Wang Yun lost to Zhang Guanghao missed the CBSA National Chinese Billiards Ranking Tournament
In the round of 16 competition on the afternoon of the first day of the National Chinese Billiards, Henan Station, the most eye-catching matchup between Wang Yun and , two new stars of the 90s in the backstage. In the end, Wang Yun lost to Zhang Guanghao, and regrettably stopped in the top 32 with a 5-7 result.
Zhang Guanghao seizes the opportunity
Wang Yun rises up
Both have championship titles and are also the most watched top players among the post-90s. The bloody battle between Wang Yun and Zhang Guanghao seems to be destined for a long time. In the first ten minutes of the game, Zhang Guanghao had already dominated the situation and quickly pulled the score to 4:1. However, this rhythm was finally broken by Wang Yun in the 6th inning, and then Wang Yun took advantage of Zhang Guanghao’s jump ball error in the 7th inning to go on the field and get a match point, and used superb passing and pocketing. Waiting for skills to tie the score to 5:5 in the 10th inning, set off a small climax on the scene. With the start of the 11th game, even the atmosphere of the audience was like an arrow, because it was impossible to predict who would turn things around in this crucial game. Wang Yun once sprinted to the final goal, but he lost at this critical moment and gave the scoring opportunity to Zhang Guanghao, again at a disadvantage. Zhang Guanghao took advantage of the victory and pursued, winning the final point in one fell swoop with a crisp, explosive attack and accurate positioning. He defeated Wang Yun 7-5 to advance to the top 16 and also conquered the audience.
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