The Asian Wrestling Championships have concluded with Japan top of the medal table ©Getty Images

Iran enjoyed a successful final day of the Asian Wrestling Championships in the men’s freestyle to end the competition on a high at the Buyant Ukhaa Sport Palace in Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia.

World bronze medallist Yones Emamichoghaei, Amirhossein Firouzpourbandpei and Yadollah Mohammadkazem Mohebbi produced gold medal winning performances to establish Iran second in the overall medals table.

Emamichoghaei defeated Kazakhstan’s defending champion Nurkozha Kaipanov to claim his career title at the competition in the under-74 kilograms division.

Earlier in the day he had swept aside Bat-Erdeniin Byambadorj in the semi-final.

The Mongolian also lost to Japan’s Daichi Takatani to miss out on bronze while Islambek Orozbekov of Kyrgyzstan fended off Uzbekistan’s Ikhtiyor Navruzov.

Amirhossein Firouzpourbandpei added a second title of the day to Iran’s collection in the under-92kg category by comfortably taking down Dagvadorjiin Orgilokh of Mongolia.

India’s Viky Viky achieved bronze alongside Uzbekistan’s Adilet Davlumbayev.

Viky triumphed in a close bout against Ajiniyaz Saparniyazov of Uzbekistan while Davlumbayev won by fall against Yakuma Otsu of Japan.

Mohebbi successfully won Iran’s tenth medal of the Asian Championships in the over-125kg class.

His third Asian gold was acquired in the final against Kazakhstan’s Alisher Yergali, who had secured his fourth consecutive Asian medal.

South Korea’s Jung Yei-Hyun and Mongolia’s Enkhtüvshingiin Batmagnai produced bronze winning performances against Turkmenistan’s Şatlyk Hemelýäýew and Uzbekistan’s Sardorbek Kholmatov.

Meanwhile, Japan's Rio 2016 Olympic silver medallist Rei Higuchi achieved gold in the under-61kg by defeating Iran’s Darioush Gholizadeh.

Winning in the bronze medal matches were Akbar Kurbanov of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan’s former world champion Ulukbek Zholdoshbekov.

Kurbanov downed India’s Mangal Kadyan while Zholdoshbekov beat Bahrain’s Alibeg Alibegov.

Azamat Dauletbekov of Kazakhstan completed the title winners thanks to a comfortable victory against Deepak Punia of India, who is now a four-time Asian medallist.

Iran’s Mohsen Mostafavi disposed of South Korea’s Kim Gwan-uk and Uzbekistan’s Bobur Islomov scraped past Saiakbai Usupov of Kyrgyzstan in the bronze medal matches.

This year’s Asian Championships concluded with Japan topping the overall medal table with 10 golds, two silvers and nine bronzes.

Iran added two silvers and three bronzes to their 10 golds to finish in second while Kazakhstan won five golds, eight silvers and eight bronzes to come third.