Glasgow Commonwealth Games: 41-point TT rally becomes talking point on social media

Zee Media Bureau/ Suyash Srivastava

New Delhi: Top table tennis players from across the world have come at Glasgow to showcase their skills, but the 41-point rally between Nigeria`s Segun Toriola and Singapore`s Ning Gao has become the talking point for all the sports fans.

Toriola, who was seen defending throughout the rally, displayed his skills in front of a wonderful crowd and eventually won the point after Gao`s shot went long.

Ning Gao looked all set to win the match comprehensively as he won the first two games 11-7, 11-8. But Toriola bounced back with a tremendous fightback and won the next two games 11-0, 11-7. However, when it mattered the most, Gao raised the level of his game and won the last game to seal the match.

Nigeria had to settle for bronze after losing to Singapore 3-1, but this 41-shot rally has become the rage on the social media.

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