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  • Spaniard defeated Richard Green and Thomas Pieters with par on first play-off hole
  • Jimenez the first player in his 50s to win on The European Tour
  • European Tour Destination PGA Catalunya Resort hosts Open de Espana for third time
  • Follow the action in Spanish with the all-new #ETBlogEnVivo
  • Join in on Twitter with #ETLiveBlog

By Will Pearson and Dave Clark


You have to think the celebrations will run long into the night for Miguel Angel Jimenez and co. here at PGA Catalunya Resort and and why not? A very worthy winner, a name of legend, and a 21st title that might well rank up there as the finest of the lot for El Mecanico - the Open de Espana. Much like the fine wines he so enjoys, Miguel Angel Jimenez just gets better with age. From us on the #ETLiveBlog, thanks for joining us this week and see you at Wentworth. Now to Miguel....CHEERS!

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Last, and most certainly not least, let's hear from our champion. What a worthy winner...

Miguel Angel Jimenez (-4) - Open de Espana Champion




Bad luck Richard Green and Thomas Pieters, let's hear from them also Joost Luiten now...

Views from the Top - Open de Espana Day 4




Shots of the Day - Open de Espana Day 4




Day 4 Highlights - Open de Espana




And a couple more for good measure...

• His fifth European Tour victory on home soil and first since the 2003 Turespaña Mallorca Classic. Spain is now the country he has won more European Tour events than any other.

• Becomes the fifth Spanish victory of the 2014 season. They are: Miguel Angel Jiménez (Hong Kong Open and Open de España), Pablo Larrazábal (Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship), Sergio Garcia (Commercial Bank Qatar Masters) and Alejandro Cañizares (Trophëe Hassan II). (This figure would equal the most by a single country this season, along with South Africa).

• Moves into tied tenth in the list of most official European Tour victories, with 21.

• The 13th player to win this season from the 21 stroke play events on The European Tour to make up a final round deficit to win.

• Extends his European Tour exemption until the end of 2016.

• Moves over €22 million in European Tour Official Career Earnings- just the fifth player to achieve the feat.

• Gains an exemption into the 2014 WGC – Bridgestone Invitational and 2015 Volvo Golf Cha

• Extends his own European Tour record for most wins by a player aged 40 and over, to 14 and first over 50.

• Of the oldest 12 victories in European Tour history, now havs four of them.

• The 172nd Spanish victory in European Tour history.

• His 25th win as a professional.

• Moves to 1,414,953 points in The European Ryder Cup Points Table.

• Moves to 129.66 in The Ryder Cup World Points List.

• His second consecutive victory, following the 2014 Great Gwinnett Championship on his debut on the US Champions Tour.

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