Europe took tighter control of the Ryder Cup as three points from four in Saturday morning's fourballs sent them charging into an 8-4 lead going into the afternoon's foursomes.
Seeking to turn the tide, Furyk paired Dustin Johnson with Brooks Koepka and opted to put Tiger Woods - a loser in each of his matches so far this week - with Bryson DeChambeau, who partnered with Mickelson in a loss to Sergio Garcia and Alex Noren on Friday. Things had been going well for the Irishman, who had won his morning fourball with Sergio García and was two up after two holes playing with Ian Poulter in the afternoon against Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth until he appeared to be provoked by a spectator about his putting.
On Friday afternoon in foursomes play, Americans struggled mightily off the tee, and Europe went on to sweep the four afternoon matches to take a 5-3 overnight lead.
The Team Europe duo were two up after two holes and McIlroy made a fine putt on the third for a halve.
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Europe filled the board with blue in the morning, eventually winning three of the four matches in four-balls for its largest three-session lead in 14 years. Both players had their moments, and a victory in this match is nearly imperative for the Americans.
Fans raise cutouts of the faces of Ian Poulter and Rory McIlroy in Saturday's Ryder Cup action. Jordan Spieth is definitely up for the fight.
And it was McIlroy that hit one of the shots of the day.
Paris is known as the "City of Light", but U.S. is facing dark times after Europe edged to a commanding 10-6 lead heading into Sunday's final singles session at the Ryder Cup.
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Woods fired his iron on 10 to within four feet, and with the European pair both missing their birdie putts from mid-range, knocked his own in to level it up. Team USA's players averaged more birdies per round and fewer putts per round than their European counterparts - but Team Europe is markedly more accurate off the tee.
Only Spieth of the United States superstars was playing close to his usual esteemed standards. The Americans have never made up that much ground away from home, though they were the first to win after trailing 10-6 at Brookline in 1999, when they frontloaded the Sunday lineup with their biggest stars.
Twice in the space of two matches, Spieth and Thomas had tamed Europe's talisman Poulter.
Europe will begin the singles as strong favourites, but their opponents will at least feel they have some momentum after responding to a stunning streak of eight points in succession for Thomas Bjorn's side across Friday and Saturday.
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