Europe Beat USA to Win Solheim Cup After Sensational Comeback


Europe won the last three singles matches to seal a sensational 14½-13½ Solheim Cup victory over the United States at Gleneagles.

Bronte Law, who moments earlier won her match on the 17th, sprinted up the 18th fairway to join the celebrations after wildcard pick Suzann Pettersen holed an eight-foot putt on the last to win the trophy.

"She got a bit of stick for getting that pick, but it shows she was the right one," said Europe captain Catriona Matthew.

"For it to come down to the last game was amazing. I could barely watch, it's far worse watching.

"Everyone will remember that final putt but we had to get there. It's been a great week, with great performances throughout the team."

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