Pakistani cueist Babar Masih qualifies for IBSF 6 Reds World Cup semifinal

Pakistani snooker participant Babar Masih attempting to pocket a ball at a match of IBSF 6 Reds World Cup.
  • Tahir appeared hapless in entrance of Masih and couldn’t resist a lot in opposition to him.
  • Masih received the preliminary lead by profitable the primary three frames earlier than Belgium’s Hanssens tried a comeback in body quantity 4 and 5.
  • The semifinals and the ultimate can be performed on Tuesday.

KARACHI: Pakistan’s prime cueist Babar Masih has certified for the semifinal of the IBSF 6-Crimson World Cup in Doha after beating one other Pakistani snooker participant Haris Tahir within the quarter-final, making it 6-0.

The victorious cueist remained in full management all through the match in opposition to his peer Tahir and confirmed a medal for Pakistan within the World Championship as he exhibited the very best of him to qualify for the ultimate 4.

In the meantime, Tahir appeared hapless in entrance of his senior and couldn’t resist a lot in opposition to him. 

The one occasion when he appeared shut within the match was the 4th body however apart from that, Haris wasn’t let to spend extra time on the desk as Masih simply received the match with the scores at 54-0, 36-05, 49-11, 49-30, 45-2, and 46-0.

Earlier, Masih had defeated Belgium’s Kevin Hanssens at 6-2 in Spherical 16 of the morning session on Monday.

Masih received the preliminary lead by profitable the primary three frames earlier than Hanssens tried a comeback and received body quantity 4 and body quantity 5. Nevertheless, the Pakistani cueist didn’t let the Belgian participant stage the sport and went on to win three extra consecutive frames to finish a 6-2 win.

Masih’s rating of a win in opposition to Kevin Hanssens was 40-32, 44-0, 50-09, 14-41, 9-40, 38-05, 32-29, and 41-18.

Furthermore, Tahir had simply received his pre-quarterfinal match, beating UAE’s Khalid Kamali by dropping solely two frames and his rating in opposition to the UAE cueist was 44-16, 40-31, 46-16, 45-13, 1-38, 62-1, 14-39, and 38-0.

The semifinals and the ultimate can be performed on Tuesday.

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