Turkey's Adem Asil celebrates after winning the men's all-around title at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Antalya ©Getty Images

Turkey’s Adem Asil thrilled the home crowd in Antalya when he claimed the men’s all-around title at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships.

Asil emerged victorious with a winning score of 84.965 points to raise the roof at the Antalya Sports Hall in the Turkish city.

The reigning world rings champion proved too strong on his favourite apparatus, scoring an impressive 15.033 points.

Asil also starred on the vault with 15.100 points, while notching 14.300 on the parallel bars, 13.933 in the floor exercise, 13.433 on the high bar and 13.166 on the pommel horse.

It was stunning success for Asil who made history by becoming Turkey’s first-ever European all-around champion.

Turkish Sports Minister Muharrem Kasapoğlu hailed the performance of Asil, who had previously won three silver and three bronze medals at the European Championships.

"I would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of Adem Asil, who made us proud as the European champion," said Kasapoğlu.

"I wish continued success to our national athlete, who waved our star and crescent flag and played our national anthem in the Championship held in our country."

Britain’s Jake Jarman top scored on vault with 15.266 points as he finished second overall with 83.463.

The battle for bronze went down to the final rotation with Ukraine’s Illia Kovtun edging Armenia's Artur Davtyan with 83.032 to complete the podium.

Competition is due to continue tomorrow with the women’s all-around final.