“It was a great performance today from every single one of them,” Bjorn said. AFP / MOHD RASFAN
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Europe came from behind to defeat Asia 14-10 and retain the EurAsia Cup title Sunday, in a boost for captain Thomas Bjorn as he gears up for the Ryder Cup. Bjorn's side entered the final day of the tournament in Malaysia trailing Asia by one point but put on a master class in the singles, winning eight out of 12 matches.It was a disappointment for Indian captain Arjun Atwal's men, as Team Asia had ended the first two days of the event, which featured foursome and four-ball matches, with a slim lead.Europe dominated from the start Sunday and their winning point came when Belgium's Thomas Pieters defeated South Korea's An Byeong-hun in a hard-fought match.
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