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Ryder Cup 2021 LIVE! Day 2 stream, results, latest score updates as USA lead Europe 11-5

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Ryder Cup 2021 LIVE! Day 2 stream, results, latest score updates as USA lead Europe 11-5

Ryder Cup Day 2 - LIVE!

Europe had a mountain to climb heading into Saturday’s fourballs as they trailed the USA 9-3 after three chastening sessions.

They have a six-point gap to overcome in Sunday’s singles after sharing the four balls 2-2.

A fired-up Shane Lowry led Europe to a crucial point, keeping his nerve to halve the 18th with one of the shots of the day. World number one Jon Rahm produced yet another inspired performance to lead Europe’s crack Spanish pairing to another vital point alongside Sergio Garcia.

Rahm won three of the opening four holes and then nullified a stunning tee shot from Jordan Spieth at the seventh by taking another with a brilliant long putt.

In slumping to his third defeat of the week, however, Rory McIlroy looked particularly out of sorts.

USA need just three and a half points from Sunday’s play to win the Ryder Cup.

You can follow all the action with our LIVE blog below...

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Key Points

  • Lowry/Hatton beat Finau/English 1 UP

  • Rahm/Garcia beat Koepka/Spieth 2&1

  • Johnson/Morikawa beat Poulter/McIlroy 4&3

  • Scheffler/Dechambeau beat Fleetwood/Hovland 3&1

How the session finished

00:25 , Tom Rostance

USA 11-5 Europe

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Rahm/Garcia beat Koepka/Spieth 2&1

Lowry/Hatton beat Finau/English 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau beat Fleetwood/Hovland 3&1

Johnson/Morikawa beat Poulter/McIlroy 4&3

Scheffler/Dechambeau beat Fleetwood/Hovland 3&1

00:22 , Tom Rostance

Bryson Dechambeau: “We go into tomorrow with the mindset that we don’t have a lead, we fight for every point.”

Scheffler/Dechambeau beat Fleetwood/Hovland 3&1

00:20 , Tom Rostance

USA win it, and the session is shared. USA lead 11-5 overnight!

2 UP Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

00:13 , Tom Rostance

Cracking tee shot from Hovland, gives himself a chance.

2 UP Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

00:11 , Tom Rostance

The US go two up with two to play and that’s three holes in a row...

Lowry/Hatton beat Finau/English 1 UP

00:11 , Tom Rostance

Lowry: “I’ve always wanted to play in the Ryder Cup - we are a few points behind but I’m having the week of my life. It’s incredible. I hope we go out and give them loads tomorrow. You never know. There’s such a good bond in our team, we are fighting hard.”

Rahm/Garcia beat Koepka/Spieth 2&1

00:09 , Tom Rostance

Garcia: “It felt great, that was fun to be a part of. To watch Jon do what he did, I wasn’t at my best but he was awesome. He just did what he is - the number one. We know we will be out there until the end tomorrow, I love these guys. I will give my all and I know they will do the same.”

Rahm: “We kept each other going well, even at the down moments. We picked each other up and regrouped. Hopefully that’s enough.”

Johnson/Morikawa beat Poulter/McIlroy 4&3

00:07 , Tom Rostance

Swiftly followed by USA’s 10th - McIlroy and Poulter never got going.

Rahm/Garcia beat Koepka/Spieth 2&1

00:06 , Tom Rostance

They’ve played brilliantly all night - and Rahm and Garcia have Europe’s fifth point.

00:04 , Tom Rostance

USA lead 9-4.

Lowry/Hatton beat Finau/English 1 UP

00:03 , Tom Rostance

What a putt!

Europe have a point on the board.

00:02 , Tom Rostance

Shane Lowry with a testing putt to win his match...

23:59 , Tom Rostance

A very crucial last half hour or so here, Europe’s slim hopes could get a boost or an absolute kicking.

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

23:50 , Tom Rostance

A brilliant shot. And Europe are up by two with two to play.

23:48 , Tom Rostance

Jon Rahm! What a putt, a birdie on 16, from a mile away!

Score update

23:46 , Tom Rostance

Split session as it stands...

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

1 UP Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

3 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

1 UP Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

23:45 , Tom Rostance

This foursome has been in blue for most of the night but now Scheffler sinks a long putt and the USA are up. Could be crucial yet!

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

23:41 , Tom Rostance

This match has reached the 18th. First point of the evening coming up.

23:36 , Tom Rostance

Some sketchy approach shots down the 17th. Tension in the air.

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

23:26 , Tom Rostance

Bryson Dechambeau makes a dream up and down to birdie and Fleetwood can’t follow it in - back level!

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

23:25 , Tom Rostance

Tyrrell Hatton came up big late on for Europe last night and he’s just played a monumentally good tee shot on 17...

Latest

23:22 , Tom Rostance

Europe up in three of the four matches which is the minimum they require...

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland 1 UP

3 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

23:21 , Tom Rostance

Well in that man! Jon Rahm sinks a birdie putt to put Europe back ahead with three to play!

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

23:20 , Tom Rostance

Another hole, another clutch putt from Finau. Meanwhile Rahm has a chance...

23:12 , Tom Rostance

As it stands the overnight score would be 10 1/2 - 5 1/2. Surely a bridge too far?

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland 1 UP

22:51 , Tom Rostance

Europe back up in this one - Hovland is playing some great golf.

Scores latest

22:45 , Tom Rostance

A swing back towards the States

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

3 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia

22:44 , Tom Rostance

Jon Rahm nearly chips in, rattles around the rim, Sergio has his hands on his knees. It’s like they know the States are going to make a three and they do - back to all square.

The Spanish pair were three up after seven holes...

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

22:39 , Tom Rostance

Tyrrell Hatton from range - rattles it in! Dead centre. Fine putt.

22:38 , Tom Rostance

22:38 , Tom Rostance

Scores latest

22:38 , Tom Rostance

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

3 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

3 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

22:31 , Tom Rostance

Ian Poulter has been more pat, less Postman today but that’s nearly a touch of gold! He hits the flag with a chip/wedge from a good 100 yards or so. That would have made life interesting!

Morikawa then clips his shot to within gimme range. What a player.

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

22:26 , Tom Rostance

HOW has that stayed out? Remarkable. Jordan Spieth rolls his putt all around the cup at least once and is stays out.

22:25 , Tom Rostance

Chance for Jordan Spieth...

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

22:22 , Tom Rostance

Tony Finau in the cup once again, the US claw back a hole. This is going to be one tense back nine.

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

22:17 , Tom Rostance

All square! Bryson Dechambeau sinks a huge putt from nearly off the green. Great touch from the big man.

3 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

22:06 , Tom Rostance

Rory McIlroy is all over the shop in this wind. He can barely find a fairway, never mind a green.

21:59 , Tom Rostance

3 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

21:58 , Tom Rostance

The struggle continues for Rory and Poults though - a dog’s dinner of a hole on eight and the States lead by three in that final match of the day.

Latest

21:57 , Tom Rostance

He giveth, he taketh...

Kopeka and Spieth pull one back but Lowry and Hatton extend their lead and Hovland then puts Europe up in the third...

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 2 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland 1 UP

2 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

21:49 , Tom Rostance

Hovland with yet another cracking shot in to nine. Birdie chance incoming.

21:42 , Tom Rostance

This is the mood out there now...

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Scores update

21:37 , Tom Rostance

Shane Lowry holes yet another superb putt, he’s been on fire out there today. Scheffler can’t hole out and Europe are back level in that one. 3-1 is the minimum they need from this session...

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

2 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

21:35 , Tom Rostance

Sergio so close to putting Europe back into a three-hole lead. The crowd reaching peak levels now - USA! USA! USA!

2 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

21:31 , Tom Rostance

Doesn’t miss those! Collin Morikawa has a birdie on seven and the US are two up in that match.

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

21:29 , Tom Rostance

Pressure getting to Jon Rahm? He pulls out of his shot after getting a heckle too far from the crowd and then when he does get back over the ball he pings it into a bunker. Looks rattled, Sergio has seen it all before of course and shuffles over to have a word...

21:25 , Tom Rostance

If it were to end 2-2 in this session, the USA would need just three and a half points on Sunday to win the Ryder Cup.

21:18 , Tom Rostance

And just like that it’s both teams up in two...

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

1 UP Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

1 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

21:17 , Tom Rostance

Great putt from Brooks Kopeka. US back to within two.

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 3 UP

21:07 , Tom Rostance

The US pair in the leadout match need some magic and that’s pretty special from Brooks, beauty of an iron shot across the wind and into the flag on eight. Chance coming up to bring a shot back.

21:00 , Tom Rostance

I wouldn’t say it’s looking good for Europe yet, but certainly better...

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 3 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 3 UP

20:56 , Tom Rostance

Jon Rahm makes a fine putt on seven, puts the pressure on Spieth, and it works as the American misses a regulation shot for par.

Europe up by three in that match now.

Scores latest

20:47 , Tom Rostance

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

1 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

20:42 , Tom Rostance

Jordan Spieth with the chance to cut the lead to one - pushes it wide! A let-off for Europe and one Sergio takes advantage of to convert his putt for par.

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

20:39 , Tom Rostance

From that hacked out shot Dechambea nails a huge putt to make a birdie. What a shot. The standard of golf on display is fantastic out there.

The States level this one up.

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

20:36 , Tom Rostance

That’s why he laid up - Rahm’s second shot is an absolute beauty. Spieth is in the rough off the fairway but still teases his shot to within six feet or so. Class.

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland 1 UP

20:33 , Tom Rostance

Bryson Dechambeau having to hack a shot out from under a Christmas tree, it looks like. Treacherous conditions in that wind down lakeside. A reminder that Europe are up in three matches.

20:30 , Tom Rostance

There are worse places - and ways - to watch elite sport, I guess...

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Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

20:28 , Tom Rostance

Jon Rahm goes with an iron off the tee on six and lays up, much to the surprise of the commentators. The US pair get the drivers out and Spieth finds the crowd down the left. Caution could pay off in this wind.

20:24 , Tom Rostance

Dechambeau’s second shot leaves the club face at 180mph - I have no idea how they measure that - but he’s on line. The change in wind direction from yesterday makes this a totally different hole.

20:17 , Tom Rostance

Bryson Dechambeau tees on the fifth - and he takes the more sensible approach today. No 417 mammoth from him!

20:00 , Tom Rostance

Jon Rahm goes from the sublime to the ridiculous though, hitting his tee on the fifth into the water...

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 2 UP

19:56 , Tom Rostance

Jon Rahm, that is ludicrous! Massive break from left to right, downhill, and the world number one putts a magic shot on the fourth to go two up. That is quite simply brilliant.

Latest scores

19:52 , Tom Rostance

Europe up in three...

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland 1 UP

1 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland 1 UP

19:52 , Tom Rostance

But almost simultaneously Viktor Hovland sinks a beauty to put Europe in another...

1 UP Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

19:51 , Tom Rostance

First red of the session - McIlroy can’t make a tricky putt for a four on the second and that’s a win for the States.

19:44 , Tom Rostance

Sunglasses, short sleeves and bobble hats seems to be the uniform of the day for those fans who know their way around the lakeside. The small band of European fans are getting well stuck into some liquid refreshment by the looks of things.

Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

19:41 , Tom Rostance

Work to do for Rory McIlroy, and he’s just about on the green. Dustin Johnson has hit a beauty of an approach though to open a chance for an eagle.

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

19:37 , Tom Rostance

Jon Rahm SINKS it! Europe ahead in the first two matches. Momentum?

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia 1 UP

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

Scheffler/Dechambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

19:36 , Tom Rostance

Harris English has two putts to win the fourth hole for the States, and it’ s so choppy his trousers are forming sails on the lakeside. Ahhh he leaves that pretty short, still a tricky attempt to come.

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1 UP

19:30 , Tom Rostance

On the TV Paul McGinley says Europe must win this session 3-1, at least. Tyrrell Hatton falls down the bank as he tries to retrieve an errant shot.

Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia

19:26 , Tom Rostance

Splashdown! Brooks Koepka is not happy, and here’s why. He’s shanked his tee on the third into Lake Michigan.

19:22 , Tom Rostance

There’s going to be plenty of chat about the wind again this evening, it’s whipping up off the lake again. If Europe can win this session 4-0 then it would make things interesting - right?

19:19 , Malik Ouzia

Scheffler/DeChambeau A/S Fleetwood/Hovland

Oh Viktor, nowhere near. They make DeChambeau putt out, he puts it in, and then lays his (elongated) putter on the floor to make his thoughts known about that.

19:13 , Malik Ouzia

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton 1UP

It’s lighting up blue out there! Lowry drains a monster from just off the green!

He’s started with three birdies on the spin.

19:09 , Malik Ouzia

Scheffler/DeChambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

Bryson and Scottie are both wayward with their tricky seconds, while Hovland pitches his up to leave a very makable birdie putt.

19:02 , Malik Ouzia

Scheffler/DeChambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

Back to the first three and match no3. Tommy Fleetwood’s tee shot comes down with snow on it and is so far right that it might actually be okay, beyond the bunkers.

Hovland, playing his fourth match of the weekend, creams his up to the front of the green before Scheffler puts his in a horrendous position right inside the face of the greenside bunker.

Bryson’s got the distance but not the accuracy. Chance coming for Europe.

18:55 , Malik Ouzia

Koepka/Spieth vs Garcia/Rahm 1UP

Spieth has to make his birdie putt to stop this formidable Spanish pairing taking an early lead - and he can’t.

Blue on the board.

18:52 , Malik Ouzia

Koepka/Spieth vs Garcia/Rahm

More lovely stuff from Jon Rahm, who crams his pitch right in tight and that should be a gimme birdie.

Pressure on the US.

18:46 , Malik Ouzia

Koepka/Spieth vs Garcia/Rahm

On to the second match. Sergio Garcia was sensational this morning but he’s lucky not to pick out the sand off the tee here. Jon Rahm steps up and pings his straight down the middle, though, and leaves it just shy of the green.

Koepka’s shoved his a mile right in some thick stuff so Spieth could do with picking out the fairway here. And he does.

18:39 , Malik Ouzia

Finau/English A/S Lowry/Hatton

Good putt from Lowry, nicely judged and he should make birdie from there if it’s not conceded so one of the Americans will need to hole theirs.

Oof. Finau has the easier one but he won’t even need to get the putter out of the bag as English finds the middle of the cup.

They’re going to make Lowry putt and he obliges.

18:36 , Malik Ouzia

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton

English leaves his approach well short so there’s a bit of pressure here on Finau but he pitches his much closer to the flag.

Still no gimme though and Lowry’s got that long birdie putt coming up.

Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton

18:29 , Malik Ouzia

Shane Lowry steps up and drives the green off the tee. Not bad. He’s pumped.

Hatton started really well yesterday afternoon and then faded badly but he’s on the fairway, as is Finau, a little bit further down the line. English, too - those are four excellent tee shots.

A quick reminder of this morning’s foursomes results before we start...

18:28 , Malik Ouzia

  • Garcia/Rahm bt Koepka/Berger 3&1

  • Johnson/Morikawa bt Casey/Hatton 2&1

  • Thomas/Spieth bt Hovland/Wiesberger 2UP

  • Schauffele/Cantlay bt Westwood/Fitzpatrick 2&1

18:24 , Malik Ouzia

Here we go then, Lowry and Hatton making their way onto the first tee.

It’s not just important that they win their match, but that they get ahead and get some blue on the board early. Europe need momentum.

18:19 , Malik Ouzia

Wow. If Europe needed any motivation, the Americans quite clearly think this is all over because Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger are out on the first tee chugging beers thrown on by the fans!

Revised timings

18:16 , Malik Ouzia

We were a little late finishing those foursomes so there’s been a slight alteration to the original timings for the fourballs.

Saturday fourballs (from 6:26pm)

  • 6.26pm - Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton

  • 6.42pm - Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia

  • 6.58pm - Scheffler/DeChambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

  • 7.14pm - Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

18:13 , Malik Ouzia

Justin Thomas is given a breather this afternoon but he’s out on the first tee whipping the crowd up.

Shane Lowry and Tyrell Hatton, who I think is a little fortunate to be back out there, know they have to get Europe off to a good start against Harris English and Tony Finau, who was magnificent yesterday and unfortunate not to play this morning.

18:08 , Malik Ouzia

So, having been benched for the first time in his Ryder Cup career for Saturday’s foursomes, Rory McIlroy returns alongside Ian Poulter to take on the fearsome American duo of Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa, who have won both of their matches together in foursomes.

Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm have delivered Europe’s only two wins of the weekend so far and are now paired in fourballs for the first time against Brooks Koepka and Jordan Spieth.

Here are this afternoon’s pairings...

18:03 , Malik Ouzia

Saturday fourballs (from 6:10pm)

  • 6.10pm - Finau/English vs Lowry/Hatton

  • 6.26pm - Koepka/Spieth vs Rahm/Garcia

  • 6.42pm - Scheffler/DeChambeau vs Fleetwood/Hovland

  • 6.58pm - Johnson/Morikawa vs Poulter/McIlroy

17:56 , Malik Ouzia

Well, what now for Europe? They probably need to win 4-0 this evening to have a realistic chance of pulling anything back in the singles tomorrow.

We’ll have the pairings for the fourballs shortly...

17:49 , Malik Ouzia

Schauffele/Cantlay bt Westwood/Fitzpatrick 2&1

And this one’s done, too!

Schauffele rolls it up close from across the green and Europe conceded.

It’s another pasting in the morning foursomes.

17:48 , Malik Ouzia

Thomas/Spieth bt Hovland/Wiesberger 2UP

Yep, hats off, hands shaken. Hovland and Wiesberger were three-up at one point in this one but the Americans fight back and that is a hammer blow.

17:47 , Malik Ouzia

1UP Thomas/Spieth vs Hovland/Wiesberger

It’s a wonderful shot from Hovland from that drop to about four feet from the flag but it’s not going to be enough, I’m afraid.

17:44 , Malik Ouzia

2UP Schauffele/Cantlay vs Westwood/Fitzpatrick

And now Westwood, going for broke on the par-three 17th can’t find the narrow strip of green at the back where the flag is. Off the side and if Cantlay puts this on the dancefloor off the tee it’s probably curtains.

17:40 , Malik Ouzia

1UP Thomas/Spieth vs Hovland/Wiesberger

Oh dear. Wiesberger finds the creek with his second shot and that, I’m afraid, will be the end of Europe’s challenge in this one.

17:37 , Malik Ouzia

2UP Schauffele/Cantlay vs Westwood/Fitzpatrick

He’s made one!

Lee Westwood rolls in an excellent birdie putt after Cantlay fails with his and the lead is back to two with two to play.

17:34 , Malik Ouzia

3UP Schauffele/Cantlay vs Westwood/Fitzpatrick

Pin-high from Xander, though not quite on line. Fitzpatrick’s lands on the downslope and runs on past the hole.

You can’t see the Americans not closing this one out here.

17:31 , Malik Ouzia

1UP Thomas/Spieth vs Hovland/Wiesberger

We saw Spieth play an outrageous shot from down here yesterday but this time he can’t clear the ridge and Europe are going to surely pull one back and take it to the 18th here.

In fact, they have already because Thomas can’t get it up there either and he picks up. Game on.

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