Darts in the Premier League 2021: Jonny Clayton hit the perfect leg in the win over Jose De Sous | Darts News









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Watch Jonny Clayton hit nine shots in a match against Jose de Sousa on his Premier League debut!

Watch Jonny Clayton hit nine shots in a match against Jose de Sousa on his Premier League debut!

Jonny Clayton fired a perfect nine-darts finale in a win over Jose De Sous, while the debutants continued to set the pace of the Premier League alongside Michael van Gerwen – but both lead the league league with Dimitri Van den Bergh.

Ferret was the last man to reserve his place on the field when he won the Master in February, and his electric form is showing no signs of giving in as he defied Jose De Souse’s average of 108 and won 7-3.

But he applied the perfect finish to his stunning series of forms when he scored his 11th goal with nine darts in the Premier League, achieving perfection in the eighth leg of the win with two maximum 180s and a spectacular 141 check-out.

Clayton continued with a brilliant win, joining Van Gerwen and Van den Bergh with five points out of a possible six during the opening three nights – but Ferret’s nine is the one stealing the titles.

Premier League Darts: Results for three nights

Rob Cross 3-7 Michael van Gerwen
Glen Durrant 0-7 Dimitri Van den Bergh
Peter Wright 7-4. Gary Anderson
Nathan Aspinall 7-4 James Wade
Jose De Sousa 3-7 Jonny Clayton

Floral Ferret dazzles with a nine-arrow display

Jonny Clayton’s music is by Johnny B Goode, and The Ferret showed why he’s as good as anyone in world darts at the moment, while the Welshman continued his dream of starting in the Premier League by claiming that the first television ending with nine arrows began. career.

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Clayton reacts to his nine darts

Clayton reacts to his nine darts

The initial five legs were seen between both men with a multitude of great results and quick-footed legs, but Clayton took control and took a 4-2 lead amid a series of high 19 strokes from De Souse, who shot an 11-arrow leg into one of the Welsh.

But Stunning Clayton’s rush saw him looking for the last three legs and two offered points in just 32 feet, but the numbers barely make it justified.

His brilliant nine-pointer put him in a 5-3 lead, and, despite the obvious joy on his face, he brilliantly kept his composure to turn the leg of 11 arrows and 12 arrows into an unforgettable victory.

Premier League – Nine-Dart ends

Year Match Venue
2006 Raymond van Barneveld vs Peter Manley BIC, Bournemouth
2010 Raymond van Barneveld vs Terry Jenkins AECC, Aberdeen
2010 Phil Taylor x2 vs James Wade Wembley Arena – final
2012 Phil Taylor vs Kevin Painter AECC, Aberdeen
2012 Simon Whitlock v. Andy Hamilton O2, London – semifinals
2016 Adrian Lewis v. James Wade SSE Arena, Belfast
2017 Adrian Lewis v. Raymond van Barneveld Echo Arena, Liverpool
2020 Michael Smith vs Daryl Gurney 3Arena, Dublin
2020 Peter Wright v. Daryl Gurney Marhsall Arena, Milton Keynes

Van Gerwen fires an ominous warning

Michael van Gerwen sent a message to the rest of the race with a sensational 7-3 win over runner-up Rob Cross in 2019.

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After a convincing win over Rob Cross, Michael van Gerwen believes “things are starting to change” in his game for the better

After a convincing win over Rob Cross, Michael van Gerwen believes “things are starting to change” in his game for the better

Van Gerwen beat Cross in all seven of their Premier League games, and the Voltage had just two legs in all five of their previous league clashes, and the opening on Wednesday night followed a similar pattern.

The pair traded retentions in the initial exchanges before Van Gerwen was followed by a 14-arrow throw interruption with a clinical combination of 110 to establish a two-legged buffer at 3-1.

The Dutchman cut an animated figure during the competition, but Cross offered some resistance, dropping great 11-bullets in the seventh week to reduce the deficit to 4-3.

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Michael van Gerwen beat Rob Cross 7-3 with this charge in the Premier League

Michael van Gerwen beat Rob Cross 7-3 with this charge in the Premier League

However, it was the catalyst for Van Gerwen’s relentless three-legged burst, which shot four highs in the back three legs to match the dominant screen with an average of 107.58.

World No. 2 shot consecutive 180s in the final section to threaten the top nine of this year’s event, but had to settle for a 12-meter dash as he posted the highest average of the competition to date.

Dimitri remains undefeated while Duzza fights

Dimitri Van den Bergh complicated Glen Durrant’s misery by inflicting a defeat on the champions ’white defender to move to the top of the Premier League table through a difference in legs.

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After beating Glen Durrant 7-0, Dimitri Van den Bergh said he was “hurt” that Durrant saw him in poor form.

After beating Glen Durrant 7-0, Dimitri Van den Bergh said he was “hurt” that Durrant saw him in poor form.

The Belgian followed the draw in the opening night against Michael van Gerwen bringing a comeback and stunned Nathan Aspinall, while Durrant entered the competition thanks to consecutive 7-3 defeats by Aspinall and Jonny Clayton.

The competition went along with the form as Van den Bergh punished Duzza’s lavish display to maintain his unbeaten start to the season, leaving the three-time BDO world champion without a point from his first three matches.

Durrant began to leave the tops vigorously after 12 arrows in the introductory leg, but suffered a nightmare on the outer ring; scattering 11 arrows twice to draw the first blood.

Teessider failed to recover and Van den Bergh neatly capitalized, turning clinical 82 and 129 finishes on the cushion on the road to record his 12th win in white in Premier League history.

Premier League Darts: Schedule of Night Four

Dimitri Van den Bergh vs Peter Wright
Jonny Clayton vs Rob Cross
Jose de Sousa vs Nathan Aspinall
James Wade vs Michael van Gerwen
Gary Anderson v. Glen Durrant

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The snake bite was too strong for the fickle Anderson

Peter Wright won his first campaign victory in the Premier League, inflicting his first weekly defeat on World Cup-winning teammate Gary Anderson.

Peter Wright defeats Gary Anderson in former world champion clash (Image: PDC / Lawrence Lustig)

Peter Wright defeats Gary Anderson in former world champion clash (Image: PDC / Lawrence Lustig)

The Snakebit, beaten by Michael van Gerwen on Tuesday after a draw with Jonny Clayton, scored his best performance of the week in an average of 100 and won 7-4 against Anderson – whose doubling cost him dearly.

The pair teamed up and won the first World Cup for Scotland two years ago, and Wright was the one to move the fastest, winning the first three games despite averaging just 89.

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Peter Wright hits an impressive 140 against Gary Anderson

Peter Wright hits an impressive 140 against Gary Anderson

Wrong Anderson shuffled the maximum 180s with a series of low visits, but finally got on the board to win the fourth leg and stop the rot – just for a posh 140 from Wright to re-establish his three-legged advantage.

The next six legs were split as Anderson never came closer than two legs, while Wright knocked down the clinical line with two 87 arrows and completed a 14-arrow leg and a first comeback in two points a year.

Aspinall returns in winning ways

Nathan Aspinall returned on Tuesday from a defeat by Dimitri Van den Bergh with a dazzling display to make a late call to James Wade still looking for his first win.

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Nathan Aspinall hit this 102 payout against James Wade

Nathan Aspinall hit this 102 payout against James Wade

After watching Aspinall produce a brilliant 11-arrow leg to open the competition, a leg that contained six perfect arrows, Wade responded with a great 90-checkout checkout on the bullseye to even out the high-class start.

Asp maintained the level to win the next two, including a first throw interruption that brought him 3-1 ahead thanks to a double 10. Two more legs followed as Aspinall closed in his second win in three days

Wade drew with Anderson to open the competition less than 12 hours after being called to replace Gerwyn Price, but has yet to reach the level he saw at the UK Open a few months ago.

He managed just three more legs, the third of which came over trademark 101 after Aspinall missed the first arrow of the match, but Asp was not to be denied as he took the deserved victory.

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