December 8, 2022

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Ronnie O'Sullivan refuses to shake hands with the Belgian referee after riots during the snooker World Cup: "What did you see? Nothing!"

Ronnie O’Sullivan refuses to shake hands with the Belgian referee after riots during the snooker World Cup: “What did you see? Nothing!”

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O’Sullivan seemed to be heading for a fairly big lead as he came out to 5-1 with a few breaks +100 pips. But Trump eventually found his rhythm and won the last two frames of the session, reducing his deficit to two.

In the eighth frame, “Ace in the Pack” was ready for an important ball shot at 59-50. So Martel walked over to O’Sullivan and the two argued. According to our compatriot, the six-time world champion would have said something wrong and pointed out. However, O’Sullivan was unaware of any harm, and reacted fiercely: “What did you see? Nothing. Don’t start!”

Trump thought the show was anything but, and told Martell he would have preferred all of this to happen after the frame. The Englishman shook hands with our compatriot after the session, unlike the indignant O’Sullivan …

“He’s always looking for problems,” O’Sullivan said after the match at Eurosport. “I just get this feeling from that guy. He can see all the pictures because they have a hundred cameras hanging here. I won’t interfere, he has to deal with this. Not me.”

O’Sullivan eventually received an official warning from Marteel. With a second warning, the Englishman has to give up a tire, with the third match over.

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The second session eventually ended with a score of 5-3 in favor of O’Sullivan. There’s no drama for Trump’s opponent, but due to the weakness of the third cycle, a second world title appears to be very difficult for him. Trump won in the first frame of the evening session, but the next five all went to O’Sullivan, leaving the score at 10-4.

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Then Trump finally gave a sign of life again by winning the 15th frame, but the final two of the evening were once again prey for The Rocket: 12-5. So O’Sullivan approaches the seventh world title. Monday is the last day of the World Cup: the first player to win 18 shots is the world champion. And yes: upon leaving the Crucible Theatre, O’Sullivan gave a grip to referee Marteel.

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