkurMittal won Bronze In Men’s Double Trap Shooting.#OmMitharval won Bronzein 50m Men’s pistol event.#GC2018 #CommonwealthGames2018 #GC2018Shooting #CWG2018 pic.twitter.com/Tdep9jPb20Doordarshan Sports (@ddsportschannel) April 11, 2018Currently, India have 24 medals. (12 Gold, 4 Silver and 8 Bronze) CWG 2018, Highlights Day 6: Heena Sidhu Gold caps solid Tuesday for IndiaCommonwealth Games 2018: Medals TallyCommonwealth Games 2018: Full CoverageHIGHLIGHTS:17.20 IST: That concludes our coverage of Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast. India clinched a Gold thanks to Shreyasi Singh in women’s double trap final and two Bronze medals courtesy Ankur Mittal (Men’s Double Trap Final) and Om Mitharval (Men’s 50m Pistol Final).advertisement17.20 IST: Athletics – India’s Hima Das finishes 6th in the Women’s 400m Final. Amantle Montsho of Bostwana wins Gold, Anastasia Le-Roy of Jamaica takes Silver while compatriot Stephenie McPherson took the Bronze medal. Kudos to #HimaDas !!!#TeamIndia ‘s Hima Das ran in the finals of #GC2018Athletics Women’s 400m Final and she put all her might into it! Finishing 6th, Hima clocked 51.32 improving on her #PersonalBest #WellDone Hima! Only more prouder of you pic.twitter.com/bxB6xAHPjAIOA – Team India (@ioaindia) April 11, 201817.17 IST: Badminton – Pranaav Chopra and N Sikki Reddy beat Burty Molia and Karyn Gibson of Fiji 21-8, 21-9 to enter mixed doubles round of 16.17.06 IST: Badminton – Sikki Reddy and Pranaav Chopra are through to Round of 16. The Indian pair defeated Fiji’s Burty Molia and Karyn Gibson 21-8, 21-9 in Round of 32 clash16.50 IST: Atheltics – Tejaswin Shankar fails to clinch a medal for India in Men’s High Jump Final after finishing in 6th place with a score of 2.2416.45 IST: Meanwhile in Squash, India’s Joshna Chinappa and Harinder Pal Sandhu beat Lisa Aitken and Kevin Moran of Scotland 11-10, 11-8 in their Mixed Doubles Pool H match.16.40 IST: India beat England 4-3 in men’s hockey to clinch top spot in Pool B. They will now face New Zealand in the semi-finals End to End Match between #TeamIndia & #TeamEngland at the #GoldCoast #Hockey Centre in #GC2018HockeyIndia 4 bt England 3 to top Pool B!Laced with high power action, raining goals, no goalkeepers and what not; Hockey had us on the edges today#WellPlayed Boys pic.twitter.com/Tjo3zf7CQ0IOA – Team India (@ioaindia) April 11, 201816.36 IST: Men’s Hockey Pool B – India take the lead through Mandeep Singh’s field goal. India now lead 4-3 with just a minute to go in the match59′ GOAL! Sublime from @mandeepsingh995 as he takes India into the lead with seconds to spare!IND 4-3 ENG#IndiaKaGame #GC2018 #GC2018Hockey #HallaHockeyKa #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/rYHzVXg0M1Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) April 11, 201816.32 IST: Men’s Hockey Pool B – Varun Kumar you beauty! India equalise through a penalty corner to make it 3-3 vs England with just a few minutes to go in the match58′ GOAL! @varunhockey scores to bring us back in the game!IND 3-3 ENG#IndiaKaGame #GC2018 #GC2018Hockey #HallaHockeyKa #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/HKl0qBw5peHockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) April 11, 201816.29 IST: Men’s Hockey Pool B – England are back in the lead after Sam Ward’s goal. India now trail 3-2 in the final quarter16.22 IST: Men’s Hockey Pool B – England equalise through Liam Ansell vs India. Match now tied at 2-216.18 IST: Table Tennis – India’s Sathiyan Gnanasekaran beats Muhammad Rameez from Pakistan 11-5, 11-3, 11-5, 11-3 to enter men’s singles round of 16#GC2018TableTennis : Sathiyan Gnanasekaran beats Muhammad Rameez of Pakistan 11-5, 11-3, 11-5, 11-3 in men’s singles Round of 32#GC2018 #IndiaAtGoldCoast #CommonwealthGames2018 #CWG18 pic.twitter.com/rogk6NStDDadvertisementDoordarshan Sports (@ddsportschannel) April 11, 201816.18 IST: Men’s Hockey Pool B – India take 2-1 lead after the third quarter with Rupinder Pal Singh scoring the second goal.15.45 IST: Meanwhile India have equalised through captain Manpreet Singh’s goal in their Men’s Hockey Pool B match against England15.43 IST: India’s Manish Kaushik beats Calum French of England via unanimous decision (5-0) to enter Men’s 60kg semi-finals to assure himself of atleast a bronze medal in boxing15.43 IST: Meanwhile in athletics, India’s Tejaswin Shankar is competing in the Men’s High Jump Final15.38 IST: Table Tennis – Achanta Sharath Kamal beats Malaysian Javen Choong 11-2, 11-5, 11-4, 7-11, 11-13, 6-11, 11-7 to enter men’s singles round of 1615.35 IST: Table Tennis – Harmeet Singh advances to men’s singles round of 16 by beating Geoffrey Loi from Papua New Guinea 11-4, 11-3, 11-1, 11-215.23 IST: Hockey – David Condon scores! India trail 0-1 against England.15.09 IST: Hockey – India vs England Pool B match is underway. Whoever wins the match will top the group15.03 IST: Table Tennis – India’s Madhurika Patkar and Mouma Das are both through to Round of 16 14.56 IST: Long Jump – Women’s long jump qualifying rounds is underway. India’s Nayana James and Nellickal V.Neena are participating. The qualifying mark is set at 6.60. Neena’s personal best is at 6.66 and Nayana has 6.55 as hers14.49 IST: Badminton – Prannoy beats Christopher 21-14, 21-6 in Round of 32 clashIt is now @PRANNOYHSPRI turn! He defeated Christopher Jean PAUL of Mauritius 21:14;216 to make it to the Pre Quarters of #GC2018 #IndiaontheRise #GC2018 #GC2018badminton #CWG2018 pic.twitter.com/NW8fs5qFOkBAI Media (@BAI_Media) April 11, 201814.29 IST: Badminton – HS Prannoy wins the first game of Round of 32 clash 21-14 against Christopher Jean Paul of Mauritius. This is Prannoy’s first match at 2018 Games 14.26 IST: Boxing – Pinki Rani loses to Lisa Whiteside 2-3 in women’s 51kg quarter-final 14.23 IST: Badminton – Ruthvika Shivani reaches Round of 16 after beating Grace Atipaka of Ghana 21-5, 21-7 in 18 minutes. 14.10 IST: Badminton – PV Sindhu blazes away to an easy 21-6, 21-3 win in her Round of 32 match against Andra Whiteside in just 18 minutes. @PVSindhu raced through the match against Andra WHITESIDE of Fiji21-6; 21-3 to cruise to the next round in the Women’s Single here at #carrarastadium #GC2018badminton #CWG2018 #IndiaontheRise #GC2018 pic.twitter.com/isN6xkG80CBAI Media (@BAI_Media) April 11, 201813.56 IST: PV Sindhu has won her first game 21-6 in just nine minutes 13.54 IST: Meanhwile, Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal have won their squash women’s doubles Pool C match 11-5, 11-6 against Malta’s duo Dianne Kellas and Colette Sultana13.49 IST: Badminton – Ace shuttler PV Sindhu’s first match at 2018 Games is underway. She’s playing against Fiji’s Andra Whiteside in Round of 32 matchGuys, its @Pvsindhu1 on the house. Silver medalist from Glasgow CWG will be playing her first match at the #GC2018Badminton against Andra WHITESIDE of Fiji.#IndiaontheRise #GC2018 #CWG2018 pic.twitter.com/ifMNWAsUYVadvertisementBAI Media (@BAI_Media) April 11, 201813.42 IST: Badminton – Kidambi Srikanth wins his Round of 32 match against Aatish Lubah 21-13, 21-10 in just 26 minutes 13.34 IST: Badminton – Kidambi leads the second game 11-5 at the break13.30 IST: Badminton – Kidambi Srikanth takes the first game against Aatish Lubah of Mauritius 21-13 in a men’s singles badminton Round of 32 clashPerfectly poised at the end of Game 1 for @srikidambi Won the match 21-13, second game takes off. ##IndiaontheRise #GC2018 #GC2018badminton #CWG2018 pic.twitter.com/uZHJHntWIfBAI Media (@BAI_Media) April 11, 201813.07 IST: Badminton – Saina Nehwal demolishes Elise De Villiers 21-3, 21-1 in the womens singles Round of 32 12.55 IST: Saina Nehwal has won the first game 21-3 12.49 IST: Badminton – Saina Nehwal’s singles round of 32 match against South Africa’s Elsie d Villiers is underway. Saina has already taken a healthy lead. 12.25 IST: Table Tennis – Manika Batra/Sathiyan G are through to mixed doubles round of 16 after beating Malaysia’s Ho Ying/Leong Chee Feng 3-0 12.18 IST: Table Tennis – Sanil Shetty-Madhurika Patkar progress to mixed doubles round of 16 after beating Sri Lankan duo Jayasingha Mudiyanselage-Warusawithana 12.17 IST: Meanwhile, in another table tennis match, India are 2-0 up 12.15 IST: Table Tennis – India vs Sri Lanka, Mixed Doubles Round of 32 – India are now 2-0 up in the match after winning the second game 11-812.07 IST: Table Tennis – India vs Sri Lanka, Mixed Doubles Round of 32 – Shetty and Patkar have won the first game 11-512.03 IST: Table Tennis – India’s mixed doubles round of 32 match against Sri Lanka is underway. Sanil Shetty-Madhurika Patkar are playing againstJayasingha Mudiyanselage-Warusawithana.11.56 IST: Here are the final standings in the Men’s Double Trap Final. Shooter #AnkurMittal clinches Bronze medal in Double Trap Men’s shooting event. in the #CommonwealthGames2018 #GC2018Congratulations! pic.twitter.com/8uHkEmiFIbALL INDIA RADIO (@AkashvaniAIR) April 11, 201811.50 IST: Shooting – Scotland’s David McMath wins Gold, Tim Kneale of Isle of Man bags Silver in Men’s Double Trap Event.11.37 IST: Bronze! Ankur Mittal is eliminated after 60 shots and that means India get a Bronze in Men’s Double Trap event. 11.37 IST: Shooting – Md Ashab is eliminated from Men’s Double Traps Finals. India assured of a medal as Ankur Mittal is in top 3.11.18 IST: Shooting – Double Trap Men’s Finals about to begin. Ashab and Ankur are in the frame. 10.41 IST: GOLD! Shreyasi Singh clinches top spot in Women’s Double Trap Finals.#GC2018Shooting#ShreyasiSingh wins in the women’s double trap event beats Australia’s #EmmaCox in shootout.#CommonwealthGames2018 #GC2018 pic.twitter.com/Xl7v3I6kUkDoordarshan Sports (@ddsportschannel) April 11, 2018 10.37 IST: Shooting – Shreyasi Singh and Emma Cox of Australia are involved in a shoot-off for Gold in Women’s Double Trap Finals. They were tied on 96 after four rounds. 10.34 IST: Boxing – Vikas defeated Benny 5-0 to assure a medal for India. 10.31 IST – Boxing – Vikas Krishan assures India of at least a Bronze after qualifying for Men’s 75kg boxing semi-final10.17 IST: Boxing – Vikas Krishan’s Men’s 75kg quarter-final bout is about to start. A victory for Vikas will assure another medal for India. He’s going to fight Zambia’s Benny Muziyo.10.07 IST: Shooting – The shoot-off is over, Ashab finishes second in qualification. The final of Men’s Double Trap starts at 11.15 am IST.09.54 IST: Shooting – Md Ashab and Ankur Mittal have qualified for Men’s Double Trap final. Ashab is still engaged in a shoot-off with Scotland’s David McMath for the first position in the qualification. 09.13 IST: Vikram Solanki is now taking on Papua New Guinea’s Charles Keama in the Men’s 52kg quarter-final08.40 IST: Squash: Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa beat Wales’ Evans Tesni and Saffery Deon in the Women’s Doubles Pool C match.08.27 IST: Table Tennis: Indias Pooj Sahasrabudhe and Suthirtha Mukherjee beat Mauritiuss Ruqayyah Kinoo and Sanjana Ramasawmy 11-3, 11-4, 100-4 in the women’s doubles Round of 32.Indias Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran win against Kiribatis Touramoa Miita and Nooa Takooa 11-2, 11-5, 11-6 to move on to the Round of 16.08.19 IST: Boxing: Sarita Devi loses to Australia’s Anja Stridsman in the quarters of the Women’s 60kg boxing semi-final.08.07 IST: Boxing: Sarita Devi is now taking on Australia’s Anja Stridsman in the quarters of the Women’s 60kg boxing semi-final. The winner will be assured of a bronze medal.08.05 IST: This is how things stand in Double Trap Men’s Qualification. Top 6 qualifies for the final. 07.57 IST: Shooter Om Mitharwal bags Bronze in 50m Pistol final. He had earlier won a Bronze medal in the 10m Air Pistol event. India now have 22 medals (Gold 11, 4 Silver, 7 Bronze)07.50 IST: Shooting: Om Mitharwal still going strong however. He is currently sitting second in 50m Pistol Men’s Final.07.48 IST: Shooting: MAJOR UPSET! Jitu Rai has been eliminated from the 50m Pistol Men’s Final. He ends with a total of 105.0 with just one shot of 10.0 or above.07.48 IST: Boxing: Mary Kom beats Sri Lanka’s Anusha Dilrukshi Koddithuwakku 5-0 in the semi-finals of Women’s Boxing 45-48kg to reach her maiden CWG final and assure herself of at least a silver medal.07.35 Shooting: The 50m Pistol Men’s Final has also started. Jitu Rai and Om Mitharwal are taking part in the event.07.31 IST: Boxing: Mary Kom in action now. She will look to make her first CWG final. She is taking on Sri Lanka’s Anusha Dilrukshi Koddithuwakku in the Women’s 45-48kg category semi-final.07.27 IST: Squash: Vikram Malhotra and Ramit Tandon beat Peter Creed and Joel Makin of Wales 2-1 in Men’s Doubles Pool F match07.15 IST: Shooting: Shreyasi Singh has slipped to No.3 while Varsha Varman is right below her in the women’s Double Trap final. 06.57 IST: Shooting: This is how it stands after three series of shots in Double Trap Men’s Qualification. 06.43 IST: Lawn Bowls: South Africa beat India 19-17 in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 206.32 IST: Shooting: India’s Shreyasi Singh has the lead in the women’s Double Trap final with 24 shots after the first round. Varsha Varman is sixth with 21. 06.30 IST: Lawn Bowls: India now lead South Africa 17-16 in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 206.27 IST: Table Tennis: Nigeria’s Faith Obzauaye has beaten Vaishnavi Sutar 3-0 in Women’s TT6-10 Singles Group 2-Game 4While, Maitreyee Sarkar got the better of Vero Nime of Papua New Guinea 3-0 in Women’s TT6-10 Singles Group 1-Game 4.06.18 IST: Lawn Bowls: South Africa and India are now level at 16-16 in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 206.14 IST: Shooting: This is how the Double Trap Men’s Qualification table looks like after the first two series. Top 6 qualifies for the final. 06.12 IST: Table Tennis: Vaishnavi Sutar is now taking on Nigeria’s Faith Obzauaye in Women’s TT6-10 Singles Group 2-Game 4While, Maitreyee Sarkar will take on Vero Nime of Papua New Guinea in Women’s TT6-10 Singles Group 1-Game 4.06.10 IST: Shooting: Shreyasi Singh and Varsha Varman will now take part in women’s Double Trap Finals.06.04 IST: Shooting: Om Mitharwal tops the qualification charts of 50m Pistol event to move into the final. Jitu Rai has also qualified for the final of the event with a sixth-placed finish. 05.50 IST: Shooting: OH MY! Ankur Mittal has slipped to 9th position after his second shot in Double Trap Men’s Qualification. Ashab Mohammed remains on top for now.05.47 IST: Lawn Bowls: Great comeback from India. South Africa now lead India by just one point. It’s 12-11 in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 205.36 IST: Shooting: Om Mitherval is improving his score with every passing series of the 50m Pistol qualification while Jitu Rai is struggling to go big. However, both are in the mix to move into the final stage.05.28 IST: Lawn Bowls: Shannon McIlroy beats India’s Krishna Xalxo of 21-0 in Men’s Singles Sectional Play – Section A, Round 5, Match 1.South Africa lead India 12-2 in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 205.21 IST: Shooting: India’s Ashab Mohammed and Ankur Mittal are well in contention to make it to the Double Trap Men’s final. The top 6 from the qualification stage will move into the final. 05.18 IST: Shooting: Jitu Rai and Om Mitharwal are in line to qualify for the 50m Pistol final. The top 8 will move into the final. 05.17 IST: Lawn Bowls:Shannon McIlroy has taken a huge lead of 21-0 over India’s Krishna in Men’s Singles Sectional Play – Section A, Round 5, Match 1.South Africa lead India 8-2 in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 204.49 IST: Lawn Bowls: Shannon McIlroy leads India’s Krishna Xalxo 6-0 in Men’s Singles Sectional Play – Section A, Round 5, Match 1.South Africa lead India 3-1 in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 204.48 IST: Shooting: Ankur Mittal and Ashab Mohd are competing for a place in the Double Trap Men’s final.04.43 IST: Shooting: India’s Jitu Rai and Om Mitharval are also competing to qualify for the 50m Pistol Men’s final. The top 8 will qualify for the final. 04.41 IST: Lawn Bowls: Shannon McIlroy leads India’s Krishna Xalxo 5-0 in Men’s Singles Sectional Play – Section A, Round 5, Match 1.South Africa lead India 3-0 in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 204.23 IST: Jitu Rai, Om Mitharval, Ankur Mittal and Ashab Mohd can win medals in shooting while Tejaswin Shankar and Hima Das are also in the finals of the Mens High Jump and Womens 400m respectively.04.22 IST: India’s first medal round on Wednesday is scheduled at 7.30 IST when Mary Kom takes on Sri Lanka’s Anusha Dilrukshi Koddithuwakku in the semi-finals.04.21 IST: Vaishnavi Sutar will face Nigeria’s Faith Obzauaye in Women’s TT6-10 Singles Group 2-Game 4 around 06.30 IST as well.04.18 IST: India’s Maitreyee Sarkar will take on Vero Nime of Papua New Guinea in Women’s TT6-10 Singles Group 1-Game 4 next. The match starts at 6:30 IST.04.16 IST: Also, India will take on South Africa in Women’s Pairs Sectional Play – Section A, Round 4, Match 2 of Lawn Bowls.04.15 IST: The day begins with Krishna Xalxo taking on New Zealand’s Shannon McIlroy in Men’s Singles Sectional Play – Section A, Round 5, Match 1 of Lawn Bowls.Following is India’s schedule on Day 7 of the Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast on Wednesday.HOCKEYMen Pool BIndia vs England (15:00 IST)ATHLETICSWomen’s 400m FinalHima Das (17:15 IST)Women’s Long Jump Qualifying Round – Group ANellickal V. Neena (14:30 IST)Women’s Long Jump Qualifying Round – Group BNayana James (14:30 IST)Men’s High Jump FinalTejaswin Shankar (15:35 IST)BOXINGWomen’s 45-48kg Semifinal 1MC Mary Kom vs Anusha Dilrukshi Koddithuwakku (7:32 IST)Women’s 60kg Quarterfinal 1Sarita Devi vs Australias Anja Stridsman (8:02 IST)Men’s 52kg Quarterfinal 1Gaurav Solanki vs Papua New Guineas Charles Keama (9:05 IST)Men’s 75kg Quarterfinal 1Vikas Krishnan vs Zambias Benny Muziyo (11:31 IST)Women’s 51kg Quarterfinal 2Pinki Rani vs Englands Lisa Whiteside (14:02 IST)Men’s 60kg Quarterfinal 1Manish Kaushik vs England’s Calum French (15:35 IST)SQUASHMen’s DoublesVikram Malhotra and Ramit Tandon vs Wales Peter Creed and Joel Makin (6:30 pm IST)Women’s DoublesJoshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal vs Wales Tesni Evans and Deon Saffery (8pm IST)Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal vs Dianne Kellas and Colette Sultana (Malta) (13:30 pm IST)Mixed DoublesJoshna Chinappa and Harinder Pal Sandhu vs Lisa Aitken & Kevin Moran (Scotland) (15:45 pm IST)TABLE TENNISMen’s Doubles Round of 32Harmeet Desai and Sanil Shetty vs Shemar Britton and Christopher Franklin (Guyana) (8:30 am IST)Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan vs Tauramoa Miita and Nooa Takooa (Kiribati) (7:55 am IST)Women’s DoublesSutirtha Mukherjee and Pooja Sahasrabudhe vs Kinoo Ruqayyah and Sanjana Alix Ramasawmy (7:20 am)Mixed Doubles – Round of 32Pooja Sahasrabudhe and Harmeet Desai vs TBD (9:05 am IST)Sharath Kamal and Mouma Das vs TBDSathiyan Gnanasekaran and Manika Batra (12:00 IST)Sanil Shetty and Madhurika Patkar vs TBD (12:00 IST)Men’s Singles – Round of 64 (all matches 12:45 am IST)Harmeet Desai vs TBDSharath Kamal vs TBDG Sathiyan vs TBDWomen’s Singles – Round of 32Madhurika Patkar vs TBD (13:30 pm IST)Manika Batra vs TBD (14:15 pm IST)Mouma Das vs TBD (14:15 pm IST)BADMINTON (all matches from 13:45 pm IST)Women’s Singles – Round of 32Saina Nehwal vs Elsie De Villiers (SA)PV Sindhu vs Andra Whiteside (SA)Ruthvika Gadde vs Grace Atipaka (Ghana)Men’s Singles – Round of 32Srikanth Kidambi vs Aatish Lubah (Mauritius)HS Prannoy vs Christopher Jean Paul (Mauritius)Mixed Doubles – Round of 32Ashwini Ponnappa and Satwik Rankireddy vs Ben Lane and Jessica Pugh (Eng)Pranaav Chopra and N Sikki Reddy vs Burty Molia and Karyn Gibsonlast_img read more