- Two wins verify Masih’s place within the knock-out stage of the match
- Masih’s teammate Haris Tahir additionally achieves second consecutive win within the match.
- Babar makes an amazing fightback in opposition to Turkey’s cueist within the morning session after shedding the primary body.
DOHA: Persevering with his profitable run, Pakistan’s Babar Masih has received two extra matches in IBSF 6-Crimson World Cup in Doha to complete on prime of his group D and make sure his place within the knock-out stage of the match.
His teammate Haris Tahir has additionally achieved the second consecutive win within the match being performed in Doha.
On Saturday, Babar performed two group matches and emerged victoriously in each the video games by defeating Turkey’s Enes Bakirci and Qatar’s Mohammad Al-Binali.
Babar made an amazing fightback in opposition to Turkey’s cueist within the morning session after shedding the primary body. He then performed breaks of 58, 41, and 47 to win the following three frames and took a 3-1 lead.
Within the third body, Bakirci couldn’t even pot a single crimson as Babar cleared the body within the single break of 41. Within the fourth body, the Turkish participant bought 18 factors earlier than the Pakistani cueist chalked out one other clearance break of 47.
Bakirci fought again within the fifth body to lower his deficit from 3-1 to 3-2. Within the sixth body, Masih chalked out a break of 69, taking three black and three blue following every crimson ball earlier than clearing the body by taking all colors.
Each the gamers performed protected and tried to put snooker balls on one another. Nonetheless, Babar – as soon as once more – emerged victoriously.
Masih’s rating in opposition to Bakrici was 12-45, 70-12, 41-0, 47-18, 26-49, 69-0, and 42-40.
Within the second match, Babar Masih outclassed Qatar’s Mohammad Al-Binali 5-1. The Pakistani cueist took an early lead of 4-0 by profitable the primary 4 frames enjoying breaks of 36 within the first and forty fourth within the 4th body earlier than the Qatari participant made a comeback to make it 4-1 — nonetheless in Babar’s favour.
Al-Binali might’ve carried out it 4-2 however he missed a straightforward black-ball after pocketing the final color, permitting Babar to stage a comeback within the body and full a 5-1 win.
The Pakistani cueist received the second match with scores of 36-32, 54-14, 57-0, 72-0, 16-53, and 28-18.
Haris Tahir, who’s positioned in group H, defeated Lebanon’s Firas Abboud 5-0 to register his second consecutive win within the 6-Crimson World Cup.
The 21-year-old cueist remained in command of the sport all through and didn’t permit his opponent to flex his muscle by profitable it 63-01, 58-19, 74-05, 54-06, and 33-09.
Haris will play his final group match on Sunday in opposition to Palestines’ Khaled Alastal.