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The moment Jordan Spieth won the Masters

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Jordan Spieth has become the second-youngest winner of the Masters - one of the biggest golf competitions in the world.

The 21-year-old American equalled the lowest total ever recorded in the tournament's history.

Spieth shot a two-under 70 to triumph on 18 under.

England's Justin Rose hit 70 to finish 14 under, joint second with three-time champion Phil Mickelson who ended runner-up in a major for the 10th time.

World number one Rory McIlroy tied for fourth on 12 under after a 66.

Rory at the mastersGetty Images
Rory McIlroy shot 66 on the final day, only Hideki Matsuyama could match him

Spieth said he's looking forward to taking on Rory McIlroy again after his win.

"He's got four majors, something I can only dream about," said Spieth, who finished six shots clear of McIlroy.

"I look forward to getting in the heat of the moment with him a few more times in the near future."