Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie believes Europe are already one up after his opposite number Corey Pavin made an incredible gaffe at the opening ceremony yesterday.
Colin Montgomerie insists Europe are one up already after US captain Corey Pavin's incredible gaffes
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All smiles: Colin Montgomerie
Colin Montgomerie accused USA captain Corey Pavin of "strange"selections for today's opening Ryder Cup duels.
Also: Manchester City last night fought back to maintain their proud European home record against Serie A sides.
Colin Montgomerie wants his European Ryder Cup stars to "unleash hell" at Celtic Manor today.
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Lee Westwood has promised to give Europe the barnstorming leadthey crave this morning after being granted his wish to hit the first ball forhis side in the 2010 Ryder Cup.
Also: England midfielder Adam Johnson wasManchester City's European saviour at Eastlands last night.
Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie says he already feels 1-0 up after receiving a good luck pep talk from Sir Alex Ferguson.
Also: Adam Johnsonspared Manchester City's blushes against Juventus last night.
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Colin Montgomerie grabbed the high ground on the eve of the 38th Ryder Cup last night by claiming that his Europe side were already one up against the United States
Colin Montgomerie has handed Lee Westwood what he calls "the honour" of leading off the home challenge for the Ryder Cup this morning and the Englishman will do so confident that the errors of two years ago have been fixed.
Colin Montgomerie came in like a man on the edge of a nervous breakdown. It just happened to be Corey Pavin's.