The semi-final match of the men's table tennis team between India and Singapore proved to be a challenging one, with G Sathiyan's fourth men losing in the singles match, the opposition team equalised 2-2.
Loser's final: England bt Singapore 3-0.
It was mother of all upsets as prior to this final, the Singapore women's team had never lost in the Commonwealth Games since the sport was inducted in the program way back in 2002. This is where0Achanta picked the pace and Three back to back win - 11-5, 11-4, 11-9 - gave India a crucial lead over Nigeria.
Bode Abiodun won the game and booked Nigeria's place in the final after defeating Samuel Walker ( 8-11,11-8, 11-9, 6-11, 11-8).
After Manika Batra fired India to a historic triumph over Singapore on Sunday, the Sharath Kamal led men's outfit too beat the team from the city-state 3-2 in the semifinals, played earlier on the day.
Her coach, husband and the Indian shooting team's manager Raunak Pandit was by her side as she spoke and when asked what went into maintaining consistency at the highest level, Sidhu turned to her better half for answers.
India so far has nine gold medals, four silver and five bronze.
The Kiwi lifted a combined total of 403kg across the competition to grab the top prize.
The hockey team has not managed to win a single match as yet and were knocked out from the running of semi-final. Annu finished the qualification stage at the second spot with a total of 584 points.
Palwasha Basheer and Murad Ali also lost their respective badminton matches. In the 10,000m women's final, L Suriya recorded a personal best of 32:23.56sec but ended 13th overall, while shot-putter Tejinder Singh was eighth in the final with a best throw of 19.42m.
However, there were disappointments on the pool, with Virdhawal Khade and Srihari Nataraj crashing out of the 50m Freestyle and 200m backstroke event respectively.