Asia staged a stunning comeback for an improbable 10-10 draw with Europe to share the inaugural EurAsia Cup title on Saturday.
Thongchai Jaidee's charges picked up seven of 10 points available in singles for a deserved split of the US$4 million (S$5 million) prize pot.
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.
The final match between Asia's Hideto Tanihara and Europe's Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano then finished all square at the Glenmarie Golf & Country Club in Kuala Lumpur.
On the 18th, Tanihara had a chance to give Asia the win but his birdie putt was a foot to the left. 2011 Singapore Open champion Fernandez-Castano then holed a three-footer to halve the hole, their match and the Cup.
The biennial matchplay showpiece will stay in Malaysia's capital for the next two editions.