Welsh player Andrew Pagett was under threat of losing another match of this championship but timely recovered with a well-crafted break of 65 points and then a tactical play in decider to save his match.
So far in this championship, he has not shown his brilliance for what he is well-known. He played his first match against Ulziitogtokh Davaasuren of Mongolia. He won but on the cost of two frames. It was worst in second match yesterday where he lost to Australian player Adrian Ridley despite having a lead of 3-1. He went down 4-3.
Now today also he went down 1-2 and then 2-3. It could be his second defeat but in sixth frame he controlled the situation and crafted much deserving break of 65 points to set decider.
Even in deciding frame, he sent all his experience to curtail Muang Muang on zero score and won the match 4-3.