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  13. A Dish to Comfort on Those Cold, Dark Days
  14. Europe Widens Lead Over U.S. at the Ryder Cup
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In Ryder Cup, Europe Leaves Egos at Door. Those of U.S. Slam the Door.

ST.- QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — Tommy Fleetwood sat toward one side of the dais on Sunday night and pantomimed blowing kisses over the table to Francesco Molinari, who developed, with Fleetwood’s assistance, as the main man in Europe’s Ryder Cup triumph against the United States. Molinari, who fixed his 5-0 record with a 4-and-2 triumph against Phil Mickelson in the singles round, was handling an inquiry concerning turning into a society saint subsequent to following his triumph in July’s British Open with his star turn here.

Molinari, whose blank way was ridiculed in a precompetition group video, said with his standard poker look set up that factually, he stood “a great possibility of winning a few points.”

Before he could proceed with, Fleetwood inclined toward his mouthpiece and stated: “You’re so self-important. Get over yourself.”

Driven by Fleetwood, the European players all had a decent laugh, and not on the grounds that Molinari is about as humble as significant victors come. The gathering of players that cut out a 17½-10½ triumph at Le Golf National genuinely appeared to appreciate each other’s conversation.

An association seeded in an internet based life aggregate talk half a month back bloomed into a fellowship that the Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy credited with the group’s prosperity. On account of how well they all got along, he stated, the players could be blended and coordinated like tradable parts in the foursomes and four-ball matches, where they manufactured a 10-6 lead in the initial two days.

“It gave us a great deal of alternatives,” McIlroy said.

And after that there are the Americans.

There are heap reasons the United States lost its 6th straight Ryder Cup on remote soil, a dash of worthlessness that began after the 1993 triumph at the Belfry when Bryson DeChambeau, the most youthful individual from the current year’s group, was 10 days old.

Of the skipper Jim Furyk’s four special case picks, just Tony Finau (2-1) completed with a triumphant record. The others — DeChambeau, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson — lost every one of their matches. The tight fairways favored players who are straight off the tee, and six of the 12 Americans were positioned in the last 50 in the PGA Tour detail for driving exactness (where Henrik Stenson of Europe completed first).

At last, however, the United States lost notwithstanding strutting out a top pick group that included nine players who have won majors, for indistinguishable reason from ever: The Americans are not a band of siblings.

In 2014, after another misfortune on remote soil, Phil Mickelson criticized Tom Watson’s my-way-or-the-expressway administration, prompting a standard by-board of trustees approach. In any case, the harder the Americans attempt to produce an association, a union, the more stupendously they fall flat.

The association that the American group tried to make by papering its group live with helpful expressions like “Jettison your self images” take this time. What’s more, at the Americans’ losing news meeting, the gap that had existed from the start almost tore totally open.

The last inquiry in the sad posthumous was coordinated at Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed. They were gotten some information about not being matched regardless of arranging a 4-1-2 record together in two past Cups.

Like Molinari and Fleetwood, Spieth and Reed sat on inverse closures of the dais, however there was no pointlessness — and unquestionably no making a gesture of blowing of kisses. Their eyes met, and Spieth read something in Reed’s demeanor that incited him to hop on the appropriate response.

“We were completely associated with each choice that was made,” Spieth stated, including, “Jim enabled it to be a player-accommodating condition.”

Reed was situated at the furthest end of the table, specifically beside Woods, with whom he had been matched in two unbalanced misfortunes against Fleetwood and Molinari. Reed, who bounced back to win his singles coordinate against Tyrrell Hatton, 3 and 2, traded hidden looks and breath mints with Woods amid the news meeting. As Spieth talked, he looked forward, sucking on the mints.

Furyk said the choice to part Spieth and Reed had been his call. As Reed quietly fumed, the news gathering finished. In a phone meet not exactly a hour later, Reed communicated his disappointments with how the pairings were taken care of.

He said he had passed on to Furyk his longing to be matched with Spieth, who is certainly not a decent companion however with whom he has a science that is difficult to pinpoint, substantially less recreate. Spieth was his first decision, Reed said. His second decision, he stated, was Woods, whom he said he cherished.

In any case, Reed completely anticipated that would be matched with Spieth, and he felt walloped, he stated, when Furyk chose to combine Spieth with Justin Thomas, who featured with Rickie Fowler in a year ago’s Presidents Cup.

Spieth and Thomas have known each other since adolescence and are extraordinary companions, yet Reed didn’t perceive any reason why that ought to have been a factor in part up two winning pairings (Spieth/Reed and Thomas/Fowler). Reed portrayed the basic leadership process as “a mate framework” that disregards the contribution of everything except a couple of select players.

“The issue’s clearly with Jordan not having any desire to play with me,” Reed stated, including, “I don’t have any issue with Jordan. When it comes directly down to it, I couldn’t care less on the off chance that I like the individual I’m combined with or if the individual preferences me as long as it works and it sets up the group for progress. He and I realize how to improve one another. We realize how to take care of business.”

Spieth and Thomas went 3-1 as a group (their solitary misfortune was by 5 and 4 to Molinari and Fleetwood). Fowler went 1-2 while playing with Dustin Johnson, the world No. 1.

Reed and Woods lost their first match against Fleetwood and Molinari, after which, Reed stated, Woods apologized for disappointing him. He said he let him know, “We win together as a group and we lose together as a group.”

Reed anticipated that Furyk would change the pairings after the primary session. “I figured he may return with the gatherings that have worked before,” he stated, taking note of that Europe’s commander, Thomas Bjorn, sent McIlroy pull out with Ian Poulter toward the evening after he lost early in the day while combined with Thorbjorn Olesen.

Rather, Reed was sidelined toward the evening, as was Woods. The following morning, Reed again played again with Woods, and again they lost to Molinari and Fleetwood as Reed dumped different balls in the water risks. Reed didn’t play the second evening session.

“For someone as effective in the Ryder Cup as I am, I don’t believe it’s brilliant to sit me twice,” Reed said.

Reed, who earned the moniker Captain America for his blazing play in the 2014 and 2016 Ryder Cups, was the ninth match off the primary tee in Sunday’s singles session. Except if the United States arranged an angry rebound, the result was not going to lay on his shoulders. He played well, giving himself a birdie putt on each opening on the front nine. Be that as it may, it didn’t make a difference. Europe had anchored the triumph when he completed Hatton off.

Whenever Reed and Spieth were gotten some information about their split-up in the meeting room, “I was seeing him like I was going to illuminate the room like Phil in ’14,” Reed said.

Reed thought of all the uplifting idioms he had perused in the group room. “Consistently, I saw ‘Abandon your self images,'” said. Alluding to the Europeans, he included, “They do that superior to us.”

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