Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Mohammad Hussamuddin (57kg) stormed into the quarter-finals with a 5-0 win over Chhattisgarh’s Sahil at the National Boxing Championships, in Bellary (Karnataka) on Saturday.

Defending champion Hussamuddin, who is representing Services Sports Control Board, displayed smart and mature boxing and landed plenty of punches to secure a unanimous 5-0 win. He will face Rushikesh Goud of Maharashtra on Sunday.

In the other round of 16 match in the 57kg category, Haryana’s Sachin was up against Manipur’s Jobison Yengkokpam.

World youth champion Sachin, who caused a huge upset on Friday by defeating world championship medallist Gaurav Bidhuri, made light work of his opponent and won 5-0 to book his spot in the quarters.

In 54kg, Goa’s Roshan Zamir produced a dominant show in the last round to outwit Suraj Bhan Singh of Rajasthan 3-2 in one of the closest bouts of the day.

Rajasthan’s Bhim Pratap Singh (51kg) and Delhi’s Rohit Mor (57kg) too progressed into the quarter-finals with identical 5-0 victories on the fourth day of the championships.

In the 60kg match, Tripura’s Parvinder Poonia beat Prabhu Murali of Tamil Nadu 5-0.

Chandigarh’s Aman (67kg) and Sachin (71kg) impressed everyone with their attacking boxing as both of them won after forcing the referee to stop the contest in the second round and sailed into the quarters.

Aman defeated Orissa’s SR Sahoo and Sachin got the better of Uttarakhand’s Devender Singh.

The gold-medallists from this event will make the Indian team for the World Championships in Belgrade next month.