Ryder Cup -- United States trails Europe 10-6 heading into final day

Rory Mc Ilroy and Ian Poulter celebrate their win

That was a reference to the whitewash Europe suffered in the opening session in 2016 and such a nightmare start was on the cards again until some late heroics from Molinari and Fleetwood, who birdied five of the last seven holes to beat Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed 3&1.

Garcia and McIlroy put the first European point on the board.

Woods will return action in the singles tomorrow when United States of America will try to turnaround their 10-6 deficit.

Koepka, a three-time major victor who is playing in his first Ryder Cup, signed a glove and gave it to the woman.

However, Woods will be back in action again alongside Reed in a rematch with Molinari and Fleetwood on Saturday as Furyk chose to send out the same four fourball combinations for the second day running. From the later six, you either have a fourth solid pairing or two, along with ability to mix and match and give others rest. His brilliant putt from the back of the 17th green rattled in, Koepka could not match him and the point was Europe's.

"We'll enjoy this afternoon for a few hours, but then we will focus on tomorrow - we know it's a marathon".

Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas seek luck from the belly of Phil Mickelson.

Better was to come on the eighth, where the Northern Irishman drained a beauty from 25 feet before Finau missed from a third of the distance to extend that lead to four.

And now, after Europe's stunning turnaround in the afternoon foursomes session on Friday, the USA comes into Day 2 reeling and facing a two-point deficit.

But British Open champion Molinari is just focusing on getting Europe over the line as they look to regain the trophy and notch a sixth straight triumph on home soil. Although they were 4 DOWN, the European pair fronted up with birdies on 14 and 15. "We used a lot of energy these days".

That left the U.S. trailing by five points. "Playing Ryder Cups over here are extremely fun", said three-time major victor Spieth.

No, the European team didn't shut the USA out as it did in the Friday afternoon foursomes (alternate shot).

Twice in the space of two matches, Spieth and Thomas had tamed Europe's talisman Poulter.

The eccentric American is evidently better suited to this than he is to team play, and if the event comes down to the wire, he could yet go from zero to hero despite being yet to earn a point.

Europe will begin the singles as strong favourites, but their opponents will at least feel they have some momentum after responding to a stunning streak of eight points in succession for Thomas Bjorn's side across Friday and Saturday.

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