Rampant Rydz surges through to World Darts Championship Quarter-Finals after ending Soutar's run

Callan Rydz is into the Quarter-Finals of the PDC World Darts Championship continuing the rampant run of 'The Riot' as he swept aside one of the success stories of this year's tournament in Alan Soutar.

Rydz went a set down but he could be described as the Bedlington Blur from there as he left Soutar with no opportunity to hit back running rampant to the win.

He produced a 96.5 average to win 4-1 against the Scot who can leave the tournament with his head held high.

Rydz was made to rue missed darts at doubles early on as Soutar went on to claim the opening set with the Bedlington ace hitting just 1/6.

Rydz hit back though claiming an opening break which saw him go 2-0 up. Soutar hit back with a 110 checkout to hold but Rydz had the throw to claim the second set.

He hit an 81 checkout to seal it and bounce back as he made it 1-1 in sets. Rydz opened the third set with a 122 checkout to seal the opening leg and a hold to begin the third set.

A 94 checkout saw him break throw again and he was one away from a 2-1 sets lead. A 48 checkout saw Rydz finishing go up to 47% and give him a 2-1 sets lead.

Rydz missed a 56 checkout for the set but Soutar couldn’t get a dart for a 124 checkout. This allowed Rydz back for double five and the set.

An 87 checkout saw Rydz continue his effortless romp towards the winning line followed by double 10 as he went one away.

He missed the bull for a 126 checkout and the victory. Soutar had a wry smile but missed 150 on double 15 to keep himself in the tie. Only for Rydz to smash in double four for the win.

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