Hendry into Crucible quarter-finals
Stephen Hendry has completed a 13-4 win over John Higgins to reach the quarter-finals of the World Championships.
It was the first-ever Crucible encounter between the two Scottish snooker stars and last year's champion Higgins started Saturday 12-4 behind after Hendry stunned him to win seven out of eight frames in Friday's second session.
The seven-time world champion needed only one frame to book his place in the quarter-finals, where he will face Stephen Maguire after he recorded a 13-7 win over Joe Perry, but Hendry has played down any hype suggesting he could go on a run all the way to another title in Sheffield.
He told the BBC: "There is a long way to go but I am still in the tournament and I am very happy.
"Everything is a bonus for me at the moment. I have made a maximum, I have just beaten the defending champion and I've got Maguire next, so I can't wait.
"I am one match away from possibly being in a one-table situation at the Crucible again, which is amazing for me."