Judd Trump produces the ‘greatest clearance ever’ against Shaun Murphy, the commentators and crowd were in total disbelief
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Judd Trump produced a moment of magic to deliver one of the best shots you'll see ever en route to a stunning clearance.
Trump beat Shaun Murphy 6-4 in the quarter-finals of the 2023 Champion of Champions.
He put together an outrageous clearance in the seventh frame to book his spot in the semi-finals of the tournament.
With the score 3-3, Trump came to the table with Murphy leading by 54 points.
He not only turned the deficit around but clinched the frame with what is being called one of the greatest clearances in snooker history.
What's more, he managed to produce one of the greatest shots you'll ever see.
The 34-year-old began his clearance by pocketing a red with a lovely shot. He sunk the pink then pocketed another red. He once more bagged six points after pocketing the pink again.
He pocketed another red before tucking the black away, stunning the commentator in the process. Another red was put away with ease.
Trump continued his rampage on the table as he made a shot that shocked everyone inside the arena.
He took his time lining up the yellow, then hit a tremendous shot to not just pocket the ball but also nudge the red away from the cushion for a clear shot.
"Unbelievable shot," the commentator gasped. Even his opponent Murphy applauded Trump's brilliance.
The Bristolian then pocketed the final red. He sunk the green, yellow and green again before moving onto the brown.
He completed the clearance by pocketing the blue, pink and finally the black in a remarkable effort.
A series of genius moves from Trump saw him clinch the seventh frame as he went onto beat Murphy 6-4 to book a clash against Barry Hawkins for a spot in the final.
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