Sky Sports presenter Emma Paton shares unseen footage of Luke Littler’s amazing nine-darter with ‘limbs everywhere’

EMMA PATON has shared unseen footage of Luke Littler’s nine-darter in the Premier League Darts final.

The teenage sensation beat Luke Humphries 11-7 on Thursday night to become the youngest-ever winner of the tournament.

Instagram @missemmapatonEmma Paton shared unseen footage of Luke Littler’s nine-darter[/caption]

Instagram @missemmapatonLittler’s heroics sent the crowd wild inside the O2 Arena on Thursday night[/caption]

Littler sent the crowd wild with his perfect leg after returning to the stage following the interval.

It gave him a 6-5 lead before he went on to scoop £275,000 in prize money by beating the world number one.

His perfect leg also follows nine-darters on the ProTour, EuroTour and World Series of Darts in 2024.

Littler’s stunning leg at the O2 Arena sent the crowd wild, with Paton capturing footage of the reaction.

The Sky Sports presenter shared a video of the celebrations to her Instagram story.

She filmed the big screen before panning to the crowd as fans fell silent, only to erupt as Littler pinned double-12 to seal his nine-darter.

Alongside the video, she wrote: “9 darter in a Premier League final,” with crying emojis.

Paton also tagged Littler and added clapping emojis, whilst fans on X reacted to the celebrations by writing: “Limbs everywhere.”


The 17-year-old himself had earlier shared the Sky Sports footage of his exploits to Instagram, commenting: “You asked for it and only went and delivered.”

He even hailed a key toilet break during the match for his nine-darter, having had to wait until the interval to go to the loo.

Meanwhile, Paton wowed fans once again as she hosted coverage of the Premier League Darts.

She stunned in an all black outfit after also sharing a social media photo dump to the delight of fans ahead of the play-offs in London.

Inside Littler’s massive rise

LUKE LITTLER has taken the darts world by storm since exploding onto the scene at the PDC World Championship.

The Nuke reached the final on his Ally Pally debut at just 16 years of age – smashing records along the way.

He has since joined Jude Bellingham on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list.

And the teenage titan even had to snub an invite from the WWE.

The Sun exclusively revealed that Littler is plotting to create a fitness empire.

He is also cashing in away from the Oche thanks to an Instagram side hustle.

And he’s even the face of a brand new cereal.

The wonderkid has now cemented his place among the tungsten elite by winning the Premier League Darts final – and the £275k top prize.

Check out all of our Luke Littler stories here.

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