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2018 RYDER CUP

Ryder Cup 2018 final day: Europe win the Ryder Cup

Europe win the Ryder Cup after Francesco Molinari beats Phil Mickelson and claim the 14.5 points they needed to win it back off the USA.

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Golf - 2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National - Guyancourt, France - September 30, 2018 - Team Europe's Francesco Molinari during the Singles REUTERS/Paul Childs
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Europe regain the Ryder Cup

Europe regained the Ryder Cup as captain Thomas Bjorn's team reached the 14.5 points they required to beat the United States at a packed Le Golf National on Sunday.

Leading 10-6 going into the 12 singles matches there were some nervous moments on an exciting afternoon as the Americans occasionally threatened a comeback.

But with Ian Pouter taking the total to 13.5 with victory over world number one Dustin Johnson and Francesco Molinari, Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson all assured of at least a half the European team could begin to celebrate.

Defeat means the U.S.'s long run of failure on European soil in the biennial team competition goes on. The last time they won away was in 1993.

Ryder Cup 2018, final day: Europe 16.5-9.5 USA

Ryder Cup Sunday singles: preview

Having taken a 10-6 overnight lead into Sunday's singles, Europe are aiming to claim back the Ryder Cup from United States as the tournament's 42nd edition enters its final day of action at Le Golf National in Guyancourt, Paris. Can the US repeat their famous 1999 comeback from the same position and clinch a first Ryder Cup win outside of America since 1993? Can the hosts hold on for their 10th Ryder Cup triumph since they began competing as Europe? Play got underway at 12:05 CEST, with the Europeans needing just 4.5 points to secure victory.  

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