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  • - denotes the players selected in your European Tour Fantasy Race to Dubai team
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01:10

Day Four: from the BMW Masters presented by SRE Group at Lake Malaren GC, Shanghai

  • Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano wins the 2013 BMW Masters on -11
  • Double bogey at the last sees Spaniard finish one clear of Molinari & Jaidee
  • Moves from 35th to fourth in The Race to Dubai after first event of #FinalSeries
  • Get involved on twitter with #ETLiveBlog

by Will Pearson and Dave Clark

10:40

Finally, let's hear from our champion and the first winner in the maiden edition of the 'Final Series'. Full interview and action coming up on the full live blog now...

10:32

BMW MASTERS: DAY FOUR IN NUMBERS

11 – Under par winning total from Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

6 – The score he posted on the last hole to win by one shot

851,346 – Euros he banks for his seventh European Tour victory

31 – The number of places he moves up The Race to Dubai – from 35th to fourth

3 – BMW-sponsored events he has now won after the 2006 BMW Asian Open and 2012 BMW Italian Open

0 – The number of hats he remembered to bring to China

10 – Shots higher winning total than in 2012 when Peter Hanson prevailed

12 – The places gained by Francesco Molinari thanks to an eight under par 64

25 – Eagles made over the four rounds at Lake Malaren – two of which came from Martin Kaymer on Sunday

16 – Shots better off Peter Hanson was in his final round than in his first (63 vs 79)

5 – The number of rounds he has played in the last five weeks (one practice and four competition)

45,000 – The attendance at Lake Malaren this week

0.19 – The percentage that figure is of Shanghai’s 24million-strong population*

29 – Miles to the next stop in the 'Final Series' – the Sheshan Golf Club – hosts of next week’s WGC-HSBC Champions

*Figure may be wildly inaccurate

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