Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain attempts to clear a shot from the rough on the sixth hole during the second round of the Eurasia Cup golf tournament at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Subang, Thursday, March 28, 2014.

Kuala Lumpur - Asia has staged an improbable Ryder Cup-like comeback on the final day of the EurAsia Cup on Saturday, picking up seven of 10 points available in singles to level the score at 10-all and share the trophy with Europe.

Asia, trailing 7-3 going into the final day, briefly took the lead at 9½-8½ before Joost Luiten beat Koumei Oda 1-up to pull the Europeans level.

That left the tournament going down to the final match between Asia's Hideto Tanihara and Europe's Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, which finished all square.

Tanihara sank an eight-foot putt to halve the 17th after Fernandez-Castano eagled 16 to even the match.

Europe, which led 5-0 after the opening fourball competition Thursday, only needed 3½ points Saturday to clinch the trophy. - Sapa-AP