"It was a really good morning, we played really solid", added Fleetwood.
"I suspect that we'll go out tomorrow and be ready to play, and foursomes is a very different game", Bjorn said. "Anirban and SSP go out against Fleetwood and Stenson in the first match". "Even though we were down early in a lot of matches, we weren't getting blown out", he said.
"I don't want to ever sound cocky with a team like Europe, and I'm not going to get cocky, but it's a great start", Asia captain Arjun Atwal said.
Cabrera-Bello's immaculate putting saw the pair lead by one at the 18th tee but they failed to match Asia's birdie and had to settle for a half point.
Europe, who started the day trailing in four of the six matches, managed to calm proceedings and turn things around by eventually finishing the day trailing by just one point.
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"That was always my belief when I took this captaincy".
Bjorn is also Europe's Ryder Cup captain, and the tournament is a chance for him to test players in a team environment before the showdown against the US in Paris.
The anchor match saw Bernd Wiesberger partner Englishman Ross Fisher, a victor on Friday, against Haotong Li and Nicholas Fung but despite moving 2up at the par five 6th green Asia responded quickly and Li continued his strong putting display from the opening day's play to secure a 3&1 win and maintain Asia's slender advantage heading into Sunday's singles.
Thai teen Phachara Khongwatmai and Hideto Tanihara levelled the score with a 2 and 1 win over Paul Dunne and Alex Noren, before Li Haotong and Nicholas Fung put Asia back in front with a 3 and 1 victory against Bernd Wiesberger and Ross Fisher.