India ended their successful campaign at the Asian Wrestling Championship in New Delhi on Sunday on a high as Sumit Kumar bagged a silver medal in the men's 125kg freestyle category. The hosts finished with 10 medals - a lone gold by Bajrang Punia, five silver and four bronze medals.
India's performance was one medal more that their nine-medal haul in the previous edition held in Bangkok.
Sumit went down 2-6 to Iranian grappler Yadollah
In the second half, the Iranian took one more point and then denied Sumit any opportunity to score.
Earlier, Sumit beat Japnese Taiki Yamamoto 6-3 and Farkhod Anakulov of Tajikistan 7-2 in the quarterfinals and semifinals respectively.
Two other Indian grapplers in action on the day lost in the quarterfinals - Harphool in men's 61kg category went down to Rei Higuchi of Japan and Vinod Kumar Omprakash bowed out to Japanese Momojiro Nakamura in men's 70kg.
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