Sixteen year old teenage sensation Luke Littler was in search of a World Championship against 28 year old Luke Humpries.
The now crowned PDC World Champion was no easy shot after bagging the Darts Grand slam, Players Championship finals title and the world Grand Prix before facing teenage celebrity Luke Littler in the PDC World Championship final.
Humphries won 7-4, using his vast experience to come back from several leads by Littler.
Humphries' 180 hitting power was the crucial difference in the final, with the World Champion recording 23 180s.
Littler's 13 180s were not enough to put off Humphries who went on to be crowned world champion to add to his glittering collection of accolades this year.
Both players put up a great show with back to back similar 1808 checkouts and a 170 Big Fish each.
Talking to Sky Sports after the game, Humphries said;
''I cannot put this into words. I'm really proud of my performance, I am world champion and world number one. I really can't ask for more.
"I needed to win this one, as he (Littler) will win plenty of these."
"He has been an unbelievable talent, you will never see a more down-to-earth 16-year-old."
Littler who has been nothing but sensational throughout expressed his disappointment in his throws and also credited his rival, talking to Sky Sports after the game.
"It has been unbelievable. The one negative was I lost too many legs with my throw so Luke could break me,"
"That was the only negative, I just couldn't hold my own throw and I didn't win.
"Every game has been good but that one has just really annoyed me, especially the three missed to keep it going.
"That's what the crowd wanted but fair play to Luke, he deserves it."