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Article: MvG Sends Out Chilling Warning to Rivals

MvG Sends Out Chilling Warning to Rivals

Mighty Michael van Gerwen has sent out a chilling warning to his rivals saying he wants to win “non-stop” now. The Dutchman claimed his seventh European Tour title of the year as he defeated James Wilson 8-6 in the final of the German Darts Championship in Hildesheim on Sunday. World No.1 MvG lost just seven legs over the course of the weekend on the way to landing the £25,000 prize. Van Gerwen was at his unstoppable best, hitting a 103.56 tournament average across the weekend which began with a 6-0 rout of Cristo Reyes in round two. He revealed: “It's hard to perform at a high standard every week but I'm happy with how I played this weekend. “I didn't make too many mistakes which is always pleasing and I loved playing in front of this great crowd. I think 17 tournament wins so far this year isn't bad! “There are so many tournaments coming ahead and I want to win every one of them. I'm going to be at it non-stop until the end of the year.” The Dutch ace roared ahead into a 3-0 lead before Wilson tidied up 44 to get his first leg on the board. Wilson wired double 16 for a break of throw before clinical Van Gerwen stepped up to land magnificent 118 and 154 checkouts in back-to-back legs to open up a commanding 5-1 lead. However, the Yorkshireman never gave up and clawed his way back into contention at 3-5 down, only for Van Gerwen to reassert his dominance and move within a leg of the title at 7-3. Once again, Wilson refused to go down without a fight and found himself dreaming of the impossible after rattling off three successive legs thanks to some brilliant finishing under pressure. Van Gerwen ended Wilson's hopes with an outstanding 11-dart leg to lift the German Darts Championship for a second time. Wilson's impressive run to his third PDC ranking final saw the Huddersfield thrower record impressive victories over Jermaine Wattimena, Jonny Clayton, Robert Thornton, Ron Meulenkamp and Mensur Suljovic. By Phil Lanning (@lannomedia)

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