|2019 Solheim Cup: Europe v United States|
|Venue: Gleneagles, Scotland Dates: 13-15 September|
|Coverage: Fat are living textual enlighten commentary on the BBC Sport web space and app followed by an hour-lengthy highlights repeat on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and on-line|
Europe and the United States glide into the closing day of the Solheim Cup tied eight-eight after solid winds made for tricky taking half in conditions at Gleneagles.
In a charming afternoon, three fourball fits went to the closing gap, with Europe’s only victory coming from Georgia Hall and Celine Boutier.
Germany’s Caroline Masson overlooked a six-foot putt to take her match.
The total fourball fits were placed on the clock after they took three hours to play 9 holes.
The gradual play became once largely the total contrivance down to the weather conditions with the wind gusting as much as 35mph.
Nonetheless, every Europe’s Carlota Ciganda and American Lizette Salas, taking half in within the closing match, furthermore obtained formal warnings on the thirteenth gap.
Salas’ taking half in companion Danielle Kang indirectly received their match with a birdie putt on the par-three Seventeenth.
There are 12 more aspects within the market in Sunday’s singles.
As defending champions, the US occupy to attain 14 aspects to retain the title, while Europe require 14½ to gain it.