PAUL McGINLEY: No, I just didn't hold them. Unfortunately golf has a way of equalizing things out sometimes, and maybe I holed so many putts the first week, I said, today is one of those days when it wasn't going to happen for me.
As I say, if it was stroke play, I could have hidden that in the fact; I would have been well ahead. But the fact that it's match play, the slate is wiped clean and I had to do it all over again and I didn't do it well enough. I fought as hard as I could, but I just didn't play well enough, and all credit to Mike. He played well, but I think he got a couple of breaks when he needed them. I think 12 was huge. I really feel, going back to 12 again, it was huge. If I had gone 1 up there on 12, it would have been a big psychological blow for me, and against him.
MICHAEL GIBBONS: Thanks very much.
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