Iran Greco-Roman wrestling team captured title at 2018 Asian Cadets championships with four golds, one silver and two bronze medals.
Amirreza DEHBOZORGI (IRI) used a four-point comeback in the final 20-seconds to steal the 45kg gold medal from Akyikat KULZHIGIT UULU (KGZ), 5-5.
Dehbozorgi trailed 5-0 late in the opening period after giving up a passivity point and two gut wrenches. He finally got on the board with a step out to end the first period. The Iranian bulldozed Kulzhigit Uulu with two high-level shots in the final 20 second of the closing period to steal the gold medal on criteria, 5-5.
Sajjad ABBASPOURRAGANI (IRI) stopped a late surge from Iskhar KURBAYEV (KAZ) in the 48kg gold medal bout to give Iran back-to-back continental titles.
Abbaspourragani's second period takedown extended his lead to 5-0. Kurbayev picked up four points of his own and closed the gap to 5-4, but the Iranian got a front head and spun behind for the 7-4 victory.
Mohammad NOSRATI (IRI) gave Iran their third gold medal of the night after shutting out Kumar NITESH (IND), 6-0 in the 92kg finals.
Nosrati picked up a four-point throw and immediately went into a gut, picking up the matches six points.
Iran picked up their fourth title of the tournament, while Japan and Kazakhstan closed out the second day of wrestling with their second Greco-Roman gold medal.
Mohammad NAGHOUSI (IRI) outlasted Beomsoo CHEON (KOR), 6-5 in the back-and-forth battle for the 80kg title.
Naghousi picked up a takedown with under ten seconds left to give Iran their fourth Greco-Roman gold medal.
GOLD - Iran (180 points)
SILVER - Kazakhstan (138)
BRONZE - Uzbekistan (135 points)
Fourth - India (119 points)
Fifth - Japan (109 points)
GOLD - Amirreza DEHBOZORGI (IRI) df. Akyikat KULZHIGIT UULU (KGZ), 5-5
BRONZE - Maksat YERMANOV (KAZ) df. Baigali BAIGALI (CHN), 12-1
BRONZE - Aslamdzhon AZIZOV (TJK) df. Arslanbek ZAKIRBAYEV (TKM), 9-0
GOLD - Sajjad Javid ABBASPOURRAGANI (IRI) df. Iskhar KURBAYEV (KAZ), 7-4
BRONZE - Abror ATABAEV (UZB) df. Jiajun YANG (CHN), 8-0
BRONZE - Taiga ONISHI (JPN) df. Yousef Matrood R ALOMAIRI (KSA), 11-0
GOLD - Wataru SASAKI (JPN) df. Firuz MIRZORADZHABOV (TJK), 3-0
BRONZE - Lazizkhon UZBEKOV (UZB) df. Iman Hossein Khoon MOHAMMADI (IRI), 5-3
BRONZE - Laishram Sayon MEITEI (IND) df. Tahyr SHADYYEV (TKM), 8-0
GOLD - Din Mukhamed KOSHKAR (KAZ) df. Amirbek SULTONOV (UZB), 3-1
BRONZE - Amirhossein Gholam Reza KHOUNSARI (IRI) df. Davlatali SHARIPOV (TJK), 4-2
BRONZE - Vikas VIKAS (IND) df. Bekbolsun TURGUMBEKOV (KGZ), 5-2
GOLD - Asilbek NEMATOV (UZB) df. Shahin Eidi BADAGHI MOFRAD (IRI), via fall.
GOLD - Abdiazim KARABAYEV (KAZ) df. Bakdaulet EGEMBERDIEV (KGZ), 9-0
BRONZE - Vikas VIKAS (IND) df. Minwook BAN (KOR), 13-4
BRONZE - XU Bin (CHN) df. Hossein Afrasiyab GHASEMI (IRI), 9-0
GOLD - Shu YAMADA (JPN) df. Khabibdzhon ZUKHUROV (TJK), 7-2
BRONZE - Veisal EYUBOV (KAZ) df. Hyeonjin KANG (KOR), 8-0
BRONZE - Deepak DEEPAK (IND) df. Masoud Ali Akbar KAVOUSI GHAFI (IRI), 8-0
GOLD - Mohammad Aziz NAGHOUSI (IRI) df. Beomsoo CHEON (KOR), 6-5
BRONZE - Ravi MALIK (IND) df. Bekzat ORUNKUL UULU (KGZ), 8-0
BRONZE - Bekzod AKHMEDOV (UZB) df. Yerzat YERLANOV (KAZ), 8-0
BRONZE - Kosei TAKESHITA (JPN) df. Madiyar MAULITKANOV (KAZ), 12-4
BRONZE - Elmirbek SADYROV (KGZ) df. Sheng XIA (CHN), 0-0
GOLD - Mohammad Ghorbanali NOSRATI (IRI) df. Kumar NITESH (IND), 6-0
BRONZE - Abrorbek NURMUKHAMMEDOV (UZB) df. Arkyt OROZBEKOV (KGZ), 10-6
BRONZE - Minho LEE (KOR) df. Cheng Gang NI (TPE), 10-0
GOLD - Sungjun EUN (KOR) df. Mukhammadali SAYDULLAEV (UZB), via fall.
BRONZE - Mohammadreza Eisa ABDIAN (IRI) df. Radion ISKOZHIN (KAZ), 11-0