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Live Reporting

By Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Right, that's me done for the day. It was a pretty close run affair on Friday so I can't imagine anyone will be sleeping too comfortably in their beds tonight.

    We will see you back here on Saturday morning around 08:00 BST.

    In the meantime catch the highlights of today's action over on BBC Two right now or via this website.

    You can also read a comprehensive report on today's play from my colleague Peter Scrivener, here.

    See you all soon.

  2. 'They had some heart out there'

    Europe 4½-3½ United States

    US team captain Juli Inkster speaking to Sky Sports: "Nobody ever talks about half points but those last two were key. They were huge and really got us out of a hole.

    "They had some heart out there and they fought to the bitter end and that final half point was huge.

    "I'm impressed with Ally [McDonald] and I knew she'd step up and be ready to go.

    "If you could have told me we'd only be one point down in a format where they shine on alternate shots and best ball, I'd have taken that."

  3. 'Anne van Dam was jumping to get out there'

    Europe 4½-3½ United States

    Anne van Dam

    European team captain Catriona Matthew speaking to Sky Sports: "We were a little disappointed with that last game but on the one before the girls were two holes down and fought back.

    "Overall we are pleased to be a point up after day one. Anne van Dam was jumping to get out there and she threw a lot of birdies out there with Suzann Pettersen, which is great for her confidence.

    "[I want] more of the same, it’ll be another long day [on Saturday]. We just need to keep at it and maintain the standard of golf.

    "We are one point up, if we do that each day we will win, so we're off to a good start."

  4. Post update

    Hard-fought does not really sum up what we've seen today.

    Juli Inkster just picked Brittany Altomare up and hugged her as she celebrated that half point.

    Altomare made four birdies in the last half a dozen holes, I think she probably deserved it.

  5. Friday's fourballs - final score

    Europe 4½-3½ United States

    Final score after Friday's fourballs - Europe lead 4½-3½ against the United States after the two sides won one match each in the fourballs and halved the other two
  6. Watch: BBC Two Solheim Cup highlights

    Didn't want to jump the gun before but if you fancy diving over to BBC Two, all today's twists and turns are now being played out again.

    And there were many!

    View more on twitter
  7. BreakingEurope 4½ - 3½ United States

    Hull & Munoz A/S N Korda & Altomare (18)

    The drama of matchplay in two shots. Brittany Altamore has just absolutely nailed a putt to apply pressure on Charley Hull and Azahara Munoz.

    And neither can respond.

    The Spaniard pushes a tense looking putt right and Hull's is just carrying too much pace to drop. Agonising for the European pair.

    Honours even in the fourballs.

  8. Post update

    Hull & Munoz 1UP v N Korda & Altomare (17)

    Charley Hull and Azahara Munoz are keeping their composure nicely here.

    No mistakes yet and both are now on the dance floor in three. Both are over on the right so at least one of them should be able to get a read on their next putt.

  9. Latest score

    Europe 4-3 United States

    Latest scores in Friday's fourballs - last updated 18:56 BST. Europe lead the United States 4-3 and are one-up with one to play in the remaining fourballs
  10. Post update

    Hull & Munoz 1UP v N Korda & Altomare (17)

    That's a good look. Charley Hull and Azahara Munoz are in good shape down the 18th.

    But so too are Nelly Korda and Brittany Altomare. Who is going to blink first?

  11. BreakingEurope 4-3 United States

    Ciganda & Law A/S J Korda & Thompson (18)

    Lexi Thompson celebrates after sinking a putt on the 18th to claim a half

    Bronte Law has missed. Lexi Thompson has 10-footer to take half a point.

    And it drops. What. A. Finish.

  12. Post update

    Ciganda & Law 1UP v J Korda & Thompson (17)

    That's pretty good from Carlota Ciganda but the best she can do now is a five.

    Now what can Bronte Law do...?

  13. Post update

    Ciganda & Law 1UP v J Korda & Thompson (17)

    My oh my. Carlota Ciganda's ball has flown right past the pin and off the back off the back of the green with Jessica Korda and Lexi Thompson right in the kill zone.

    Bronte Law's got a 12-footer for a four.....

  14. Latest score

    Europe 3½-2½ United States

    Latest scores in Friday's fourballs - last updated 18:15 BST. Europe lead the United States 3½-2½ and are one-up with one to play in the two remaining fourballs
  15. Post update

    Ciganda & Law 1UP v J Korda & Thompson (17)

    Over on 18 all sorts of conversations and deliberations are being made. Carlota Ciganda went right off the tee but has recovered to lamp her ball to within 15 feet or so of the green.

    But she's got a tough putt incoming.Bronte Law will be playing her third shot from the bunker.

    while Jessica Korda and Lexi Thompson are looking pretty good to get on in four.

    The Americans will fancy this.

  16. USA up

    Hull & Munoz 1UP v N Korda & Altomare (17)

    She's missed. We're going down the 18th. Nelly Korda does not miss those. She had a gimme and duly taps it in.

    It's squeaky bum time.

    Brittany Altamore and Nelly Korda
  17. Post update

    Hull & Munoz 2UP v N Korda & Altomare (16)

    Here comes Charley Hull...with a putt from four feet to halve the hole and win the match.....

    Charley Hull putting on the 17th green
  18. Post update

    Hull & Munoz 2UP v N Korda & Altomare (16)

    Brilliant from Charley Hull. She knocks her approach to about four feet.

    Top quality stuff with oodles of drama.