BIRMINGHAM – Pakistani athlete Shah Hussain Shah gained Pakistan its first medal within the ongoing Commonwealth Video games (CWG) 2022 in Birmingham as he beat South African opponent in judoka to safe bronze medal.
Dealing with off South Africa’s Thomas-Laszlo Breytnbach within the 90kg class, he misplaced his first spherical however managed to show the tables in subsequent rounds.
Shah downed the opponent in only one minute and 30 seconds to bag the bronze medal.
He had earlier gained a silver medal within the 2014 version of the Commonwealth Video games in Glasgow. The Pakistani judoka had additionally bagged two gold medals within the South Asian Video games.
Social media customers have showered praises on Shah Hussain Shah for successful the medal for Pakistan.
Congratulations Pakistan lastly 1st Medal 👏👏shah hussain shah has gained bronze medal for Pakistan pic.twitter.com/s9RkweoQc4
— Kulsoom Hazara🇵🇰 (@kulsoomkarateka) August 3, 2022
After Judoka Shah Hussain Shah grabbed Pakistan their first bronze medal on the #CommonwealthGames22 Nooh Dastgir Butt wins maiden gold medal for Pakistan in weightlifting 109 kg class, thus ending a medal drought. Properly carried out each of them. pic.twitter.com/9VK3jIE85l
— Abdul Majeed Khan Marwat (@koolkopper) August 4, 2022
— Mehran Ch 🏴☠️ (@IMehranOffical) August 4, 2022
After Pakistan opened its medal tally in Birmingham, Pakistani weightlifter Nooh Dastagir Butt on Wednesday bagged the maiden gold medal within the CWG 2022.
Competing within the 109+kg class, Butt lifted 173kg in snatch and 232kg in clear and jerk, setting one other report. General, Butt lifted 405kg and this too is a report in CWG 2022.