Sixteen-year-old Luke Littler of England throws during his semi final match against Rob Cross at the World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace. (Photo by Tom Dulat/Getty Images)
Sixteen-year-old Luke Littler’s sensational run at the world darts championship goes on after he thrashed former champion Rob Cross 6-2 in Tuesday’s semi-final.
Littler has taken England by storm over the festive season with his fairytale run on his debut at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Along the way he has dumped out his hero, Raymond van Barneveld, and 2018 winner Cross had no answer as Littler’s three-dart average topped 106.
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