The good humoured video shows the Ryder Cup heroes waking up after the big celebration Paris.
Europe’s players partied long into the night after sealing the stunning 17.5-10.5 victory over three brilliant days of golf.
Molinari and Fleetwood were the backbone of the success winning all four points when paired together over Friday and Saturday.
Molinari then went onto beat Phil Mickelson to win the decisive point to seal the victory, winning all five of his matches.
It meant Molinari became the only European player to score maximum five points in one Ryder Cup. American Larry Nelson also did it in 1979.
Fleetwood lost to Tony Finau on the final day but his celebrations weren’t to be dampened.
Molinari paid tribute to his teammate.
“Obviously, I had an amazing partner in Tommy. Never felt like I had a rookie playing alongside me,” Molinari said.
“It’s been amazing, and today it was just hard to get the energy. It’s been a long week, playing five matches, but you know, again, I stepped it up when I had to.”
And he hailed the performance of the whole set up.
“I’ve been part of another two winning teams where I didn’t bring full points, and I’m glad after I’ve been carried on the shoulders by some of these guys to give something back,” a typically modest Molinari said.
“But it’s about every one of these guys, the vice captains, it’s just the best team I’ve ever been part of by miles.
“It’s been intense, but the adrenaline is so much that you could keep going. Today it was hard. There wasn’t much energy, but it’s not about individuals, it’s about the other guys on the team and the atmosphere that we created.
“I honestly don’t feel any difference bringing five points or one point or half a point like I did in Wales or in Medinah. I said it on Saturday when they were asking me and Tommy about winning four out of four, it doesn’t mean anything if you don’t win the cup.
“That’s what this team is about, and I think honestly, that’s what makes the difference in the end of the week.”