Ryder Cup 2012: Poulter putt keeps European hopes alive

Ian Poulter sinks a pressure putt on the 18th to grab a crucial point in the final match that means Europe go into Sunday's Ryder Cup singles just four points downs at 10-6.

Poulter and playing partner Rory McIlroy were two holes down to Jason Dufner and Zach Johnson before Poulter's run of five successive birdies meant they snatched a vital point.

Afterwards Poulter played down his individual performance and said the most important thing was to pick up the point so that the whole team could "get their hands on that trophy again."

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