A rare scene! Snooker players pinch each other on the spot: you want to fight, I will accompany you to the end

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 A rare scene! Snooker players pinch each other on the spot: you want to fight, I will accompany you to the end


This scene appeared in the tenth inning of the game. McGill was 2-7 behind by a big score. At that time, there were six colored balls left on the table, and McGill was 65-44. When Clarke made a defensive shot and did not immediately return to his seat, he chose to stand aside, standing in the sight of McGill.

This made McGill very dissatisfied. He took the initiative to interrogate Clark. They were you and me. There was a dispute on the spot. Until the referee intervened and asked Clark to return to his seat and issued a warning to them, dont say it again. the dispute did not continue. However, after Clark returned to his seat, McGill said a few words to Clark before the game began.

Despite McGills yellow goal, Clarke had the last laugh in the game. According to British media, the dispute was not over. After the 10th inning, Clark left the court and McGill chased out.

As we all know, snooker is a gentlemanly sport, and without physical contact, players rarely tear up. For this rare scene, six time world champion Davis said it was an extremely ugly scene. In 1991, world champion Palo commented: I rarely see such a scene. Its full of gunpowder. The field is not big, there are still two tables to put. If the players do not return to their seats after playing, they should not stand in the line of sight of their opponents. You know, at that time, McGill was 2-7 behind. Naturally, he was in a bad mood. He had reason to complain It has to be mentioned that this conflict also affected Clarke. After the end of the second stage, McGill made the score 7-8, which means that Clarke is completely out of shape since the episode. Source of this article: Netease sports Author: Jiang Feng, editor in charge: Xu Zexin_ BJS4919

As we all know, snooker is a gentlemanly sport, and without physical contact, players rarely tear up. For this rare scene, six time world champion Davis said it was an extremely ugly scene. In 1991, world champion Palo commented: I rarely see such a scene. Its full of gunpowder. The field is not big, there are still two tables to put. If the players do not return to their seats after playing, they should not stand in the line of sight of their opponents. You know, at that time, McGill was 2-7 behind. Naturally, he was in a bad mood. He had reason to complain

It has to be mentioned that this conflict also affected Clarke. After the end of the second stage, McGill made the score 7-8, which means that Clarke is completely out of shape since the episode.