Fallon Sherrock stuns darts world with bullseye finish to beat Mensur Sulovic as Ally Pally goes into meltdown

Fallon Sherrock claimed a sensational victory over Mensur Suljovic to reach the third round (PA Images)
Fallon Sherrock claimed a sensational victory over Mensur Suljovic to reach the third round (PA Images)
22:22pm, Sat 21 Dec 2019
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English darts queen Fallon Sherrock continues to rock the darts world claiming a world-class victory over world number 11 Mensur Sulovic at Ally Pally - and with a bullseye to win it!

The Milton Keynes born history-maker twice came from 2-0 legs down to win the set, claiming the third with a staggering 41 darts.

Mensur showed his class, however, and after a shaky start showed his worth and capitalised on Sherrock's dip in the second set and beginning of the third.

The crowd couldn't believe what they were witnessing as the topsy-turvy game all came down to the final leg of the final set. Mensur started to over-lean while the young Brit held composure but he quickly fought back with a miraculous 180 to give himself a shot at the victory.

Fallon stepped up and put the pressure on and Mensur couldn't manage the double twenty.

In a complete shock to everyone at the Ally Pally, Sherrock held her form and sealed the victory with a staggering bullseye and now moves on to the third round.

While the crowd cheered, drank, and danced, Fallon could be seen saying "the best bull I've ever done".

"I just thought don't let it go, don't let it go so when it went in it was such a relief.

"I've just proved that we [women] can beat anyone. I've just beaten two of the best players in the world and if that doesn't say women can't play darts I don't know what will."

What a fairytale for the queen of darts.

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