Another dominant session at Le Golf National saw Team Europe extend their Ryder Cup advantage on Saturday.
Day two of the Ryder Cup began with Europe leading 5-3 and the United States knowing a good fourball showing on Saturday was much needed.
It is easy to forget the US won Friday's fourball matches 3-1. They will field the same line-up on Saturday as they look to erase a deficit.
The Friday fourballs provided plenty of drama as the 42nd Ryder Cup began with a bang in France.
With Team USA seeking a first Ryder Cup win on foreign soil for 25 years, hosts Europe provided stiff early resistance.
The waiting came to an end on Friday as the 2018 Ryder Cup got under way at Le Golf National.
Ten years away from the Ryder Cup have made Paul Casey all the more eager to savour the experience this time around.
Ahead of the 2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National, we take a look at the European team tasked with regaining the trophy on home soil.
Team USA are favourites to retain the Ryder Cup, but Omnisport's Peter Hanson makes the case for a European victory at Le Golf National.
With the start of play for the fourth round delayed at the BMW Championship, ailing Ryder Cup star Paul Casey pulled out of the event.