• Martin Kaymer keeps his nerve to hole a par putt on the 18th and seal victory and a remarkable comeback for Europe.
  • Europe have a mountain to climb on day three if they are to retain the trophy, they head into the 12 singles matches trailing 10-6.
  • Fred Couples practices some crowd manipulation to get the gallery pumping.
  • Bubba Watson gets America off to a good start with a birdie on the first.
  • Despite nearly missing his tee-time, Rory McIlroy looks calm as he makes his way to the first. The Northern Irishman faces Keegan Bradley today.
  • Bradley celebrates after holing a birdie on the fifth to stay in touch with Rory.
  • McIlroy holes a third straight birdie at the sixth with a chip shot from just off the front of the green.
  • Bubba Watson struggles to keep up with Donald over the first nine holes.
  • And it's Luke Donald who puts the first blue on the board, beating Watson by 2 and 1.
  • Ryder Cup hero from 2010 Graeme McDowell endures an awful start and falls behind to Zach Johnson.
  • The match between Webb Simpson and Ian Poulter remains all-square going onto the 15th.
  • McIlroy holds his lead to score another point for Europe, beating Bradley by 2 and 1.
  • Paul Lawrie eases to a 5 and 3 victory against Brandt Snedeker. His performance is inspiring a Europe turnaround.
  • As Europe claw back some points, questions are starting to be asked of the Americans.
  • Dustin Johnson is congratulated by Davis Love III after he beats Colsaerts by 3 and 2.
  • Ian Poulter has done his bit for Europe once again. He produces on the final day to beat Webb Simpson by 2up.
  • Zach Johnson completes a 2 and 1 victory over Graeme McDowell to add another red for USA.
  • Phil Mickelson can't believe what Justin Rose produces on the 17th to claw his way back into their game.
  • Two birdies on the final two holes rewards Rose with a 1up victory over Mickelson.
  • Jim Furyk narrowly misses his putt on the 18th to hand the match to Garcia and put Europe ahead for the first time.
  • The European supporters at Medinah witness a sensational final day of the 2012 Ryder Cup and the celebrations begin.

2012 - Day Three singles

Martin Kaymer keeps his nerve to hole a par putt on the 18th and seal victory and a remarkable comeback for Europe.