Europe have claimed the 2018 Ryder Cup after crossing the magical threshold of 14 and a half points against the USA at Le Golf National in Paris.
Entering the final day singles 10 points to 6 ahead, Thomas Bjorn's side reached the magic number.
Francesco Molinari, the Open champion, won the pivotal match beating Phil Mickelson.
Ian Poulter defeated Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm beat Tiger Woods and Thorbjorn Olesen was victorious over Jordan Spieth.
Paul Casey halved his match with Brooks Koepka, while there were wins for Justin Thomas over Rory McIlroy, Webb Simpson over Justin Rose and Tony Finau over Tommy Fleetwood.
There are still four matches out on the course, where Sergio Garcia is two up on Rickie Fowler, Tyrrell Hatton is two down to Patrick Reed, Henrik Stenson is five up on Bubba Watson and Alex Noren and Bryson De Chmbeau are all square.