From the Back Pages, September 29: Europe wins the Ryder Cup after singles wins for Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell, Martin Kaymer and Jamie Donaldson end American chances at Gleneagles

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On the 15th fairway on an unforgettable afternoon at Gleneagles, two captains shook hands, swapped stories and reflected on the fact the winning point at the Ryder Cup had been clinched by the shot of a lifetime. (Daily Mail)

Paul McGinley’s relentless work ethic a key factor in Europe’s success. (The Guardian)

In the wake of America’s third Ryder Cup defeat in succession Phil Mickelson wastes no time in taking apart captain Tom Watson more emphatically than Europe had taken apart the US (The Telegraph)

Chelsea have made an approach to the RFU about the possibility of a temporary move to Twickenham, the headquarters of English rugby union. (The Times)

Robin van Persie wants to improve his Manchester United goal rate after bagging his 50th goal for the club. (The Mirror)

West Brom vs Burnley match report: Burnley’s barren scoring run continues as Berahino scores double for hosts. (The Independent)

ANDY MURRAY saved five match points before beating Spain’s Tommy Robredo 5-7 7-6(9) 6-1 to win the Shenzhen Open in China on Sunday. (The Express)