Tyrrell Hatton had a fantastic week in the Eurasia Cup as Team Europe came from behind to beat Team Asia in Malaysia.

Hatton won three points from three outings, once with Ross Fisher, another match with Paul Casey in the foursomes before beating Anirban Lahiri in the singles to seal a 14-10 victory for Europe at the Glenmarie Country Club.

Thomas Bjorn’s visitors began the day one point behind Asia but won seven of their first eight matches on Sunday to successfully complete the defence of their crown with several matches still out on course at Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur.

Hatton thoroughly enjoyed the week. He said: “It’s been an amazing experience for me, seeing as it’s my first time in a team event as a pro.

“I’ve loved the week. It’s been great with the team. We’ve had good fun in the team room, as well.

“We needed a big day. The lads have gone out there and done a job, which is fantastic.”

The win and excellent performance bodes well for the 26-year-old who would have done his Ryder Cup chances no hamr at all with a superb 100 per cent record for the week.

Should Hatton not qualify automatically for Paris, his performance here will surely play on the mind of Bjorn with an exciting year ahead.