Sweden's Joakim Lagergren clinched a dramatic first victory on the European Tour as he beat France's Mike Lorenzo-Vera in a play-off at the Rocco Forte Sicilian Open.
Lagergren had looked set to clinch victory before Lorenzo-Vera's birdie at the 17th moved him into a share of the lead on 16 under par.
But, after both men parred the 18th, it was the Swede who recorded the decisive birdie at the par-four 18th in the play-off to claim victory.
Lagergren carded a three-under 68 in his final round, while overnight leader Lorenzo-Vera went round in 70.
Australia's Lucas Herbert shot a brilliant eight-under 63 to finish in third place on 15 under, alongside England's Andy Sullivan, who shot a 65.
Ireland's Ruaidhri McGee failed to make the weekend after finishing on six-over for his first two rounds.