Beat The Chasers teen player fuming after he narrowly misses out on £20k win

A contestant who appeared on Wednesday night’s Beat The Chaser was left rather annoyed after he failed to beat the brainboxes.

Taking on the challenge of three Chasers for £20,000, 18-year-old Spencer tried his luck, but unfortunately, things didn’t exactly go to plan.

After only achieving £1,000 in the first round, Spencer was standing on shaky ground. Despite this, fans on Twitter still had hope for the young lad, as he appeared "confident" in his approach.

But while Spencer’s confidence was evident, it didn’t seem to stop the roaring force of the chasers who managed to whittle him down with only seconds to spare in the seconf round.

Spencer answered a few questions correctly, but it wasn’t enough to beat the Chasers.

Teenager Spencer appeared disappointed by the result as his face seemed a lot less cheerful than it previously was.

Fans picked up on this on Twitter and commented on his reaction.

One fan said: "Oh my word, poor Spencer looked broken. Gutted for him. What a brilliant effort though."

Another viewer congratulated him on his attempt: "Shame Spencer didn't #BeatTheChasers for his age, he had a fair knowledge base."

A third said: "He’s FUMING."

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