Pro world cup: Pakistan cueists go down 3-2 to Poland

Pakistan took the lead after winning the first frame by a considerable margin


Our Correspondent June 17, 2015
Pakistan took the lead after winning the first frame by a considerable margin. STOCK IMAGE

KARACHI:


Pakistan missed the perfect chance to register a second win in the Professional Snooker World Cup as they were pipped 3-2 by Poland in Wuxi, China.


Pakistan took the lead after winning the first frame by a considerable margin, while the second frame went to Poland after a close fight.


Pakistan again dominated the third doubles’ frame to make it 2-1 in their favour, but Poland fought back in the last two frames to turn the match on its head to win with a scoreline of 17-83, 65-35, 16-108, 67-22, 58-29.


The duo of Mohammad Sajjad and Hamza Akbar were able to take away two points from the match; in all, they now have five points in their group.


Published in The Express Tribune, June 18th,  2015.

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