Tokyo Olympics: Ravi Dahiya’s stunning win in wrestling, made it to the quarter-finals

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Tokyo: Indian wrestler Ravi Dahiya has entered the quarter-finals of the Tokyo Olympics after defeating Colombian wrestler Oscar Tigueros Urbano in the first round of the 57kg men’s freestyle wrestling category. In this way Ravi Dahiya has won his first match in Tokyo Olympics. Ravi Kumar Dahiya defeated the Colombian wrestler 13-2 in the pre-quarterfinals.

Ravi Dahiya made Colombian wrestler worried

Ravi Dahiya has won this match by 13-2. Ravi Dahiya and Oscar Tigueros Urbano saw a tough fight from the very first minute. Dahiya scored two points, but Urbano leveled the score with a reverse takedown. After this Ravi made a comeback and scored a total of 10 points in the second period.

Match won on the basis of technical superiority

Ravi Dahiya won his first Dangal on the basis of technical superiority on the wrestling mat in Tokyo. Ravi Dahiya will face a wrestler from Bulgaria in the quarter-finals of wrestling. Ravi Dahiya, the fourth seed in the Tokyo Olympic ring, had no problem winning his first match.

Bronze medalist at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships

He led 3-2 in the first round. After this, he scored consecutive points in the second round and went 11 points ahead of Colombia’s Oscar Eduardo. In this way, he made this match his name on the basis of technical strength. Ravi Kumar was the bronze medalist of the 2019 World Wrestling Championship.

Dahiya continuously attacked the opponent’s right leg

Ravi Dahiya consistently attacked the opponent’s right leg and dominated the match after losing points from a ‘take-down’ in the first period. Defending Asian champion Dahiya then registered a 13-2 win with one minute and 10 seconds left in the match.

Showed strength while collecting points from take down

The Indian wrestler showed his technical strength in the second period, collecting points from five take-downs. Dahiya will face Bulgaria’s Georgi Valentinov Vengelov in the quarter-finals, who defeated Algeria’s Abdelhak Kherbache in the first round on technical prowess.

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