Andy Sullivan moved into a share of the lead as he extended his flawless run on the final day of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
The Englishman double-bogeyed his first hole on Thursday but has since gone 58 holes without a dropped shot and two birdies in his first five holes on Sunday moved him to 16 under alongside Danny Willett.
Sullivan had briefly held the lead on his own as Willett dropped a shot on the second but the World Number 20 regained it on the fourth.
Rafa Cabrera-Bello was then at 15 under after four opening pars with Joost Luiten and Henrik Stenson a further shot back.
Overnight leader Willett made a great par at the first after finding a bunker but could not repeat the trick from a waste area on the next and, after Sullivan also made par from sand on the first, the man from Nuneaton birdied the second.
Another birdie followed on the fourth and an excellent par save at the fifth kept him at 16 under, where he was joined by Willett who put his tee shot on the fourth inside eight feet.
Stenson was five under through 11 holes, helped by a brilliant chip-in on the fourth, while Luiten had a single birdie on the third.
Three-time champion Ernie Els was then in the group at 13 under alongside Chris Wood and Haydn Porteous.
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