Michael van Gerwen on his greatest game in darts against Raymond van Barneveld

In the fourth of the show, Michael van Gerwen chooses his 2017 World Championship clash against Raymond van Barneveld because his match.
Van Gerwen went to the championship ranked as the No 1 at the world having already claimed Grand Slam, World Grand Prix, the World Matchplay and Premier League titles which year.
He had beaten Darren Webster, Cristo Reyes, Kim Viljanen and Daryl Gurney to set up a clash together along with his fellow countryman in the past four.
The group traded blows into a opening five places prior to Van Gerwen opened a two-set result in make it 4-2 .
“I felt quite great as it was likely the best tournament I have played in my entire life,” explained Van Gerwen. “It was very important for me to perform well against Raymond and that I had to otherwise I would have lost that game.”
After heading 4-2 up MVG did not look back, producing among the best performances the Ally Pally has witnessed, averaging a championship record 114.05 and missing dual 12, en route to a detailed 6-2 victory.
“It was nice to conquer Raymond, I hadn’t won anything after that, however, it gave me confidence to the championship, and that I played nicely later also.”
Van Gerwen would take that form in the final and end Gary Anderson’s reign as world champion, beating his second world title to be claimed by The Flying Scotsman 7-3.
It’s not very long to wait till darts is back on Sky Sports, the World Grand Prix gets underway Sunday, October 6 at Dublin’s Citywest Arena October 12 and seven days of policy continues until the final on Saturday.

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