Przygonski said: "We were pushing. Tricky navigation, but the stage was good for us. We enjoyed the terrain here - stones, sand and camel grass. It is a good place to make the race. It would be nice to come back. This is a great result and keeps us in the frame for the championship."
His frustrated Argentine rival said: "I think we were very close to Kuba (Przygonski) but, in one stupid place on the road, I turn and I hit on the front. One kilometre more and I had a puncture and I stopped. After that, I started thinking about the points. It was a very nice race. We had punctures and some problems with the navigation."
Unofficially, the win gives Przygonski 30 valuable points to take his tally to 109, while second place lifts Terranova to 111 and Vasilyev now has 112 points to take to the Portugal showdown.
Abu Dhabi Racing's Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi finished fourth overall in his Peugeot 3008 DXR and Saudi Arabia's Yasir Seaidan rounded off the top five in his Mini All4 Racing, despite finishing the stage on a rear-left puncture.
Russia's Fedor Vorobyev dominated the duel with Italy's Michele Cinotto for T3 Trophy honours and finished sixth overall behind the four Minis and the Peugeot.
The Can-Am driver began the final stage 1hr 02min 16sec in front of the Italian and romped home to claim the win and extend his series lead to 22 points heading to the final round.
Romania's Claudiu Barbu was the last FIA car in the stage in his frantic bid to reach the finish and continue his quest to upstage Latvia's Aldis Vilcans in the fight for T2 honours in the category for series production cross-country vehicles
The 2019 FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Bajas concludes with the Baja Portalegre in Portugal to be held from October 24 to 26.