Anderson recalls his greatest game against Taylor in 2015 World Championship Final
In the continuation of a series with Sky Sports, Gary Anderson chose his 2015 World Championship final win against Phil Taylor as his greatest game.
In the final, he took a 3-1 lead; but the three subsequent sets all went to Taylor. Anderson claimed three sets a row himself to make it 6-4; but 'The Power' came back to force a deciding set against Taylor. This was eased through by The Flying Scotsman.
"A lot of the boys now that are coming through; they'll never ever get to play Phil Taylor on that stage," Anderson said. "He's won it sixteen times; if you are going to beat someone, it's got to be him just to put that big notch on your belt."
"It's great, that's what we all play darts for," he added. "Everyone who plays darts wants to make it to the Ally Pally and play the World Championship, just to play in it is a great job done. To win it, you can pat yourself on the back for that."