Kiwi Ben Robb caused the shock of the night at the New Zealand Darts Masters in Hamilton, eliminating Australian superstar Simon Whitlock.
A year after Whitlock defeated Robb at the Auckland Darts Masters, the Cantabrian gained revenge, taking a 6-4 victory over the Australian, the second Kiwi to ever register a win at the NZ Darts Masters.
In the first to six clash, Robb fell behind early with Whitlock taking a 2-0 lead from the first two legs.
Robb though, came roaring back into the contest, taking the next four legs to take the lead at 4-2.
Whitlock hit back to bring the scores to 4-3, showing his composure to hit a double 16 after Robb missed the chance to cement his advantage, before hitting 127 with his last three darts to level scores at 4-4.
Unaffected by his opponent's recovery though, Robb would close out the next two legs, giving the Hamilton crowd something to cheer, and advancing to the quarter-finals.
The Kiwi will face England's Rob Cross later tonight, with the winner to move into the semi-final and face the winner of Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson.