Snooker: Mark Williams 'drags Matthew Stevens down'
Wednesday 16 January 2013
Mark Williams joked that he had dragged his opponent Matthew Stevens down to his level after he came from behind to win 6-4 and reach the quarter-finals of the Masters at Alexandra Palace.
Stevens led 4-1 but missed a simple brown to make it 5-1, then made a string of basic errors as Williams won five frames in a row to secure an unlikely victory.
"Matthew helped me out a lot, said Williams. "He missed a lot of balls he normally wouldn't miss. Perhaps I dragged him down a bit and pounced on him."
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