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The Indian contingent capped a memorable Day 9 at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, as PV Sindhu secured the nation's second medal at the latest Summer Games.

The ace shuttler beat China's He Bingjiao 21-13, 21-15 to become only the second Indian, after wrestler Sushil Kumar, to win two individual Olympic medals.

Elsewhere, the Indian's men's hockey team scripted history as they beat Great Britain 3-1 to reach the semi-finals of an Olympic Games for the first time since 1980.

August 1, 7:15 PM: India's report card at the end of Day 9 at Tokyo 2020

Badminton: PV Sindhu beat China's He Bing Jiao 21-13, 21-15 to win the women's singles bronze medal match

Hockey: India beat Great Britain 3 - 1 in the quarter-finals.

Boxing: Satish Kumar lost 5-0 to reigning world champion Bakhodir Jalolov of Uzbekistan in the men's super heavyweight quarterfinal.

Equestrian - Fouaad Mirza finishes 22nd in the cross-country stage of individual eventing.

Golf: Anirban Lahiri finishes tied 42nd while Udayan Mane finishes 56th.

August 1, 7:10 PM: ICYMI: Marcell Jacobs wins 100m gold for Italy

Marcell Jacobs, the first Italian to run in the Olympic 100 metres final, returned with gold after clocking 9.80 seconds. In doing so, he bettered his personal best record of 10.10 seconds in 2020 by 0.23 seconds.

America's Fred Kerley (silver) and Canada's Andre DeGrasse (bronze) complete the podium finishes.

August 1, 7:00 PM: India qualify for Tokyo 2020 semi-finals!

Tears of joy roll down the Indian men's hockey team players as they reach the semi-final of the Summer Games for the first time since Moscow 1980.

The Men in Blue broke through the barrage of possession from Great Britain to score three past goalkeeper Ollie Payne.

August 1, 6:53 PM: GOAL! India 3-1 Great Britain

Just as the pressure was building on India, Hardik Singh goes on the offensive in the Great Britain half, and finally finding the goal after his first attempt was denied by Ollie Payne.

Score: India 3 - 1 Great Britain 

August 1, 6:45 PM: Sreejesh the wall!

India goalkeeper Sreejesh has been tested predominantly in the final quarter. Great Britain's players are pressing in the Indian box but the custodian continues to stand tall.

Score: India 2 - 1 Great Britain

August 1, 6:35 PM: IND vs GBR: End of quarter 3

After three unsuccessful penalty corners in the final minute of the third quarter, Great Britain have finally scored a goal to take the score to 2-1.

Samuel Ian Ward makes the breakthrough for GBR, who will enter the final quarter aiming to seal a come-from-behind victory.

August 1, 6:06 PM: IND vs GBR: End of quarter 2

Despite the possession numbers against them, India are in a commanding position in the men's hockey quarter-final against Great Britain.

The British have been far from convincing in terms of their finishing, and also registered a couple of misplaced passes in the second quarter.

Score: India 2 - 0 Great Britain 

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