Eurasia Cup, Asia Rebound in Foursomes. March 28 2014

dragon logo dark Asia have rebounded and dominated the Friday foursomes to reduce Europe’s lead to four points in the inaugural Eurasia Cup at  Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Malaysia. Prayad Marksaeng  (Getty Images) Prayad Marksaeng  /Getty Images Prayad Marksaeng and Kim Hyung-sung beat Thomas Björn and Thorbjørn Olesen 4 and 3 and  Anirban Lahiri and Siddikur Rahman squeezed past Joost Luiten and Victor Dubuisson, 1 up on the final green.   Two matches ended all square, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castaño and Stephen Gallacher  halved their match with Koumei Oda and Hideto TaniharaFor the second day running  European captain Miguel Angel Jiménez made two eagles at Glenmarie Golf and Country Club, before finishing with a superb approach to the 18th green set up team-mate Pablo Larrazábal for a birdie to snatch half a point against Thongchai Jaidee and Kiradech Aphibarnrat. The European teams only winners on the day were Graeme McDowell and Jamie Donaldson, who came from behind for the second match running to beat Gaganjeet Bhullar and Nicholas Fung 2 and 1. With Asia taking the session 3-2 it still keeps their hopes alive going into Saturday’s ten singles matches.  Asia’s spirited fightback has certainly reduced the arrears , but Europe still remain on course for victory and will take a 7-3 lead into final day in Kuala Lumpur. They just need three and a half points from Saturday's ten singles matches to secure overall victory. Euro captain Miguel summed it up; “You don't want to change anything that is working well. I don't know what will happen tomorrow; nobody knows.”