British boxer Anthony Ogogo has delivered a major Olympic upset by defeating Ukraine's Ievgen Khytrov, an opponent rated as the best middleweight at the Games.
Ogogo produced the performance of his life as he matched the highly-fancied Khytrov through three gritty rounds as the bout ended level.
The judges found nothing between the fighters after scoring them 18-18 at the contest's end, and could not separate them again once all the scorecards were totalled.
It left the ringside judges voting on a preferred winner across the fight, with a majority deciding Ogogo had done enough to progress.
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