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World number two Judd Trump suffered a surprise 6-3 defeat by Matthew Selt in the third round of the UK Championship.
However, Selt grew into the contest and made four half-century breaks to reel off four of the next five frames.
With Trump threatening a fightback, Selt won a pivotal eighth frame on the black to lead 5-3 and sealed victory and a last-16 place with a superb 128 clearance.
Selt’s reward for his first win over Trump since the 2016 Championship League is a fourth-round meeting with former World Championship finalist Barry Hawkins.
“I started off a bit slow,” Selt told BBC Sport.
“In the first frame I missed a good chance and against a player of Judd’s calibre you need to kill every chance you get.
“I managed to get a foothold and get back into it. He made some very basic mistakes and it was great news for me.”
Trump’s defeat sees him become the seventh player in the top 10 in the world rankings to exit the tournament early and he conceded that he rarely felt in the shape claim a first UK crown since 2011.
“I was poor from start to finish,” Trump said. “I always struggle here I don’t know what the reason is. I felt flat from the start.
“I scraped through the first couple of games. I should have gone 4-4, that was a massive frame. If I could have won that one I think I could have gone on to win.”
More to follow.