The best moments from Day Two of The 2018 Ryder Cup
Day two of The 2018 Ryder Cup and Europe picked up where they left off, winning three of the opening four fourball matches.
This was the first time any European team has won eight consecutive matches, after Fleetwood & Molinari's victory was followed by a whitewash in the afternoon foursomes on day one. The first three matches of the first session on Saturday made up the eight in a row.
One of these matches was won by Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy, 2&1, after a strong comeback from the American duo of Tony Finau and Brooks Koepka.
Cue these celebrations from the Spaniard...
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Then it was into the afternoon singles.
A 3-1 morning session victory saw the Americans trail 8-4 but a much better performance in the afternoon gives them slight hope of a comeback.
The session finished 2-2 but there were many memorable moments, such as this one from Rory McIlroy.
Up at the 17th green, Stenson made a clutch putt in the first rubber to ensure a European victory after a strong comeback from Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka.
Justin Rose and Stenson have now won six of eight matches when paired together.
But the day, if not the week, so far belongs to Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood.
They've become the first European pairing to win four matches together in a single Ryder Cup. The "Moliwood" duo have been untouchable this week, that's for sure, and we also found out how the pair are great friends both on and off the course.
The score going into the final session weighs heavily in Europe's favour, 10-6. Will Europe cruise to victory or will the Americans produce a stunning comeback on European soil?