Van Gerwen beats Anderson and wins the Masters for the third time in a row
Michael van Gerwen has Sunday night for the third time in a row, the Masters won. The Dutchman won in the final battle in Milton Keynes Gary Anderson 11-7 in legs.
With his stage win gives the 27-year-old Van Gerwen his world title from the beginning of this month a successful sequel. When the crew were in the final already with Anderson. Thursday, the Dutchman and the Scot again against each other in the first round of the Premier League.
Van Gerwen is already months in great shape. The Masters is the tenth major in a row that he has on his name writes. He also has all 32 matches are not lost.
Raymond van Barneveld was at the Masters all in the quarter-finals off. Anderson qualified for the finals by dartslegende Phill Taylor, who earlier this weekend said that this is his last year as a pro, beat.
Van Gerwen made the semi-final even though an excellent impression against Adrian Lewis (11-5) and was in the quarterfinals too strong for the Austrian Mensur Suljevic. With his victory, he earned up to 60,000 British pounds (approximately 70,000 euros).
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Time of placing
22:12 – January 29, 2017
Just like at the world cup played Van Gerwen and Anderson on Sunday at the Masters a final of very high level. After five legs was that, while it is already 4-1 for the Vlijmenaar, but both darters had at that time and average of over 110 points per three arrows.
In the remainder of the party came Anderson back (6-4), but at 8-4 for Van Gerwen washet as good as decided. Eventually, he won with 11-7 and an average of more than 109. The 103,6 of Anderson was not enough for the victory.