Europe retained the EurAsia Cup after putting on a sensational showing on the final day to tame Asia 14 to 10, courtesy of eight wins in the 12 singles matches on Sunday.
Asia had led by a slim margin coming into the individual play, but they were soundly beaten by the Europeans, who are using the match play tournament as a dress rehearsal for the Ryder Cup later this year.
“It was a great performance today, from every single one of them. There was a determination, and a will, and a wanting to win this,” Europe captain Thomas Bjorn said.
“And from there to go out and do the job the way they did shows a lot about the character of these guys and character of European golf. It shows a lot about what we are, and to watch them from the sidelines doing what they do best has been a pleasure.”
Alex Noren got the ball rolling with a 4 and 2 win over Nicholas Fung, before Rafa Cabrera-Bello gave Europe the lead when he beat Gavin Green 4 and 3.
Tommy Fleetwood was next to put a point on the board with a 2 and 1 win over S.S.P Chawrasia.
Poom Saksansin gave Asia their solitary point of the day when he overcame Paul Casey by 1 up.