Defending champion Van den Bergh reaches World Matchplay Quarter-Finals with epic win over Chisnall
A thrilling 11-8 win over the St Helens ace saw a 103.7 average and a record breaking 14 maximums as he sets up a tantalising clash with Gerwyn Price.
It was a slow start between the pair but it was Chisnall who lead 2-1 with a 130 checkout.
But at the interval, Van den Bergh turned it around with back-to-back 180's and an 82 checkout to lead 3-2.
They continued with consecutive break of throws getting to nine with Van den Bergh hitting a 121 checkout to lead 5-4 before he finally held throw to make it 6-4 at the interval.
But again it flipped with Chisnall hitting 127 and 67 to lead for the first time at 7-6 before Van den Bergh again edged back in front with a 72 checkout in what proved to be a turning point at 8-7 up.
Chisnall produced back-to-back 180's but Van den Bergh made sure he didn't get a dart at a double with an 85 checkout and 'The Dreammaker' went one away from there.
A twist in the tale followed once more with three missed match darts from Van den Bergh who allowed Chisnall a break to make it 10-8 but the Belgian finally got over the line from there.