The Chase's Paul Sinha forced to apologise to 'best player ever' – as fans fume over final round

THE Chase’s Paul Sinha was left open-mouthed after he came up against “one of the best players” the show has ever seen.

During the latest edition of the popular ITV quiz show, The Sinnerman was given a run for his money after coming face-to-face with contestant Lindsay.


And the quizmaster was left so impressed with the 65-year-old’s performance that he informed him he was the best he had ever come up against. 

The former GP from Scotland dominated in Wednesday's episode of The Chase, with him getting nearly every question right in the final round.

Host Bradley Walsh guided Joe, Lindsay, and Katie in the final where they played for £17,000 and had a score of 19, despite being one contestant down.

However, it was standout star Lindsay, who received a round of applause, as his dominance in the final chase saw him single-handily lead with securing the most money and points for the team.

Lindsay's performance took Twitter by storm, with the contestant receiving hundreds of tweets about how brilliantly he played.

One fan exclaimed: "Wow! It's The Chase versus Lindsay. He absolutely smashed it and should be so proud."

Another fan branded Lindsay as a "machine" as they penned: "Lindsay is an absolute machine – one of the best contestants ever on The Chase."

Unfortunately, in the final, it was The Sinnerman who was victorious against the final three contestants.

In nail-biting scenes, Paul etched closer and closer to reaching his goal of 19 questions.

The quizzer hit the target in the last two seconds, despite having three setbacks – which had all been answered by Lindsay.

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After he caught the players, Bradley broke a stunned audience silence, raising how gutted he was for three finalists.

Chaser Paul added: “Lindsay, know whatever happens, now you are, undoubtedly, one of the best final chase players I have ever played."

The Chase airs weekdays on ITV at 5pm.

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