Saturday, 29 March 2014
Miguel Angel Jimenez and Thongchai Jaidee are presented with the trophy by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak  (Getty Images)
Miguel Angel Jimenez and Thongchai Jaidee are presented with the trophy by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (Getty Images)

After a spellbinding final day at the inaugural EurAsia Cup presented by DRB-HICOM, europeantour.com took a numerical look back the action...

10 - Points apiece at close of play, meaning the inaugural edition of the EurAsia Cup was shared

327 - Holes of competition over 3 days as contest went down to the very last hole of the very last match

5 - Points Asia were down after day 1 fourball whitewash from Europe 

4 - The points deficit Team Asia faced heading into the Saturday singles

6 - Singles matches won by Asia on Sunday plus 2 halved games

7 - Shots under par Anirban Lahiri was through 17 holes in defeating Victor Dubuisson 2&1

3 - Eagles on day 3 including 2 from Lahiri at the 11th and 16th

4 - Holes Prayad Marksaeng was down to Jamie Donaldson through the turn before going on to claim half a point at the 18th

2 - Number of singles matches won outright by Europe (Miguel Angel Jimenez and Joost Luiten)

2.5 - Total points won by Miguel Angel Jimenez and Jamie Donaldson - the top scoreres in the first EurAsia Cup

1 - Other player undefeated: Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

3 - Players joint-top scored for Team Asia with 2 points apiece: Anirban Lahiri, Kim Hyung-sung and Siddikur Rahman

1 - EurAsia Cup trophy shared by 20 players

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