Kyren Wilson calls foul on himself in classy gesture at World Snooker Championship – then takes it back after TV replay

KYREN WILSON called a foul on himself in a classy gesture at the World Snooker Championship before hilariously taking it back after a TV replay.

Wilson went up against John Higgins in the World Snooker Championship quarter-finals this week.

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The pair continued the action today after yesterday’s thrilling two sessions.

But there was some light relief for all involved after a brilliant moment on Tuesday.

Wilson appeared to just about hit the black while going for a long pot of the red.

The commentators immediately questioned whether he had committed a foul.

And as the audience watched on, Wilson went up to the ref before admitting his shot had indeed been illegal.

Fans applauded the ace’s honesty as a TV replay of the incident went ahead.

However, the screen froze at the exact moment of the foul hit.

This caused Wilson to joke: “I changed my mind, it wasn’t.”

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The audience found his one-liner highly amusing.

And fans watching at home were also tickled too.

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One said: “Lol who was responsible for that TV replay?”

Another declared: “Could be a split ball, strikes ball at same time.”

One noted: “We definitely need the replay.”

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