How closely were you following the action in Sheffield this year?
The World Snooker Championship results are in and Ronnie O’Sullivan was the last man standing at the Crucible Theatre on Sunday.
It was a brilliant victory for the “Rocket” as he captured a sixth world crown 27 years after he made his debut in the competition.
O’Sullivan is finally only one behind Stephen Hendry’s modern-day record of seven successes in the World Championship.
The 44 year-old’s triumph over Kyren Wilson in the final brought the curtain down on what was a thoroughly memorable 17 days of action.
Coronavirus protocols and the event’s rescheduling dominated the headlines at the outset, but thankfully the snooker spoke for itself as things eventually got going.
There was the first maximum 147 in eight years when John Higgins fired in the perfect break against Kurt Maflin in the second round – pocketing a cool £55,000 for his efforts.
Gripping drama unfolded in numerous matches, with six going the distance and a handful of others lasting all but a frame or two as well.
Tensions ran high with controversy enveloping the fiery contest between Anthony McGill and debutant Jamie Clarke.
The lack of a crowd added a different dimension to proceedings, but around 300 were welcomed back in for each session of the title decider in order to watch O’Sullivan add the latest conquering chapter to his illustrious career.
There were 31 matches at the Crucible – well, 30 that required actual table time – and now that the dust has settled it’s time to find out if you can remember all of the 2020 World Snooker Championship results.
The question is, how many can you get right?