Golf – Ryder Cup ’18 Day 2: Europe In The Lead

Ryder Cup

With only four and a half points from a conceivable 12 to recover the Ryder Cup, Day 2 certainly belonged to Europe, who dominated at the Le Golf National.

The overnight lead of 5-3 was extended, as Europe turned out charging on another fresh, clear-blue French morning to take 3 points from four in the day’s fourballs and build up a 8-4 lead, only 24 hours in the wake of being 3-0 down.

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Roused by the splendid fellowship between Open hero Francesco Molinari and debutant Tommy Fleetwood, Thomas Bjorn’s men at that point anchored 2 of the 4 points on offer toward the evening to hold a 10-6 lead.

The US came into this Ryder Cup as top picks, chasing their first win on outside soil in 25 years. However, with 14½ points required to win back the trophy, European skipper Bjorn knows his group currently have a superb possibility.

Just twice in the past 41 stagings of this biennial occasion have a team originate from 4 points down coming into the last day singles to win – the US at Brookline in 1999 and Europe at Medinah six years back.

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