Team Europe fought back valiantly at the Solheim Cup on Saturday afternoon to tie things up at 8-8 heading into the 12 Sunday Singles matches at Finca Cortesin.
Europe trailed the USA 4-0 in Friday's opening session, before ending the day at 5-3 down.
Suzann Pettersen's European side tied the Saturday morning foursomes 2-2 but they then clawed their way back into the match by taking the fourballs session 3-1.
That means the match is finely poised heading into the final day at 8-8.
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Charley Hull & Leona Maguire led the line from the front in the afternoon fourballs with an emphatic 4&3 victory.
Cheyenne Knight & Angel Yin then got a point back on the board for Stacy Lewis' United States.
But with the score at 8-6 in the favour of Team USA, the final two European pairings of Madelene Sagstrom & Emily Pedersen and Linn Grant & Carlota Ciganda piled in the birdies to stick some blue back on the board and bring the contest back to 8-8.
Grant incredibly birdied the first six holes in her match.
European captain Pettersen said:
There are now 12 points up for grabs with the singles matches on Sunday.
Europe are bidding to win the Solheim Cup for a record third time in a row.
Solheim Cup Saturday Foursomes
Pedersen / Ciganda vs Vu / Kupcho - Europe 2&1
Nordqvist / Maguire vs Thompson / Khang - USA 1up
Hall / Boutier vs Korda / Corpuz - USA 5&3
Stark / Grant vs Kang / Lee - 1up
Solheim Cup Saturday Fourballs
Hull / Maguire vs Korda / Ewing - Europe 4&3
Nordqvist / Hedwall vs Knight / Yin - USA 2up
Sagstrom / Pedersen vs Zhang / Lee - Europe 2&1
Ciganda / Grant vs Kang / Vu - Europe 2&1
Solheim Cup Score:
Europe 8 - 8 USA
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