Commonwealth Games 2014: Boxer Manoj Kumar Enters 64kg Quarters

Updated: 27 July 2014 21:13 IST

Manoj Kumar defeated Canadian Arthur Biyarslanov 2:1 in the Round of 16. Manoj will take on England's Samuel Maxwell in last eight on Tuesday.

Commonwealth Games 2014: Boxer Manoj Kumar Enters 64kg Quarters
Manoj Kumar stormed into the quarters © PTI

Glasgow:

Indian boxer Manoj Kumar entered the quarter-finals of the men's 64 kg event at the Commonwealth Games here on Sunday. (Shreyasi Singh Shoots Silver)

The 27-year-old defeated Canadian Arthur Biyarslanov 2:1 in the Round of 16 at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.

Manoj won the first two rounds with the exact score line of 29 points to Biyarslanov's 28. Though the Canadian came back to win the third and final round with reversed scores, it was too late for him as the judges ruled in favour of the Indian. (Also read: Asab Wins Bronze in Men's Double Trap)

In the last eight, Manoj will take on England's Samuel Maxwell on Tuesday.

Topics : Boxing Commonwealth Games 2014
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