A man who stabbed two people at a Cambridgeshire pub after losing a game of pool has been found guilty of murder.
Kai Nazir, 20, was at the Monkfield Arms in Cambourne in October last year, when he was challenged to a game of pool by a man he didn't know.
After Nazir lost, he stabbed the man in his 20s, in the chest.
He was confronted and restrained by the victim’s friends, before managing to escape.
In the pub’s carpark, Nazir was attacked by three of the victim’s friends, including Chris West, 30, from Cambourne.
Nazir stabbed Mr West multiple times to the back and chest before being punched to the ground by another man.
Paramedics were unable to save Mr West and he died at the scene.
Nazir and the first victim were taken to hospital for treatment.
Nazir was released shortly afterwards, but the first victim was transferred to Papworth Hospital with life threatening injuries. He underwent surgery and spent several weeks in hospital before making a recovery.
Nazir, of The Crescent, St Neots, denied charges of murder, attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon in a public place.
He was found guilty of all charges following a trial at Cambridge Crown Court. He will be sentenced on September 10.