Hurrah! Dairy Milk is crowned the winner of the chocolate World Cup!

Since New Year's day (so, since only two days ago), Richard Osman has been the head of the World Cup of Chocolate 2016, and he put together all the chocolate bars you can imagine to fiercely battle it out.

He took to Twitter, and much like the football World Cup, had group stages followed by knock-out rounds.

Altogether, 32 bars were entered, ranging from Twirl (last year's winner) to Bounty, to Kit Kat and Mars. 

The odds were 2/1 for Dairy Milk so it was a clear winner, but now we can't wait for the crisps world cup Richard promised us last Easter. 

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