PDC World Championship: Rob Cross beaten in first round
Second seed Rob Cross suffered a shock 3-0 first-round defeat by Belgium's Kim Huybrechts at the PDC World Championship at Alexandra Palace.
The 2018 champion lost eight legs in succession as world number 41 Huybrechts closed in on victory.
Huybrechts, 34, calmly sealed the win with his first match dart at double 16.
Dutchman Raymond van Barneveld's farewell tournament ended with a 3-1 first-round defeat against American Darin Young in London.
Earlier, England's Luke Humphries beat 18th seed Jermaine Wattimena of the Netherlands in a sudden-death leg after their deciding set ended 5-5.
The 24-year-old World Youth champion from Newbury, who reached the quarter-finals last year and beat Devon Petersen on Friday, will have more than a week before his third-round match.
Singapore veteran Paul Lim, 65, in his 24th World Championship campaign, won the opening leg with a 160 checkout but lost 3-0 to Luke Woodhouse, who earned a second-round match against last year's beaten finalist Michael Smith.
Darius Labanauskas (Ltu) 3-0 Matthew Edgar (Eng)
Ryan Meikle (Eng) 1-3 Yuki Yamada (Jpn)
Luke Woodhouse (Eng) 3-0 Paul Lim (Sin)
Jermaine Wattimena (Ned) 2-3 Luke Humphries (Eng)
Mark McGeeney (Eng) 3-1 Matt Campbell (Can)
Jamie Hughes (Eng) 2-3 Zoran Lerchbacher (Aut)
Raymond van Barneveld (Ned) 1-3 Darin Young (US)
Rob Cross (Eng) 0-3 Kim Huybrechts (Bel)