Der Portugiese Jose de Sousa (46) hat sensationell den Grand Slam of Darts gewonnen. Die Nummer 34 der Welt schlug im Finale von. Grand Slam of Darts - das Finale heute live: Jose de Sousa gegen James Wade im TV und Livestream. Von SPOX. Dienstag, Portugiese mischt Darts-Elite auf. Grand Slam of Darts: José de Sousa trotz Rechenschwäche im Finale vs. Wade. Trotz Rechenfehler!
José de Sousa ist der BoyleSports Grand Slam of Darts Champion 2020José Augusto Oliveira de Sousa (* Februar in Azambuja) ist ein portugiesischer Dartspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere; 2 PDC-Weltmeisterschaft. DartsJosé de SousaProfil. José de Sousa. José Augusto Oliveira de Sousa. geboren, in: Portugal. Nationalität. Portugal. Anzeige. News - José de. Der Portugiese Jose de Sousa (46) hat sensationell den Grand Slam of Darts gewonnen. Die Nummer 34 der Welt schlug im Finale den.
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Tastenkombination Vollbild Spiele De Sousa Darts. - Gewonnene Titel & Leistungen:Miami Dolphins. Jose De Sousa became the first Portuguese player to reach a televised quarter-final by defeating Dave Chisnall in the BoyleSports Grand Slam of Darts on Friday, as Simon Whitlock, James Wade and Dimitri Van den Bergh also progressed. De Sousa made his Ally Pally debut in Despite lacking in self-belief in his steel-tip darts ability, De Sousa sporadically tried his hand at steel-tip and in December competed in the World Championship for the first time where he was defeated by . 11/25/ · De Sousa though forced the issue by taking out 70 to make it six out of the last eight legs to hit the front for the first time at up. They continued to jostle but De Sousa made it eight 's with a double 16 for an darter to make it At the break, it was still locked in at with De Sousa holding a slender lead lm-esthetic.com: Samuel Gill.
Wade, who launched a comeback to pip Dimitri Van den Bergh in Monday's semi-final, produced a brilliant, and much needed, dart leg thanks to a nerveless 92 finish and he drew within two with a second three-figure check-out of the contest.
But this has been De Sousa's tournament and was De Sousa's day and he edged closer to the finish line when he pinned double two to leave Wade needing six legs from a remaining maximum of eight.
He claimed the first to stay within touching distance at but that was as close as he got as he missed a dart at double eight to close within one and De Sousa nipped in to stay two clear.
The Special One then won two of the next three legs to reach the required 16, fittingly for a man who showed no fear throughout a thrilling finish clinched the title in style.
Having beaten Dave Chisnall, Michael Smith and Van Gerwen's conqueror Simon Whitlock during the knockout stages, De Sousa rubberstamped his arrival at the very top of the game with a memorable win over a multiple major champion.
Jose De Sousa described winning the Grand Slam of Darts as 'a dream come true', while James Wade labelled his performance 'rubbish' after losing in the final.
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Dimitri Van den Bergh's bid to win a second televised title of continued with another impressive display as he raced past Jonny Clayton with a average and eight s.
The World Matchplay champion landed three darters and a dart leg in a high-quality opening as he created a cushion to move halfway towards the quarter-finals.
Clayton hit back in leg eight, but back-to-back darters for Van den Bergh were followed by a dart leg as he moved up, before sealing his place in the last eight with a checkout.
I'm on a winning streak and I want to keep this going. I'm really happy - inside I'm having explosions of happiness. Sky Sports Darts runs the rule over the four remaining contenders, their hopes and the semi-finals that lie in wait on Monday night from 7pm on Sky Sports Arena.
Before this week The Wizard had never been beyond the last eight at the Grand Slam in nine previous visits.
Mind you, before the last couple of months he had no idea how to beat Michael van Gerwen having lost his last 15 matches against the world No 1 and won just one of the previous He also beat the Dutchman in the second round at the Grand Prix last month but was defeated by Dirk van Duijvenbode in the semi-finals.
Whitlock has one major title under his belt, having won the European Championship, and he has played more darts than anyone else in this relentless four-week stretch but with a per cent record so far this week he has shown no signs of slowing down.Jose De Sousa claimed a victory over James Wade to win the Grand Slam of Darts on his tournament debut and become the first Portuguese player to win a PDC major televised title. Search Darts. De Sousa made his Ally Pally debut in Despite lacking in self-belief in his steel-tip darts ability, De Sousa sporadically tried his hand at steel-tip and in December competed in the World Championship for the first time where he was defeated by Devon Petersen in a Preliminary Round match. Wade’s scoring woes allows De Sousa to take control of this leg, which he wins in 14 darts with his opponent back on Wade is clinical from 92 for a darter - with De Sousa on - to. The Special One reaches new heights A great week of darts comes to a close, with a final between the brilliantly consistent Jose De Sousa and the tenacious James Wade. For De Sousa, this is his first major final. The Portuguese player is an example of how darts is a sport in which it's never too late to achieve your dreams. James Wade and Jose De Sousa will battle it out for the right to become the latest new name on the Grand Slam of Darts trophy in Coventry on Tuesday night. Two formidable competitors with contrasting levels of experience, Wade and De Sousa have battled through a formidable field of 32 players to set up a date with destiny at the Ricoh Arena.