Yet to watch Ganguly's celebration: Lakshya Sen opens up on going shirtless after clinching gold at CWG 2022
CWG 2022: Lakshya Sen clinched the gold medal in the men's singles of the badminton event at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Lakshya joined PV Sindhu and the men's doubles pair of Chirag Shetty and Satwik Rankireddy in winning the top prize for the Indian from the sport which helped India get 61 medals.
WATCH: Lakshya Sen takes off jersey, throws racket into crowd in wild celebration after winning CWG 2022 gold
After winning the final match against Ng Tze Yong, Lakshya Sen celebrated his maiden Commonwealth Games gold medal win in style. After the final smash that won him the match point, Lakshya Sen threw his racket into the crowd, and held his head in disbelief after clinching the gold.
National Anthem Being Played After Sindhu's Win Motivated Me To Repeat Same Lakshya Sen | Sports Video / Photo Gallery
Indian Shuttler Lakshya Sen clinched the country's second badminton gold of the day, defeating Malaysia's Ng Tze Yong in the final of the men's singles category at the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham on August 08. "From the very beginning, I was feeling that I can do well and didn't put too much pressure on myself. India's National Anthem being played after PV Sindhu's win motivated me a lot. It was a proud moment when the same happened after my victory," he said, while talking to ANI. Sen fought brilliantly on his way to victory. He won the match by 19-21, 21-19 and 21-16. He took on the Malaysian challenge head-on and toiled his way towards the ultimate prize. (Video credit: ANI)(Video credit: ANI)
CWG 2022: 20-year-old Lakshya Sen makes history, wins Birmingham Commonwealth Games gold; India got the 20th gold medal
Indian badminton star Pusarla Venkata Sindhu and young sensation Lakshya Sen clinched gold medals at the 2022 Commonwealth Games by winning their respective finals on Monday. Sindhu beat Canadian Michelle Lee 2-0 to claim her first-ever Commonwealth gold medal in women’s singles. The Indian commuter beat Glasgow 2014 Games gold medalist Michelle 21-15, 21-13. Lakshya […]