Hong Kong’s Marco Fu won eight frames in a row against home favourite John Higgins to clinch the Scottish Open trophy.
It was Higgins who stormed into the final match scoring three consecutive century breaks – 126, 101 and 100.
Fu replied with a century of his own – 106 to narrow the gap, 3-1 before the mid-session interval.
The four-time world champion had won the fifth frame with a run of – 78 to make it 4-1 before Fu took control on the final match.
The Hong Kong man produced a stunning comeback winning eight consecutive frames to seal a 9-4 victory and the Scottish title.
The 38-years-old won his third ranking title and a prize of- £70,000, he’ll also climb -up to the eight world ranking spot.
Fu seems to be satisfied with his recent form, he said after the match:
“I can’t believe I’m, the champion. In the first part of the season I was really struggling but somehow I found some form at the UK Championship.”
“I have won 15 out of 16 matches. It is probably the best win of my career.”
He added: “The way John started the match I thought it was going to be 9-1 or 9-2”
“In a short spell I kind of dragged John down to my standard and those three frames from 4-1 to get to 4-4 were very crucial.”
“I was feeling over the moon after the first session, and tonight I played much better match snooker.”