Three-time World Champion Stephen Bunting was eliminated in the semi-final. The darts world cup in London had many highlights, but there were also some mistakes made.
When he understood his error, the Croatian Boris Kramer put his head in disbelief.
At 1: 1 to sets and 1: 2 in the third set to Legs, he focused on double-18 and fulfilled.
He overturned because he would have needed the double 16.
A severe mistake that the Englishman Nathan The ASP promptly made the most of.
Rather of settlement to Legs, it unexpectedly stood 2-1 for number eight of the Order of Merit, which finally dominated 3-1 and moved into the next round.
In any case, it was a game of the missed out on possibilities for Kramer, who provided a 2-0 lead in the first set and hence brought the favorites at the start of Alexandra Palace.
He ought to have won the first sentence. I was general in the ideal minutes and used my possibilities, stated Spinal, who is now in the sixteenth final, on the microphone of Sport1.
the finest World Cup game debutant Williams checks the 164
Cool in his launching: Scott Williams.
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Scott Williams previously offered a little surprise in the duel with his English compatriot Ryan Joyce.
The two have had the very best match at the World Cup up until now, both had an average of over 100-Novum at this World Cup.
In overall, the 180 fell 17 times.
Throughout his debut in the Ally Pally, the 32-year-old, who just started playing darts 4 years back, showed himself really cool, constantly played with the audience and delighted in the atmosphere.
The highlight of the video game was a 164 checkout of Shaggy, who ended up 3-1 and will meet Rob Cross, the 2018 world champion in the next round.
Moreover, the Belgian Mike de Decker prevailed 3-1 against Jeff Smith on the night, Danny Waggish did it versus Matt Campbell in 3 sets.