Belgian Wouter Weylandt (Quick Step) won a fast and furious bunch sprint in Sunday?s stage four of the Eneco Tour - but his no-holds-barred tactics in the final metres also earned him a severe telling off from his fellow sprinters.

Weylandt touched bars when he lurched leftwards into the path of Thor Hushovd (Credit Agricole), his last remaining rival, just fractions of a second before crossing the line at Terneuzen in Holland. Third was Australian Matthew Goss of CSC.

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