Hasan Yazdani expectedly proved too excellent for Deepak Punia, who settled for a silver nearest dropping by means of technical superiority to the Iranian legend within the males’s 86kg division as Bharat’s wrestling marketing campaign concluded on the Asian Video games in Hangzhou on Saturday with six medals however with no gold. It used to be the second one future that Deepak discovered himself up towards his adolescence idol Yazdani, the two-time Olympic medallist and eight-time Global Championship medallist. Within the 2019 Global Championships in Nur Sultan, Deepak had reached the general on debut however didn’t combat towards the Iranian because of a substructure shock and conceded the bout, settling for a silver. (Asian Video games 2023 Medals Tally | Asian Video games 2023 Complete Agenda)
The 24-year-old Deepak, referred to as ‘Ketli Pehalwan’, used to be in all probability beaten as he may just no longer discover a unmarried scoring progress towards Yazdani, who had roughly settled the general by means of taking a commanding 8-0 top within the first length.
Yazdani completed the bout early in the second one length to barricade his name.
In the meantime, Yash Tunir (74kg), Vicky (97kg) and Sumit Malik (125kg) crashed out of the Video games with out attaining the medal spherical.
Total, Bharat received six medals and the embarrassing defeat of Bajrang Punia on Friday used to be the most important sadness.
Sunil Kumar (87kg), Antim Panghal (53kg), Sonam Malik (62kg), Aman Sehrawat (57kg) and Kiran Bishnoi (76kg) have been the alternative medal winners for Bharat.
Within the 2018 version, Bharat had received 3 medals, together with two gold via Bajrang and Vinesh Phogat.
Within the males’s 86kg division, Deepak used to be edgy in his akin 3-2 win over Bahrain’s Magomed Sharipov in his qualification spherical however stored getting higher together with his bouts.
He, expectedly, ruled Indonesia’s Randa Riandesta, successful by means of technical superiority, and outgunned Japan’s Shirai Shota 7-3 within the quarterfinals.
Within the last-four level, he used to be up towards a difficult rival in Uzbekistan’s Javrail Shapiev however prevailed 4-3.
Yash misplaced by means of technical superiority to Magomet Evloev from Tajikistan nearest beating Cambodia’s Chheang Chhoeun in his pre-quarterfinal.
Vicky made an progress following his defeat to Kazakhstan’s Alisher Yergali date Sumit Malik used to be ousted when he misplaced by means of technical superiority to Kyrgyzstan’s Aiaal Lazarev.
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