The Iranian, world and Olympic champion, opened the match better and dominantly gained a 4:0 lead.
Nemes broke the dominance of the opponent, returned to the match with two points, and then won another one with a minute and a half to go.
The new two points gave Nemes an advantage, which he kept until the end of the match.
Mate Nemeš defeated Hasrat Jafarov from Azerbaijan 5:2 in the semi-finals, and before that he defeated the representatives of India, Turkey and Poland.
In three days of competition in Belgrade, Serbia won four gold medals – Ali Arsalan won the first gold, then Zurabi Datunashvili and today won by Sebastian Nagy.