There was plenty of cracking action at the Asian Games on Friday, starting a medal rush for the UAE.
The Emirates won two golds and three silvers, with one gold coming in the jet ski category and the remaining being won by the country's famed jiu-jitsu fighters.
India won the men's doubles tennis gold after Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan beat Kazakhstan's Aleksandar Bublik and Denis Yevseyv 6-3, 6-4 in the final.
In what would have been unthinkable in India before the Asiad, there will be no kabaddi gold medals for the spiritual home of the sport.
A day after Iran stunned the seven-time champion Indian men in the semi-finals, the Iranians won the women's title with a 27-24 thriller over India on Friday. This is the first time since the sport was introduced in 1990 that India will not win a gold.
Meanwhile, South Korean shooter Jeong You-jin won gold in the men's 10m running target event. The veteran beat Pak Myong-won of North Korea 6-4 in the final.
Check out our photo gallery that has the best pictures from the action in Indonesia.
From Amith Passela in Jakarta:
UAE goes on medal rush at Asiad with two golds and three silvers
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