China's in-form Zhang Lianwei finished joint second in the US$300,000 Mild Seven Kuala Lumpur Open yesterday, four strokes behind runaway winner Charlie Wi. Zhang, an impressive equal sixth in the European Masters two weeks ago, produced a typically aggressive final round to shoot a five-under-par 67 at the Saujana Golf and Country Club and finish level on seven-under 281 with Taiwan's Lu Wen-teh. The 32-year-old Zhang started well with three birdies over the first five holes in the Omega Tour event and came within two shots of South Korea's Wi after 13 holes. But bogeys on the 14th and 16th holes stopped the charge and Zhang had to settle for joint second and a cheque for US$25,995. 'I could feel Zhang breathing down my neck. I know what he is capable of and just how well he can putt,' said Wi, who turned professional in 1995 after a distinguished college golf career in the United States. It was 25-year-old Wi's first big win as a professional and he achieved it without playing his best golf. 'I am a bit overwhelmed by the whole thing. To be honest, I really did not play well this week. I am normally a good ball striker but at the moment I am struggling. The thing that really saved me this week was my putter,' said Wi after his final-round 68. Hong Kong-based Burmese Kyi Hla Han closed with a 70 to claim joint fourth spot, seven off the pace. Derek Fung of Hong Kong carded a final round 75 and finished joint 49th alongside Omega Order of Merit leader Mike Cunning of the US.