Saturday, April 11, 2009

CABRERA In Final Group At Augusta

Angel CABRERA and Kenny PERRY were the surprise leaders in Day 3 at the Augusta Master and will face off each other in the final group. Both were tied at 11-under 205, the lowest 54-hole score at Augusta in seven years.

CABRERA is no strangers to pressure on a big stage as two years ago he surprise everyone to win the US Open at Oakmont. Pato as he is known , made three birdies on the back nine and scratched out an important par on the final hole for a 3-under 69. It will be the first time they've played in the final group at a major.

"I'm lucky enough to be in a very good position," CABRERA said. "I haven't been in this position before so I'll try to make the most of it."

CABRERA is also on a mission to bury the Albiceleste ghost, 31 years after the legendary Roberto DE VICENZO made a shocking clerical error to lost the Master. Lets hope that this Sunday will be sweet one for him and for all of us at Mundo.


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