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Factbox-Golf-List of previous Ryder Cup results

(Reuters) – List of Ryder Cup results ahead of the 43rd edition of the biennial team event at the Whistling Straits Golf Course in Sheboygan, Wisconsin from Sept. 24-26.

U.S. wins: 26

Europe wins: 14

Ties: 2

2018 Le Golf National, Guyancourt, Paris

U.S. 10-1/2 Europe 17-1/2

2016 Hazeltine National Golf Club, Chaska, Minnesota

U.S. 17 Europe 11

2014 Gleneagles, Perth and Kinross, Scotland

U.S. 11-1/2 Europe 16-1/2

2012 Medinah, Illinois

U.S. 13-1/2 Europe 14-1/2

2010 Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales

U.S. 13-1/2 Europe 14-1/2

2008 Valhalla, Louisville, Kentucky

U.S. 16-1/2 Europe 11-1/2

2006 K Club, Straffan, Ireland

U.S. 9-1/2 Europe 18-1/2

2004 Oakland Hills, Detroit, Michigan

U.S. 9-1/2 Europe 18-1/2

2002 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, England

U.S. 12-1/2 Europe 15-1/2

1999 Country Club, Brookline, Maryland

U.S. 14-1/2 Europe 13-1/2

1997 Valderrama, Sotogrande, Spain

U.S. 13-1/2 Europe 14-1/2

1995 Oak Hill, Rochester, New York

U.S. 13-1/2 Europe 14-1/2

1993 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, England

U.S. 15 Europe 13

1991 Ocean Course, Kiawah Island, South Carolina

U.S. 14-1/2 Europe 13-1/2

1989 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, England

U.S. 14 Europe 14

1987 Muirfield Village, Dublin, Ohio

U.S. 13 Europe 15

1985 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, England

U.S. 11-1/2 Europe 16-1/2

1983 PGA National, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

U.S. 14-1/2 Europe 13-1/2

1981 Walton Heath, Surrey, England

U.S. 18-1/2 Europe 9-1/2

1979 The Greenbrier, West Virginia

U.S. 17 Europe 11

1977 Royal Lytham & St Annes, England

U.S. 12-1/2 Britain & Ireland 7-1/2

1975 Laurel Valley, Ligonier, Pennsylvania

U.S. 21 Britain & Ireland 11

1973 Muirfield, Scotland

U.S. 19 Britain & Ireland 13

1971 Old Warson, St Louis, Missouri

U.S. 18-1/2 Britain 13-1/2

1969 Royal Birkdale, Southport, England

U.S. 16 Britain 16

1967 Champions Golf Club, Houston, Texas

U.S. 23-1/2 Britain 8-1/2

1965 Royal Birkdale, Southport, England

U.S. 19-1/2 Britain 12-1/2

1963 East Lake, Atlanta, Georgia

U.S. 23 Britain 9

1961 Royal Lytham & St Annes, England

U.S. 14-1/2 Britain 9-1/2

1959 Eldorado, Palm Desert, California

U.S. 8-1/2 Britain 3-1/2

1957 Lindrick, Yorkshire, England

U.S. 4-1/2 Britain 7-1/2

1955 Thunderbird Country Club, Palm Springs, California

U.S. 8 Britain 4

1953 Wentworth, Surrey, England

U.S. 6-1/2 Britain 5-1/2

1951 Pinehurst, North Carolina

U.S. 9-1/2 Britain 2-1/2

1949 Ganton, Scarborough, England

U.S. 7 Britain 5

1947 Portland Golf Club, Oregon

U.S. 11 Britain 1

1937 Southport & Ainsdale, England

U.S. 8 Britain 4

1935 Ridgewood, New Jersey

U.S. 9 Britain 3

1933 Southport & Ainsdale, England

U.S. 5-1/2 Britain 6-1/2

1931 Scioto, Columbus, Ohio

U.S. 9 Britain 3

1929 Moortown, Leeds, England

U.S. 5 Britain 7

1927 Worcester, Massachusetts

U.S. 9-1/2 Britain 2-1/2

Odds for 2021 (according to British bookmaker William Hill)

Team U.S.: 8/15

Team Europe: 15/8

Tie: 12/1

PARIS (Reuters) -Lionel Messi said on Wednesday he wanted to power Paris St Germain to their first Champions League trophy, putting the tearful farewell he bade to Barcelona behind him after signing a two-year contract with the deep-pocketed French soccer powerhouse.

Messi joined the star-studded PSG as a free agent after Barcelona, where he begun and always imagined he would play out his career, acknowledged last week they could no longer afford him.

Thousands of PSG fans thronged the side’s Parc des Princes stadium, daring to believe their team would now deliver the Champions League having hoovered up domestic titles since free-spending owners Qatar Sports Investment European arrived in 2011 but always fallen short of European soccer’s top prize.

Messi said he was hungry to add more Champions League titles to the four he won with Barcelona.

“That’s why I am here (to win trophies). It’s an ambitious club,” Messi told a news conference.

After years of failing to get beyond the quarter-finals, PSG finally reached the final in 2020, but lost to Bayern Munich, while last season they went out in the semi-finals.

“My dream is to win another Champions League, and I think this is the ideal place to be to do that,” added Messi, who in a nod to his first squad number in senior football at Barcelona will wear the No. 30 jersey at PSG.

The Argentine conceded he did not know when he would make his debut, having not played since winning the Copa America with his country last month.

“I’m coming back from holiday. I need a bit of a pre-season to get myself going,” he said.

FAIR PLAY RULES

Messi will join former Barca team mate Neymar in Paris.

The Brazilian left Catalonia for the French capital in a world record 222 million euro ($259.94 million) deal in 2017, but never hid his desire to link up with his close friend once again on the pitch.

They will now line up with French Word Cup-winner Kylian Mbappe in a potent front-three attack.

“To play with the likes of Neymar and Mbappe is insane,” Messi continued.

France’s top soccer league has always been perceived as the poorer cousin to top flight leagues in neighbouring England, Germany, Spain and Italy.

PSG’s Qatari money is enabling PSG to compete at their level, though much of the rest of the league is way adrift in terms of resources. In unusual comments praising a club’s transfer dealings, Ligue 1 President Vincent Labrune celebrated Messi’s signing as a big win for French soccer.

“The arrival of Messi will bolster the attractiveness and visibility of our championship across continents,” Labrune said in a statement. He thanked the club’s owners for creating what he called one of sport’s biggest franchises globally.

However, some commentators have asked how PSG could afford to sign Messi within the Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations of European soccer’s governing body, UEFA.

UEFA’s FFP rules are designed to prevent clubs spending more than they earn. Spain’s La Liga’s own FFP rules are more stringent than UEFA’s, with each club given a salary cap they must adhere to.

“We’re always attentive to Financial Fair Play. It’s the first thing we check with the commercial, financial and legal people before signing someone,” PSG chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi told the same news conference.

“MAGICIAN”

Messi held up his new shirt to thousands of fans outside the stadium, waving shyly as they beat drums, released smoke flares and chanted his name.

Local fan Nelson Dross, 17, told Reuters: “Why do I love him? Because he makes us dream. He’s a magician, a genius.”

Messi wept on Sunday as he told Barcelona fans he was leaving his childhood club.

“I’ll always be thankful to Barca and their fans. I went there as a boy, and we had some good and bad times,” he said on Wednesday.

Asked how he would feel if the time came to square up against his old club, he replied: “It would be nice on the one hand to face them in the Champions League, especially with fans, but on the other strange to go back to my home in another team’s shirt – but that’s football.”

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