McIlroy and McDowell trail in Vivendi greensomes

Latest positions in the morning greensomes at the Vivendi Trophy with Seve Ballesteros, Continental Europe v Great Britain and Ireland, St-Nom la Breteche, Paris, France.

(Continental Europe names first, Britain and Ireland lead 6-4 overnight):

Henrik Stenson and Peter Hanson 1 up on Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell (after 7 holes)

Robert Karlsson and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 2 down to Robert Rock and Nick Dougherty (5)

Anders Hansen and Francesco Molinari 1 down to Ross Fisher and Chris Wood (4)

Miguel Angel Jimenez and Alvaro Quiros 1 up on Simon Dyson and Oliver Wilson (3)

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