ISLAMABAD Pakistani boxers have registered new record in the Commonwealth Games history with Muhammad Waseem and Haroon Iqbal Khan qualifying for the semi-final and assured two bronze medals for the country for the first time in the Games history. President Pakistan Boxing Federation Doda Khan Bhutto, vice presidents Iqbal Hussain, Waqar Maroof, Waqar Hussain, secretary general Mohammad Akram Khan, treasurer Ali Akber Shah Qadri, Col Shuja Khan, Rana Ibrar Anwar and other officials and boxing lovers congratulated the boxers, Cuban coach and other team members. They said Pakistani boxers could do better and win gold medal. On Saturday, Muhammad Waseem beat Dunde Micah from Ghana by the score of 4-2 in quarter-final and got the spot in the semi-final of the Games. Muhammad Waseem has three international medals before Commonwealth Games. He got first medal this year in Shaheed Benazir Bhutto International Boxing Tournament which was held at Karachi in last January. Earlier in February this year, Waseem won the silver medal at South Asian Games at Dhaka, Bangladesh and in August, he got the first international gold in Sports Acord Combat Games at Beijing, China. Haroon Iqbal Khan beat Andrew Selby (Wales) after score 3-3 and qualified for the last four stage. Haroon showed his good talent in the ongoing mega event which was his first experience at international level and he assured at least bronze medal. Pakistans third boxer Nisar Khan will play tomorrow (Sunday) in the quarter-final against Harding Keiran (Wales). Three Pakistani boxers Qadri Khan, Mir Waiz Khan and Nawaz Dad went down their initial bouts.