Asia retains its one point lead going into Sunday's singles, leading the European team 6.5 to 5.5.
They dominated throughout the match, with Kang firing birdies on the first two holes, and Poon scoring a birdie on the 14th.
"It feels great. I love matchplay, especially when you have a partner like Tommy Fleetwood", said Casey, who was one of Bjorn's two wildcard selections.
"I believe in all 12 of them, as I always will". "We have got to go out and put some blue on the board and try to win the singles".
"It's as simple as that. Today, we made a couple and hopefully tomorrow, they will drop".
"A lot of these guys have come out and there are cobwebs and rust that needs to be knocked off". "Not quite what we were looking for".
"The competitive awareness still needs to get up a gear and that needs to be there tomorrow or we won't win". This against an Asian contingent that boasts just one player (Yuta Ikeda) inside the top 40, with half the team residing outside the OWGR top 100.
Atwal praised his 12-man team's positive start - but insisted it was not yet time to celebrate.
"But what I told these guys was "you're not getting blown out".
Cabrera-bello's incredible putting into the second nine saw the European pair go from two down to one up in the space of three holes.
"I learn something every second of the day when I'm a captain, but I don't only do that here". At this stage, it looked like Europe was ready to pull away.
But Green and Ikeda claimed a thrilling win over Rafa Cabrera Bello and Alexander Levy, securing three of the final four holes.
Europe took the lead at Glenmarie Golf and Country Club after winning its first three foursomes on Saturday, but Asia pulled level before Li Haotong and Nicholas Fung beat Europe's Ross Fisher and Bernd Wiesberger 3 and 1 for the lead.