After Two Years, Team Europe Wins The Ryder Cup In France

◼️ The 42nd edition of the traditional confrontation with the United States restored the glory to the Old Continent, thanks to a decisive victory of the Italian Molinari.

The European team regained the Ryder Cup after Francesco Molinari, with his fifth win of five games, sealed the decisive point to defeat the United States at Le Golf National, southwest of Paris, France.

The result means that Team USA hasn’t yet won on European soil in 25 years and their problems were summed up in the Tiger Woods 0-4 record this weekend.

The team of Thomas Bjorn had to contain the resistance of the visitors, who at one point reduced the difference to a solitary point but reached the 14.5 points needed to ensure the victory courtesy of Molinari’s 4 and 2 on Phil Mickelson.

The Italian became the first European player to finish with a 5-0 record, having won four games with Tommy Fleetwood.

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