Boxer Lovlina Borgohain defeated Chinese Taipeis Nien-Chin Chen in the Tokyo Olympics womens welterweight quarterfinal by 4-1, finally ensuring the Indian contingents second medal at the Games. What colour her final medal will be is to be decided after the final results. Borgohain is next set to face Turkeys Busenaz Surmeneli during the semifinals on 4 August, 11am IST.Borgohains momentous win came in the last eight bout of the match, and was the result of a split decision. She was playing in attack mode from the beginning of the match, which is fair given that she was facing a player who has been the 2018 World Boxing Championships gold medallist, and the 2019 Asian Championships silver medallist. Borgohains confidence and offensive play helped her win all three rounds of the match.With this win, Borgohain has assured that India will at least be scooping up a bronze medal, since all semifinalists are assured of a medal. Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu had won Indias first medal at the Tokyo Games by clinching the silver medal in the womens 49 kilo category last week.23-year-old Borgohains win, therefore, not only ensures Indias second medal, but also makes her the second Indian woman boxer to win an Olympic medalthe first one had been bagged by MC Mary Kom at the 2012 London Games. It also makes her the third boxer from India to win an Olympic medal, considering Vijendar Singhs bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.