- Carlota Ciganda wins final singles match to secure 14-14 tie
- ‘Does it get any better than this? This is a dream come true’
Suzann Pettersen hailed the “legends” of her European Solheim Cup team after the trophy was retained on a hugely dramatic day in Andalucía. Carlota Ciganda, a Spaniard, holed the putt which ensured a 14-14 tie with the US and the lifting of the cup by Europe for a record-breaking third time in a row.
“Does it get any better than this? This is a dream come true,” Pettersen said. “We had a massive challenge ahead of us. We have created history yet again in the Solheim Cup. These girls are legends.”
Written by Ewan Murray at Finca Cortesín
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