ISLAMABAD - Pakistani wrestler Mohammad Inam Butt , has revealed how he planned to get psychological advantage against his Indian counterpart in the quarterfinal bout on his way to the Commonwealth Games 2018 Gold medal.
In a video to Geo.tv, the twice CWG Gold medalist said that he in his mind changed the Indian chants into chants in his favour.
“Indian fans were in big numbers at the arena and they were supporting Somveer who was the top favourite to win the title,” said Inam.
“They all were chanting ‘India, India’, and that moment I convinced myself that these chants are Inam, Inam, and not ‘India, India’,” revealed the Pakistani wrestler.
The 29-year-old added that after overpowering the Indian wrestler, he became confident of winning the Gold medal.