England's Chris Wood came from five shots down to claim victory in the Lyoness Open at Atzenbrugg in Austria and secure a second European Tour title.

The 27-year-old carded a superb final five-under round of 67 as overnight leader Frenchman Gregory Bourdy collapsed and Rafa Cabrera-Bello of Spain also faltered over the turn at the Diamond Country Club.

Wood picked up five birdies to put pressure on the leaders as Bourdy, in complete contrast to the first three days, produced a horrible six over par while Cabrera-Bello finished level as the Englishman recorded a two-stroke victory at 15 under.

Ireland’s Michael Hoey finished five under after a final round of 69, Peter Lawrie also finished five under after a 70, while Simon Thornton finished one over after a 75.

Englishman Robert Rock produced the best closing round of six under par to shoot up the leaderboard for a share of third place, which would have been better but for a bogey on the 14th.

Compatriots Robert Dinwiddie and Matthew Fitzpatrick also finished on 10 under.

Bourdy ended tied sixth following his 78, a final round which swiftly went downhill after a birdie on the first was followed by a double bogey on the second and three more on the back nine.

Cabrera-Bello, meanwhile, saw his challenge dented after three successive bogeys from the ninth hole, with birdies on 15 and 16 just not enough to pull himself back into contention.