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Watch how Luke Littler's pub team 'Bogey Flickers' reacted to his World Darts Championship semi-final win

Watch how Luke Littler's pub team 'Bogey Flickers' reacted to his World Darts Championship semi-final win

Luke Littler's pub team celebrated the 16-year-old's Ally Pally victory.

Luke Littler's pub team had an incredible reaction to his gigantic World Darts Championship semi-final victory over Rob Cross, with a brilliant video showing exactly how they celebrated.

The 16-year-old darts phenom booked his spot in the final of the tournament after beating former world champion Cross 6-2 on Tuesday.

His big win sets up a blockbuster clash against world number three Luke Humphries, who played the budding superstar four years ago.

Littler's victory over Cross didn't just send the Ally Pally crowd wild but also his pub team back home.

The 'Bogey Flickers' watched on as the Warrington lad dumped Cross out of the competition in emphatic fashion.

People inside the club house erupted after his winning shot as fans chanted his name. Check it out below:

Littler, who has earned a huge amount this tournament, is the youngest person to reach the final, overtaking Kirk Shepherd who was 21 years and 88 days old in 2008.

After the match, he said: "It is crazy to even think I am in the final on my debut."

Littler added: "I was happy to win one game and now I can go all the way. It's not easy. You are playing Rob, he is a world champion who won on debut. I've got no words."

Asked about his preparations for the final, the teenage sensation replied: "I'll be doing what I've been doing. In the morning I'll go for my ham and cheese omelette and then come here, have a pizza and then prep on the board. That is what I've done every day."

Littler, playing in his first world tournament, has beaten Christian Kist, Andrew Gilding, Matt Campbell, Raymond van Barneveld, Brendan Dolan and Cross en route to reaching the final.

He'll look to cap off a sensational campaign by winning the World Darts Championship.

Featured Image Credit: Nathan Wheatley/Getty

Topics: Luke Littler, Darts