Luke Littler fires dig at rival who is ‘biggest MOANER’ in darts in cheeky video

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LUKE LITTLER has dubbed Gerwyn Price the biggest MOANER in darts.

‘The Nuke’, 17, revealed that the former World Champ Welshman had a slight dig at him after one of their clashes.

Sky Sports‘The Nuke’ labelled Gerwyn Price the biggest moaner in the sport in a tongue-in-cheek video[/caption]

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The teen sensation took part in a light-hearted Sky Sports Q&A with the Premier League players on who are the biggest whingers, most dedicated, best dressed and who they’d swap lives with.

On the sport’s biggest grump, Littler said: “I’d probably go Gerwyn Price. Even when I beat him he goes ‘if someone gave me a double I’d win every game’. I was like ‘OK’!”

Former world champ Rob Cross added: “Gezzy likes a moan. The other day he missed a few doubles and I had to get the world’s smallest violin out. It’s not good for business.”

Littler’s tongue-in-cheek comments on Price came just days before the Welshman lashed out at the conditions at the Players Championship in Wigan.

The Welshman pulled out of the tournament and later wrote on Instagram: “Absolutely pathetic conditions, travel all the way to Wigan to play in a professional game and we have to play in less than amateur conditions.

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“Never have ever given a game up, well that’s me out tomorrow as well.

“Gutted because my game was really good today and I rely on these events so much.”

A spokesperson for the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) said: “Gerwyn decided not to complete his match against Brendan Dolan and left the venue immediately. We understand he felt the venue was cold.”

Luke Littler will be in Premier League Darts action again on Thursday, as he looks to continue his fine foray into the tournament.

The 17-year-old reached the semi-finals on his debut night in Cardiff, where he lost to Michael Smith.

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He was then defeated in last weeks final by the three-time world champion Michael van Gerwen.

The action continues on Thursday in Glasgow, with Littler up against “the biggest moaner” Price.

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