Joe Cullen claimed an excellent win against Glen Durrant on Day Two of the German Darts Grand Prix.
Cullen and Durrant were poised at 5-5 going into a deciding leg but it was the Bradford ace that struck the hammer blow.
He pinned a 130 checkout to claim the win and afterwards spoke about how the European Tour brings the best out of him and that he loves playing in Germany.
“The European Tour brings the best out of me every time, I love playing in Germany,” said Cullen.
“No matter how tough the draw is I play well in these events, and even though I was 4-1 down I noticed Glen was struggling to find the treble a bit which gave me confidence.
“To win it with that 130 at the end was pretty special and gives me extra belief going into tomorrow.”
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Author: Samuel Gill