Darts sensation Luke Littler, 16, takes a few hours off to join Tottenham star James Maddison in his box for their game against Bournemouth, ahead of his £100,000 Ally Pally quarter-final on New Year’s Day

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  • The teenager was spotted at Tottenham’s ground for their Bournemouth match 
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Darts sensation Luke Littler was invited to Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium to watch their match against Bournemouth as James Maddison’s special guest.

Less than a day after his victory over idol Raymond van Barneveld kept his World Darts Championship dream alive, Littler was spotted in the stands in north London.

Littler, 16, has taken the tungsten world by storm after moving into the last-16 at Alexandra Palace and is preparing for a mouthwatering clash against Brendan Dolan.

Sensationally, he has already secured £50,000 in prize money. 

And ahead of his next match on the big stage, Littler was spotted at the Spurs’ home ground on New Year’s Eve, having been extended an invitation by Maddison. 

He was photographed making his way to his seat alongside Maddison and took his seat alongside Chris Dobey, who is also in contention to win the darting spectacle.

Should Littler beat the experienced Dolan when the action resumes in the New Year, he could face off against the in-form Dobey for a spot in the final. 

However, the teenager, who has been playing darts since he was 18 months old, is not a Tottenham supporter and instead follows Manchester United. 

Ahead of his showdown with five-time world champion Van Barneveld, Littler received a good luck message from Jonny Evans and Gary Neville. 

Littler was recently photographed alongside Declan Rice and Aaron Ramsdale.

More to follow.

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