Commonwealth Games 2014: Wrestler Pawan Kumar Beats Pakistan's Muhammad Inam to Clinch Bronze

Updated: 01 August 2014 03:26 IST

The two wrestlers were tied at 6-6 but Pawan Kumar was adjudged the winner since he scored the last point.

Commonwealth Games 2014: Wrestler Pawan Kumar Beats Pakistan's Muhammad Inam to Clinch Bronze
Pawan Kumar (R) in action during his bout. © AP

Glasgow:

Indian wrestler Pawan Kumar pulled off a stunning come from behind win against Pakistan's Muhammad Inam to clinch the bronze medal in the men's freestlye 86kg category in the 2014 Commonwealth Games at the SECC Hall here on Thursday. (Day 8 Blog | Medals | Results)

The two wrestlers were tied at 6-6 but Pawan was adjudged the winner since he scored the last point. (Also read: Babita Kumari Wrestles to Gold | Yogeshwar Dutt Wins Gold)

Topics : Wrestling Commonwealth Games 2014
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