Team Europe captain Thomas Bjorn lifts the trophy as they celebrate after winning the Ryder Cup. REUTERS/Paul Childs
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Francesco Molinari fittingly took the glory as Europe regained the Ryder Cup from the United States in dominant style Sunday, the Italian beating Phil Mickelson to post the point needed to reach the winning total. Mickelson conceded the 16th hole after firing his tee shot into the water with Molinari on the green to leave the Italian as the first European to win all five matches in a week having not won any of his previous six.All three secured the wins and Swedish rookie Alex Noren completed the day's action in style when he sunk a 40-foot putt to beat Bryson Dechambeau on the last and make the final European victory margin an emphatic 17.5-10.5 .Thorbjorn Olesen hammered Jordan Spieth and fellow rookie Jon Rahm beat Tiger Woods leaving the weary-looking 14-time major champion with a stunning four defeats out of four and ensuring that every member of the European team contributed at least a point.Ian Poulter, "Mr Ryder Cup," then got to smash his fist against the European crest on his chest one more time as world No. 1 Dustin Johnson conceded on the 18th green to leave Europe on the verge.
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