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Lee S.-Gould M.
World Open - 25 September 2010

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0:3 

And after that little scare, it's all over. That wraps it up for us here tonight, see you tomorrow for the quarter-finals.

0:2 

This should be all wrapped up now, but amazingly Gould's gone in-off twice! Lee still needs snookers but vitally he's still in the match.

0:2 

Cracking shot from Gould on the blue to open up a bunched group or reds. He should win it from here.

0:2 

Poor shot from Lee as he opens the pack but leaves Gould with a simple red to the bottom-left pocket. Gould pots it, just about - maybe he is human and the nerves are jangling?

0:2 

There's just no stopping Gould at the moment, he just can't miss... until that red to the bottom-right pocket. Surprising, but can Lee handle the pressure?

0:2 

Lee hasn't had much of a sniff yet, such is the display Gould is producing. He clears the table beautifully, with some exhibition shots to boot, and you've got to fancy him now.

0:1 

The reds are nicely spread here and Gould has a great chance to double his lead if he can keep his cool. He's certainly looking confident enough to do it.

0:1 

He deserved that, it has to be said. Gould keeps at it, riding his luck on a few mistakes, to take the first frame.

0:0 

It was all looking so good for Gould but a poor positional shot ends his break at 46 and now Lee has the chance to make his mark on the frame.

0:0 

Bang! Smashing pot from Gould there, opening up the pack at the same time.

0:0 

On to the final match in the last 16 and the final match of the evening: Stephen Lee versus Martin Gould.