Ryder Cup: Saturday by the numbers

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All the statistics that matter (and a few that don't) from Saturday's fourballs and foursomes

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Europe’s lead going into the singles – the same as it was for the USA two years ago…

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Europe’s lead in 1999, at Brookline, when they failed to win…

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Points earned for Europe by Lee Westwood – he has now overtaken Seve Ballesteros in the all-time standings. Only Nick Faldo (25) has been more successful

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Extra games (46) it took Faldo to earn his 25 points than Westwood has currently played for his 23 (40)

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Birdies made by Stenson/Rose in their fourball

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Consecutive birdies made by Stenson/Rose in their fourball

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Fourball birdies made by Rose in two rounds

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Shots under par for the US team in the Saturday fourballs. Europe were -28

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Shots under par Watson/Kuchar were when they shook hands against Stenson/Rose, having lost

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Shots under par McDowell/Dubuisson were in dispatching Walker/Fowler in the foursomes

Justin Rose has claimed 3 1/2 points from his four games to lead the individual points table 4

Holes Stenson/Rose failed to birdie in their fourball

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Foursomes matches USA won across two sessions

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Sessions won by both teams – difference being, Europe won their sessions 3 1/2-1/2

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Ryder Cup matches won by Rickie Fowler in seven attempts

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Ryder Cup matches halved by Rickie Fowler in seven attempts

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Foursomes points won out of eight by Europe – a Ryder Cup record

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