The barnstorming American pairing of Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson have continued their winning run at the Ryder Cup by demolishing Lee Westwood and Luke Donald 7&6 on the second day's foursomes at the Ryder Cup.
The duo were on song from the off, birdieing the opening two holes to move 2 up early on.
Both pairs made fours on three, four and five before the lead was extended to an almost unassailable 5 up at the turn as world numbers three and four Westwood and Donald struggled to make birdies and pars.
Further birdies were made on 10 and 12 by the Americans and Europe had no answer as Westwood's poor putting continued and the usually-reliable Donald couldn't find his rhythm.
The victory sees America move 6-3 ahead in the overall standings.