Bjorn off to a flyer
Thomas Bjorn made a charge to the top of the leaderboard with a five-under par opening nine holes on the last day of the European Masters.
After a delayed start because of fog, Bjorn began with a birdie on the par-five first and picked up three more ahead of a two on the par-three ninth, which saw him leapfrog overnight leader Scotsman Craig Lee to head into the turn at 19 under overall with a two-stroke advantage.
Lee - who had held a two-shot lead after carding a stunning 61 on Saturday - birdied the first hole of his final round in search of a first European Tour victory.
However, Lee could then record only a run of pars as Bjorn capitalised to move ahead, along with Spain's Alejandro Canizares - opening with an eagle three - and Frenchman Victor Dubuisson.
England's Ross Fisher - another who eagled the first - and France's Gregory Havret were the other strong movers over the front nine.