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Live Reporting

By Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

  1. 'I never thought I was going to do this again'

    Europe win the Solheim Cup

    Suzann Pettersen speaking with the media

    Suzann Petersen speaking to Sky Sports: "It's all just a big blur. It was a good putt. I did not know it was for it.

    "I knew it was close. Coming down 18 Beany said it's 'why I picked you'. I was just trying to make some kind of a birdie. In your wildest dreams, especially where I've come from, I never thought I was going to do this again. Its a fantastic win for the team

    "I didn't feel much pressure. I knew my team-mates wanted me and that was all that mattered."

  2. 'Nothing tops this'

    Europe win the Solheim Cup

    Catriona Matthew

    Europe captain Catriona Matthew speaking to Sky: "Just unbelievable. Never been a better moment. To come down to the final putt and for Suzann [Pettersen] to get it was just phenomenal.

    "We knew experience would win it and for Bronte [Law] and Suzann to pull it out was just incredible. Nothing tops this. This is the best by far."

  3. Pettersen was a wildcard pick

    Europe win the Solheim Cup

    Suzann Pettersen was a wildcard pick.

    Let me repeat that: Suzann Pettersen was a wildcard pick.

    A debatable selection having played just twice - missing the cut both times - between November 2017 and the side being named.

    She was also the villain in a controversial incident in the 2015 defeat in Germany but showed all her vast experience after missing out two years ago through injury.

    She was never missing that final putt was she. A gentle left-to-right slider - that sparked incredible celebrations - on the 18th.

  4. Final scores

    Final scores - Europe win the Solheim Cup 14½-13½
  5. BreakingEurope 14½-13½ United States

    Pettersen beats Alex 1UP

    Europe regain the Solheim Cup. This has had more drama than a west end production.

    Marina Alex had a putt for a half but it slid by to the right.

    Up stepped Suzann Pettersen. And a few nail-biting seconds later it was game over.

  6. BreakingEurope 13½-13½ United States

    Law beats McDonald 2&1

    Bronte Law is face with a longish putt that she trickles up to the cup. It doesn't drop but it doesn't matter.

    Ally McDonald can’t get up and down from sand

    She has won. What a show of defiance.

  7. Post update

    Law 1UP v McDonald (16)

    Meanwhile back on the 17th.

    Bronte Law is on the dance floor off the tee, while Ally McDonald has duffed her approach into the sand at the back of the green.

    Law has a putt to win.

  8. Post update

    Pettersen A/S Alex (17)

    Suzann Pettersen has served up a beauty. Absolutely fantastic.

  9. Post update

    Pettersen A/S Alex (17)

    Suzann Pettersen's a tad wayward off the tee.

    Is she in the thick stuff? No she's OK.

    She knocks an iron up the fairway and will have a wedge on. This is going to be a winner-takes-all pitch and putt contest.

  10. Post update

    How has it all come down to this?

  11. Latest score

    Sunday's singles latest scores - last updated at 17:17 BST. United States lead 13½-12½ with two matches still out on the course. Europe’s Pettersen and the United States’ Alex are all square going down the last and Europe’s Law is 1up with two to play in the final match. The US require 14 points to retain the Solheim Cup, Europe need 14½ points to regain it
  12. Post update

    Law 1UP v McDonald (16)

    Massive moment?

    This is nerve-jangling stuff but Bronte Law guides a 20-footer putt in for birdie on 16 to go ahead. Just look at her celebrate. She looks like she has just won the lottery.

    Now what can Suzanne Pettersen find on the 18th?

    Bronte Law holes a putt on the 16th to go 1up
  13. Post update

    Pettersen A/S Alex (17)

    Suzann Pettersen and Marina Alex both almost sink long birdie putts on 17.

    This is going up the last with all to play for.

    Suzann Pettersen reacts after missing a long putt to win the 17th
  14. BreakingEurope 12½- 13½ United States

    Nordqvist beats Pressel 4&3

    One ding-dong not going down the stretch is Anna Nordqvist's singles match with Morgan Pressel.

    Just the two matches left to decide the destination of the Solheim Cup.

  15. Post update

    Pettersen A/S Alex (16)

    Suzann Pettersen and Marina Alex are playing some breathless stuff.

    Running out of superlatives to describe Pettersen's putt from off the green, that ensure a half.

  16. Post update

    Some extremely big holes of golf coming up. Hold on to your hats.

  17. Post update

    United States lead 11½-13½ with three matches still out on the course.

    Two are all square and Europe are four holes up in the other.

    The US require 14 points to retain the Solheim Cup, Europe need 14½ points to win it back.

    Got that?

  18. Post update

    The United States are just half a point away from winning the Solheim Cup for a third consecutive time.

  19. Latest scores

    Sunday's singles latest scores - last updated at 17:07 BST. United States lead 11½-13½ with three matches still out on the course. Two are all square and Europe are four up in the other. The US require 14 points to retain the Solheim Cup, Europe need 14½ points to regain it