Team Europe Clinch the Ryder Cup

It was the greatest comeback on away soil in the history of The Ryder Cup, as Europe came from four points behind to win 14 ½ - 13 ½. Dressed in navy and white - the colours of the late Seve Ballesteros - Europe pulled off the Miracle of Medinah after dramatically winning the first five singles games with Luke Donald, Ian Poulter, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Paul Lawrie. Further blue points came from Lee Westwood and Sergio Garcia, while it was left to Germany's Martin Kaymer, left out all day on Saturday, to deliver the point required to clinch the Cup back and take it home again. An emotional Captain Olazábal said after the victory: “When I saw we had a chance coming down the stretch I was very emotional. The boys have done an unbelievable job. I have a few thoughts for my friend Seve and this one is for him. That’s why I’ve always said that this event is so special. Last night I told them I really believed we could do it and they just believed in themselves. That’s why we’re here as winners.”


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