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Saudi Arabia hits highest break in scotch-double frame of World Team Men Snooker

Omar Alajlani and Ahmed Aseeri from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Omar Alajlani and Ahmed Aseeri from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia IBSF Media

Omar Alajlani and Ahmed Aseeri from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia sets highest break of World Team Men Snooker Championship 2018 by scoring 121 in scotch-double frame against Wales-2 players Andrew Pagett and Darren Morgan.


Though they lost the match 1-4 and got eliminated from the competition but that frame was recorded as one of the best frame in this competition.

They both complimented each other as a team and played every shot with precision so that the partner gets a proper position. Fantastic team work of Omar and Ahmed got this result that they are now having the highest break of the competition so far where all other are struggling even in individual to have century breaks.

Earlier in the group stages, they performed well and won two matches out of total three group stage matches. They beat Egypt-5 (4-1) and Iraq-4 (5-0) to confirm berth for the knockouts last night.

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