teenager Luke Littler as is Youngest player in history to reach World Cup of Darts final Reached and on the verge of a realization. The 16-year-old Englishman won the semi-final against his compatriot Rob Cross A clear 6-2 in London on Tuesday and the coronation and the £500,000 (€575,340) winner's check can be hoped for on Wednesday (9pm/Live Sport1). The final opponent was either Luke Humphries or Scott Williams, who they met later in the evening.
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Unlike previous confident victories, the match at Alexandra Palace saw Littler face real opposition for the first time – at least a little. He had lost only four sets in five matches until the quarterfinals. Cross, who won the title in the 2018 final against the legendary Bill Taylor, played strongly, but one Another comeback As in the quarter-finals (5:4 then 0:4 against Chris Tobey) this time was far from over. Cross was after the Dutchman Raymond van Barneveld Already the second former world champion to have been beaten by the young Englishman in this tournament.
The opening came after another superb performance for Littler on his World Cup debut – including 16 shots with 180 points – Additional doors in World Association PDC. Nicknamed “The Nuke,” the youngster moves into the top 32 of the rankings. Now he is also an important candidate Premier LeagueWhose eight starters are to be announced this Thursday.