Rory Mcilroy and Henrik Stenson react to second round performances

Sport360 staff 18:48 05/02/2016
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Defending Dubai Desert Classic champion Rory Mcilroy kept himself in contention for a record-equalling third crown at the Emirates Golf Club after a nervy second round.

The Northern Irishman was outside the projected cut when he carded his fifth bogey of the day on the 11th, but birdied four of his remaining seven holes to salvage a 72 and finish four under par.

Meanwhile, Henrik Stenson admitted injuries affected him as he heads into day three on seven under par.


At the halfway stage, 2012 champion Rafael Cabrera-Bello leads (-10) with South Africa’s Ernie Els a shot behind alongside compatriot Trevor Fisher Jnr and England’s Danny Willett.












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