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Asked what India has learned heading towards the upcoming World Cup in London, Rani said: "We are playing England in our first game and we need to work towards that". Also, this is the first gold for India in Women's boxing in the current edition after Pinki Rani, L Sarita Devi and Lovlina Borgohain failed to live up the billing.

As soon she received the gold medal, social media users started applauding the boxer for her remarkable victory for India.

However, a second from Ward in the third quarter proved to be enough as the fourth passed scoreless, with England holding on to win bronze for the second Games in a row. Follow live updates from the men's hockey bronze medal play-off between India and England at the 2018 Commonwealth Games here.

Among the women, Vinesh won gold in the 50kg competition as she ended at the top of the standings at the end of the Nordic format.

Saina Nehwal also reached gold medal match with a gutsy performance against Kirsty Gilmour of Scotland.

The penultimate day of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games gets underway with a lot of athletes playing in their Semifinals and Finals.

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Speaking of her 22-year-old opponent Kristina O'Hara, who works as a carer in a nursing home, Mary Kom said she has sparred with her in the past.

Botswana finished with a time of 3:26:86 seconds to win bronze.

Meanwhile, Rio Olympics medallist Sakshi Malik took the bronze medal in the women's 62kg category.

Sumit, on the other hand, competed in three bouts but didn't have to fight it out in the gold medal bout after his Nigerian rival Sinivie Boltic pulled out citing an injury sustained earlier in the day.

Jessie Lartey picked bronze in the 64kg light welterweight division despite his controversial defeat to Canada's Thomas Blumenfeld at the Oxenford Studios.

India had no choice but to go all out and succeeded in getting another penalty corner in the first minute of the final quarter but once again couldn't convert it.

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