Arshad Ali Qureshi
Pakistan's Majid Ali prevails in 5 frames thriller as he thrashed Muneeb Al-Juboori of Iraq by 4-1 to move into the quarterfinal of IBSF 6 Red World Snooker Championship 2018 at Marsa Alam, Egypt.
Majid was in great form and shown their quality game as 25-years-old Majid opened his account with a break of 50 points to win the first frame at 62-5.
21-years-old from Iraq made strong comeback where young one from Pakistan seem completely dejected and pressure had mounted on him as Muneeb leaving no chance for him to recover to secured the second frame by 51-1.
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The young cueist, who belonged to Samundri, Punjab, fought a grim battle against Iraqi player where Majid blazed all his guns and placed many good snookers to seals the third frame at 37-25.
Majid exhibited quality potting to score almost from everywhere as he continued with his tactics and constantly besieged Muneed to win the fourth frame by 39-9.
Majid continue playing aggressively and countered him very well to maintained his lead to win last frame at 36-3 and registered 4-1 win.
Pakistan's last hope Majid cruised into the quarterfinal as he thrashed Muneeb Al-Juboori of Iraq by 4-1 with the final score line of 62-5, 51-1, 37-25, 39-9, 36-3.
Today, Majid Ali will face 24th seed Habib Subah of Bahrain at 9:00pm (PST) in the quarterfinal of IBSF 6 Red World Snooker Championship 2018 at Marsa Alam, Egypt.