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    Polish Duo Ratajski and Kciuk Set Record in World Cup of Darts

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    Krzysztof Ratajski and Krzysztof Kciuk impress in the World Cup of Darts, defeating Lithuania 4-1 and setting a new record for the highest average in tournament history.


    Krzysztof Ratajski and Krzysztof Kciuk continued their impressive run in the World Cup of Darts, securing a spot in the tournament’s knockout stage. In a thrilling match against Portugal, the Polish duo overcame a tough challenge to win 4-3.

    Record-Breaking Achievement

    Facing Lithuania in a crucial group stage match, the Polish pair started strongly and confidently maintained their lead. They swiftly broke their opponents with an exceptional leg, showcasing their prowess. After two sets, Ratajski and Kciuk held an astonishing average of over 110!

    Undeterred, the Polish duo continued their remarkable performance, steadily increasing their already extraordinary average. While Lithuania managed to win a solitary set, Ratajski and Kciuk swiftly recovered and secured victory with a final score of 4-1. Their incredible average of 118.10 not only secured their spot in the tournament’s Round of 16 but also set a new record for the highest average in the history of the World Cup of Darts.

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