Here Is How Sakshi Changed The Scoreline From 0-5 To 8-5 In Less Than Final 60 Secs!

India’s Sakshi Malik beat Aisuluu Tynybekova bringing home a bronze medal in the womens freestyle wrestling 58kg category in the bronze medal bout. This incredible player managed to become the first female wrestler to win an Olympic medal.

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She fought the battle from 0-5 down to seal the bout at 8-5. In less then a minute left on the clock she scored a three-point move to seal the bout giving India it’s first medal at Rio 2016 Olympics.
Watch the last 10 seconds when Sakshi was down by 5-4:-

She turned the game in last 10 seconds. Here’s the video of Sakshi Malik receiving the first ever medal for India in Rio Olympics 2016:-

We are proud of Sakshi Malik who won first medal for India in Rio olympics. Share this video & share the joy!

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