Patrick Reed (left) and Jordan Spieth did not play together at the Ryder Cup in Paris

  • Patrick Reed is still seething over his split with Jordan Spieth at the Ryder Cup
  • Reed had blamed Spieth for the break up, and took a swipe at captain Jim Furyk
  • Now he has suggested that him and Spieth were as good together as Europe’s dream team of Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari
  • ‘Moliwood’ won four out of four matches together in Europe’s big win in Paris

By CHRIS CUTMORE FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 07:14 EDT, 4 October 2018 | UPDATED: 08:13 EDT, 4 October 2018

Patrick Reed appears to have taken another swipe at the decision to split his partnership with Jordan Spieth at the Ryder Cup, by comparing them with Europe’s dream team of Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari.

The bitter fallout among the defeated United States team, which also includes a bust-up between Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka, allegedly over Johnson’s fiancee, first exploded when Reed criticised both captain Jim Furyk and also Spieth for breaking up their previously successful pairing.

Reed lost both of his fourballs matches with Tiger Woods and was sat out of the foursomes amid woeful form, while Spieth won three out of four matches with Justin Thomas. But that could not match the brilliance of the ‘Moliwood’ partnership, which won all four of their matches, including two against Reed and Woods.

Patrick Reed (left) and Jordan Spieth did not play together at the Ryder Cup in Paris
Patrick Reed (left) and Jordan Spieth did not play together at the Ryder Cup in Paris

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