Great moments were always part of the World Snooker Championship, great players always want to perform solid snooker in the crucible theater, Ronnie O’Sullivan shows us why we like snooker so much.
On April 21st- 1997, the young Ronnie O’Sullivan was playing against Mick Price in the first round of the World Snooker Championship.
The Rocket was leading 8-5 when Price has left a red ball after playing a very bad safety, the rest is history.
With his rapid playing style Ronnie made a century in less than four minutes, and the fastest ever maximum break- Five minutes and twenty seconds, unbelievable.
Over his career Ronnie achieved great records, he made thirteen maximum breaks and also the most competitive century breaks- 881.
His five times Triple Crown events record is the most impressive- Five times World Champion, five times Masters Champion, and Five times UK Champion.
Enjoy this video, some will say that no one will ever do it again. What do you say?