Justin Rose revelled in a "very special" victory at the Turkish Airlines Open that saw him successfully defend his 2017 title and return to world number one.
Rose had trailed Li Haotong by three shots heading into the final round, but with four holes remaining the Englishman was two clear.
Li carded an eagle to move level with Rose, before the pair traded birdies and bogeys to finish tied on 17 under through 72 holes.
A dramatic play-off saw Rose miss a birdie putt before Li did the same and subsequently pushed his par attempt wide of the hole to hand his rival the crown.
It is the first time Rose has retained a title in his career and he was delighted to get over the line again in Antalya.
"There were moments out there where it looked like both of us weren't holding our nerve very well, it was quite tricky to putt coming in, and 18 claimed a scalp at the end, but that's a treacherous green and one you definitely need to respect," Rose told the European Tour website.
"It was a fun battle. Obviously I got myself two ahead with a few to play. Haotong made a fantastic eagle at 15, the 16th we were both in there and I got my nose in front again.
"Disappointing for me to finish five, five really. The five at 18 you can somewhat live with, the five at 17 I should have cleaned that hole up a bit easier than I did. But it ended up okay in the end.
"[It is] really important [to defend the title], it's taken me long enough to do it. Maybe I haven't won enough tournaments to give myself enough opportunities to defend.
"This golf course obviously suits my eye and when you find a course that suits your eye you feel like you should give yourself a few opportunities to win there.
"To do it back-to-back was very special this week."
Victory also sees Rose climb above Brooks Koepka in the world rankings, but sitting top of the pile is just an added bonus for the Olympic champion.
"Yes, it's really nice, that's just something to be proud of," he added. "It doesn't mean much or give you much.
"But it's just something to be proud of for sure."
14. November 2018
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13. November 2018
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|Murray commits to Brighton until 2020|
|Rooney rejected chance of pre-World Cup farewell|
|Impressive Anderson thrashes Nishikori|
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|Rooney: I´ll finish my career in the US|
|McIlroy unsure of 2019 European Tour membership|
|Australian Open dismisses concerns of Federer scheduling bias|
|Hue Jackson joins Bengals staff as ´special assistant´|
|Real Madrid confirm Reguilon injury|
|Higuain handed two-match ban for Juve meltdown|
|Kruis ruled out for England as Jones calls up uncapped quartet|
|A year on from Italy failure, Ventura leaves Chievo after four games|
|Bairstow misses out as unchanged England promote Stokes|
|Recalled Alba denies Luis Enrique bust-up|
|´Unhappy´ Christensen won´t push for Chelsea exit|
|Nadal to make Abu Dhabi comeback in December|
|Taijul helps Bangladesh tighten their grip despite Taylor ton|
|Neymar joining Real Madrid wouldn´t hurt Iniesta|
|It´s just team spirit - Livingston not worried by Durant-Green exchange|
|Trippier out of England squad with groin injury|
|Ex-Sri Lanka international Lokuhettige charged by ICC|
|Former England and Chelsea star Joe Cole retires|
|Nets offer support to LeVert following serious leg injury|
|Panenka proud Sergio Ramos imitates his penalties|
|Liverpool´s Alisson seeks patience to reach potential|
|Anthony Davis leads Pelicans, Clippers hold off Warriors in OT|
|Lindelof rues international break for Man Utd|
|Shaqiri confident in more goals for Liverpool|
|Giants too good for 49ers in crunch time|
|Southgate named honorary Yorkshireman|
|Nicky Butt: Manchester United are low on confidence|
|Criticism of Barcelona star Dembele is overblown - agent|
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|Acuna, Ohtani win rookie of the year awards|
|LeBron James on Lakers’ early season struggles: ‘I almost cracked’|
|Welbeck has successful second operation on broken ankle|
|UEFA warns FFP cases can be reopened based on ´new information´|
12. November 2018
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