McGill stuns reigning world champion Mark Selby, Former World champion Higgins trails Ding, Bingham leads 2006 world champion Graeme Dott.
The world #32 Anthony McGill stuns reigning champion Mark Selby at The Crucible with a sensational 13-9 victory, becoming the first player to advance the quarter-final stage of the World Snooker Championship.
McGill has played well throughout the match, producing an impressive game of snooker. He resumed with a tie 4-4 after the first session and fired breaks of 56, 125 and 54 in the second session to lead 10-6.
The confident Scotsman started the third session with a break of 68, continued with 87 and sealed the match with a triumphant 82.
McGill will face the second round match winner, either Shaun Murphy or Joe Perry, in the quarter-final.
Four-time world champion John Higgins is 7-9 behind The Chinese Ding Junhui in the World Snooker Championship second round match.
Another former world champion is in trouble. Graeme Dott trails 5-10 to Stuart Bingham.
The 2013 runner-up Barry Hawkins plays against Mark Allen in the last 16 stage, Allen leads 5-3 after the first session.