Takakeihso and two others remain on top at the Autumn Basho (VIDEO)

Ozeki Takakeisho remained at the front of the pack with a hard-fought win, but sekiwake Shodai suffered an upset loss and relinquished his share of the lead at the Autumn Grand Sumo Tournament on Saturday.

Takakeisho beat No. 4 maegashira Yutakayama on Day 7 at Ryogoku Kokugikan to improve to 6-1 and establish himself as the favorite for the Emperor’s Cup after the opening week of the 15-day tournament.

With yokozuna Hakuho and Kakuryu both out through injury, Takakeisho is tied at the top of the standings with rank-and-filers Kotoshoho and Tobizaru.

In the day’s penultimate bout, the 24-year-old ozeki delivered a hard opening blast, but Yutakayama (2-5) held his ground and fought back with a thrusting attack.

The pair exchanged blows before Takakeisho’s powerful pushing and thrusting drove the maegashira backward and out.

Here are all the results from Day 7:

East Kimarite
(Winning Technique)
West
Juryo #2
Kotoyuki
(5-2)
白丸 hikiotoshi 黒丸
Maegashira #15
Shohozan
(0-7)
Maegashira #13
Meisei
(4-3)
白丸 yorikiri 黒丸
Maegashira #17
Ichinojo
(4-3)
Maegashira #15
Shimanoumi
(4-3)
白丸 oshidashi 黒丸
Maegashira #12
Kaisei
(2-5)
Maegashira #12
Kotoshoho
(6-1)
白丸 tsukiotoshi 黒丸
Maegashira #16
Hoshoryu
(3-4)
Maegashira #11
Chiyotairyu
(5-2)
黒丸 shitatedashinage 白丸
Maegashira #14
Tobizaru
(6-1)
Maegashira #9
Enho
(1-6)
黒丸 koshikudake 白丸
Maegashira #11
Kotoshogiku
(2-2-3)
Maegashira #10
Kotoeko
(3-4)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Maegashira #8
Wakatakakage
(5-2)
Maegashira #7
Ryuden
(3-4)
白丸 oshitaoshi 黒丸
Maegashira #10
Sadanoumi
(2-5)
Maegashira #9
Onosho
(5-2)
黒丸 tsukiotoshi 白丸
Maegashira #6
Kagayaki
(5-2)
Maegashira #6
Takayasu
(5-2)
白丸 oshidashi 黒丸
Maegashira #7
Aoiyama
(3-4)
Maegashira #8
Tokushoryu
(1-6)
黒丸 yoritaoshi 白丸
Maegashira #5
Takarafuji
(5-2)
Maegashira #2
Hokutofuji
(2-5)
黒丸 sukuinage 白丸
Maegashira #5
Kiribayama
(5-2)
Maegashira #3
Myogiryu
(3-4)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Maegashira #1
Takanosho
(4-3)
Maegashira #1
Terunofuji
(5-2)
白丸 okuridashi 黒丸
Komusubi
Endo
(3-4)
Sekiwake
Daieisho
(2-5)
黒丸 yorikiri 白丸
Maegashira #4
Tochinoshin
(3-4)
Maegashira #2
Tamawashi
(3-4)
白丸 oshidashi 黒丸
Sekiwake
Mitakeumi
(4-3)
Sekiwake
Shodai
(5-2)
黒丸 tsukiotoshi 白丸
Komusubi
Okinoumi
(2-5)
Maegashira #4
Yutakayama
(2-5)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Ozeki
Takakeisho
(6-1)
Ozeki
Asanoyama
(4-3)
白丸 oshidashi 黒丸
Maegashira #3
Terutsuyoshi
(2-5)

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