India Vs Pakistan CWG 2022: 40 medals in India’s account in the Commonwealth, but where is Pakistan in the medal tally?

Birmingham: 9th Indian players of Birmingham Commonwealth 2022 Especially in wrestling, India got three gold medals. On the fourth day of the Games, a total of 14 medals came in India’s bag, due to which the medal tally has jumped to the fifth position. A total of 40 medals have come in India’s account so far, in which 13 are gold, 11 silver and 16 bronze medals. At the same time, Australia is at the first place in the medal tally with 155 medals, while a total of 148 medals have come in the account of hosts England. At the same time, Canada is at number three with a total of 84 medals and New Zealand is in fourth place with 44 medals.

In such a situation, it is expected that on the 10th day of the game, India will surpass New Zealand and cross the number of medals beyond 50. At the same time, India’s neighboring country Pakistan is also participating in the Commonwealth Games, but it is far behind in the medal tally. Pakistan has so far won only 7 medals, including one gold, three silver and three bronze medals.

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Pakistan’s only gold medal went to Mohammad Noah Butt in the weightlifting competition. Noah won the gold medal for Pakistan in the 109 kg weight category. Apart from this, Pakistan got five medals in wrestling. In wrestling, Pakistan has got two silver and one bronze medal. Zaman Anwar has won silver for Pakistan in the 125 kg weight category.

At the same time, Mohammad Inam won the silver medal in wrestling in the 86 kg category, while Ianat Ullah also won the bronze medal in the 65 kg weight category of wrestling. On the other hand, Hussain Shah won the bronze medal in the Judo competition to Pakistan.

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Pakistan also won two medals in wrestling on the 9th day of the Games. Muhammad Sharif Tahir won the silver medal for the country in the 74 kg weight category, while Ali Asad also won the bronze medal in the 57 kg category in wrestling itself.

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