After Ryder Cup match by  Lowry, McIlroy becomes  restrained

Rory McIlroy was heated up following Saturday's Ryder Cup match.He and Matt Fitzpatrick lost to Patrick Cantlay and Wyndham Clark on the 18th green after leading by one after

16 holes.McIlroy looked to argue with Cantlay's caddy, Joe LaCava, after the round.LaCava caddied for Tiger Woods.

In a video released by NUCLR Golf, McIlroy was pulled back by his wife and Shane Lowry as he shouted past Justin Thomas caddie Jim ‘Bones’ McKay.

The 18th green celebration by LaCava waving his hat may have frustrated McIlroy. Cantlay won with a 43-foot birdie putt on 18.

Luke Donald, European captain, said McIlroy wanted LaCava to relocate so he could putt, but the looper did not.

LaCava's gesture originates from fans who waved their caps at Cantlay all day. On Saturday, Cantlay reportedly went hatless to indicate his dissatisfaction over Ryder Cup payouts.

LaCava had fun with the gesture, returning it to the Europeans on the 18th green.McIlroy said, "Obviously, they had a great finish, and you know, Patrick made three

great putts at the end to seal the deal, so hats off to them." "They played a great match, and yeah, a few scenes on 18 and fuel for the fire tomorrow."McIlroy did not 

describe what happened on the 18th green and afterwards. Going into Sunday singles, McIlroy's European side leads 10.5-to-5.5. The Northern Irishman has three Team Europe points.